i would need to configure in my RBD WebSpereApplication Server , so before i need to dowload and install it; can someone tell me:
1- where i can dowload it
2- how i can install
3- how i can configure it in my RBD
Thanks in advance
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Updated on 2013-02-11T20:59:00Z at 2013-02-11T20:59:00Z by markevans
Re: Install WebSphere Application Server V82013-02-07T22:44:44Z in response to SystemAdminHi,
You don't say which version of RBD you are using.
WAS V8.0/8.5 were not supported until RBD V8.5 which was shipped in June, 2012.
WAS V8.0/8.5 were included as optional install images with RBD V8.5. So you should be able to download from your Passport Advantage site (same as where you download RBD).
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Re: Install WebSphere Application Server V82013-02-07T23:01:21Z in response to markevansHi
i have IBM® Rational® Business Developer 188.8.131.52, so which WAS version can i use ?
i have downloaded RBD not from passport advantage but from trial page download ; so from where can i download (if there is other place than passport advantage) and how can install and configure inmy RBD ??
last question it needs od licence code ?
Thanks in advance
Re: Install WebSphere Application Server V82013-02-11T20:49:52Z in response to SystemAdminHi,
RBD V8012 works with WAS V61 or V7.
That said, I don't think there is any place to download WAS (from RBD or WAS sites) unless you purchase the product. I am downloading the trial now and will look also..
I think the best approach would be to use Tomcat since it is open source and it works with EGL. This can also be used to interact with RPG like you can with WAS.
Re: Install WebSphere Application Server V82013-02-11T20:59:00Z in response to markevansActually I stand corrected assuming it works for you.
I found a WAS trial download site as well.
You might still want to use Tomcat while you are learning. Sometimes it is easier to get started with and that is what the distance learning materials.