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Re: WebSphere 4.0



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When using the development environment for WebSphere 4.0 you use WebSphere 
Application
Developer 4.0 (for the AS/400 there is a version called WebSphere Studio 
Client)...

It is best used on a PC (1.2 MHz Processor or above and 512 MB RAM minimum) 
running Windows
2000 Professional.

In addition to the tools above I use Macromedia Dreamweaver for more intricate 
layout of
web pages and Macromedia HomeSite for enhanced searches and replaces...

I also use Araxis Merge for excellent comparison of PC files and Directories, 
and XML Spy
for excellent XML/XSL/DTD tools...

You can put IBM UDB DB2 on the PC and do all your development there, or if you 
are using
the IBM supplied Java classes for AS/400 access you can access a set of test 
files.
Ideally, you will create a Collection (using SQL) on the AS/400 and Create 
Tables as well.
You can then access the new files using either full fledged SQL as well as RPG.

Kristen Henry
President, KH Computing Inc.
President, Central Rockies WebSphere Users Group
Past-President, Front Range IBM Users Group




"Richards, Etienne (CAP, PTL)" wrote:

> All,
>
> Can people that use WebSphere 4.0 please tell me what environment they use
> to develop applications for WebSphere 4.0?
>
> Etienne







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