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VenkataSundar-M
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Pinned topic Eclipse Server adapter for WAS 8 for Developer

‏2011-09-20T15:19:21Z |
Hi,

I have configured a WAS 8 for Developer in a virtual machine in linux.
I am looking for the WAS 8 server adapter to use with Eclipse Indigo (Linux).
Please can anyone tell me where I can find one ?
I am using Ubuntu 11.04 64bit on my laptop.

Thank you in advance

Venkata Sundar M.
Updated on 2011-11-30T23:10:20Z at 2011-11-30T23:10:20Z by Scott Johnston
  • Scott Johnston
    Scott Johnston
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    Re: Eclipse Server adapter for WAS 8 for Developer

    ‏2011-10-24T16:19:20Z  in response to VenkataSundar-M
    Earlier this month, IBM WebSphere announced a new set of "WebSphere Application Server - Tools Edition" offerings that provide the requested tooling. The following link goes to the official announcement where you can read about the details.

    http://www.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?subtype=ca&infotype=an&appname=iSource&supplier=877&letternum=ENUSZP11-0528

    The key information as it related to this thread is:
    "The IBM WebSphere Application Server for Developers - Tools Edition for Eclipse provides users with a free, lightweight desktop development environment to build applications for WebSphere Application Server (V7.0 or V8.0). This bundle includes IBM WebSphere Application Server for Developers and introduces WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse, which is a subset of Rational Application Developer plugins that can easily be installed on top of your existing Eclipse environment, and provides the adapters you need to quickly deploy to a WebSphere Application Server environment. The bundle is offered as a no-charge download with an optionally purchased support package."

    The announcement letter also states that electronic availability is planned for November 18, 2011. Search the IBM or developerWorks website on or after that date should reveal where and how to obtain this new offering. Otherwise, check the featured WebSphere downloads page: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/downloads/

    Another recent similar announcement is the launch of: http://www.wasdev.net
    If you want to get your hands on the tools right away, you can get IBM WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse v8.5 Alpha, which is a set of tools for developing, assembling, and deploying Java EE applications for WebSphere Application Server v7 and v8, and the new WebSphere Application Server v8.5 Alpha Liberty Profile. Complete instructions for downloading and installing are provided on the download page.

    Regards,
    Scott Johnston
    WebSphere Application Server
    Install & Configuration User Experience Lead
    • Scott Johnston
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      Re: Eclipse Server adapter for WAS 8 for Developer

      ‏2011-11-30T23:10:20Z  in response to Scott Johnston
      The Development Tools for WebSphere Application Server v7 and v8 are freely available for download.

      The tools are available for download through the Eclipse Marketplace. The tools are for use with Eclipse IDE v3.6.2 (Helios) which is available from Eclipse.org. After downloading and installing Eclipse, go under the Help menu and start the Eclipse Marketplace. Next, search with the keyword "WebSphere" and the Development Tools should be at the top of the results.

      For detailed step-by-step instructions about obtaining and installing these development tools, consult the Information Center for WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/beta/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.websphere.w4d.nd.multiplatform.doc%2Ftopics%2FwdtV85_overview.html

      If you are using Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo), then the Information Center article above also describes an 'alpha' release known as Liberty that might be something you could use.

      Also be sure to visit the WAS Tools Editions landing page: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/was/tools/
      And the WAS Development Tools website: http://www.wasdev.com
      Regards,
      Scott Johnston
      WebSphere Application Server
      Install & Configuration User Experience Lead