Samples for WebSphere Application Server

This page contains links to several sets of samples that you can download and run on WebSphere Application Server. They include samples demonstrating an online store, CORBA interoperability, Web services invocation, and other WebSphere functions."

July 2012 (First published October 2006)

This page contains links to several sets of samples that you can download and run on WebSphere Application Server. They include samples demonstrating an online store, CORBA interoperability, Web services invocation, and other WebSphere functions.

Samples for WebSphere Application Server Version 8

WebSphere Application Server V8 samples are new and improved. Although you will continue to find key sample applications installed with the product, most samples are now available online and can be accessed from a new section in the WebSphere Application Server V8 Information Center. Sample code, documentation, and other resources reside online, under one roof, which increases availability and collaboration, while providing samples in a time-sensitive manner. For more information, see WebSphere Application Server V8.0 samples.

Samples for WebSphere Application Server Version 6.1

Console Module: These samples demonstrate how to develop applications that plug in to the WebSphere Application Server administrative console. They demonstrate how to create modules as standard portlets based on JSR 168, how to define navigation, layout, and security for the modules using the Portal Application Archive descriptors, and how to use APIs for launching pages, passing properties to other console modules, and launching Eclipse-based help. These samples require WebSphere Application Server Version 6.1.

CORBA Interoperability: These samples demonstrate the general principles by which WebSphere Application Server applications can interoperate with CORBA applications. They demonstrate typical uses of the CORBA and EJB programming models between WebSphere Application Server and other ORBs. These samples contain server-side and client-side code. Each set of sample code explores primitive data types, complex data types, and operations between a WebSphere ORB and another specific ORB. (A version of this sample runs under WebSphere Application Server Versions 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.1, 5.1.1, 6.0, 6.0.1, 6.0.2, and 6.1.)

UDDI Registry: The UDDI samples are simple applications that demonstrate how to programmatically access a UDDI Registry.

SampleScripts: These samples are scripts for WebSphere administration, automated deployment, configuration changes, and security configuration. They run under WebSphere versions 5, 6, or 6.1.

Web Service Resource Framework: This sample illustrates how to create WS-Resources using the appropriate WebSphere API and how to then exploit these resources as part of subsequent Web Service requests.

Sample virtual member manager custom adapter: WebSphere Application Server V6.1 incliudes a federated user repository. This federated repository makes it much simpler to use multiple repositories. The sample code demonstrates how to develop a virtual member manager custom adapter that can be used to manage users and groups in a federated repository.

Samples for WebSphere Application Server Version 6

CORBA Interoperability: These samples demonstrate the general principles by which WebSphere Application Server applications can interoperate with CORBA applications. They demonstrate typical uses of the CORBA and EJB programming models between WebSphere Application Server and other ORBs. These samples contain server-side and client-side code. Each set of sample code explores primitive data types, complex data types, and operations between a WebSphere ORB and another specific ORB. (A version of this sample runs under WebSphere Application Server Versions 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.1, 5.1.1, 6.0, 6.0.1, 6.0.2, and 6.1.)

UDDI Registry: The UDDI samples are simple applications that demonstrate how to programmatically access a UDDI Registry.

SampleScripts: These samples are scripts for WebSphere administration, automated deployment, configuration changes, and security configuration. They run under WebSphere versions 5, 6, or 6.1.

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