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Re: TIP005



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In the on-line help in WDSC, is a section called 'Deploying an iSeries Web
Application'.  It will take you through the steps of getting your app. to
WebSphere.  There is no Tomcat documentation here. You will have to go to
the Tomcat documentation to find an equivalent deployment section.

Larry Schweyer
iSeries AD, IBM Toronto Lab
schweyer@xxxxxxxxxx
(905)413-4084 Tie-line: 969-4084




                                                                           
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I'm sorry; I know this will not be a helpful answer.

I have been using WDSc for several months for RPG-ILE editing, but am not
at all familiar with its WebSphere functionality.

We currently use the original HTTP server and net.data, making calls to RPG
procedures. We are starting to plan for a move to WebSphere and I could use
any tutorials available.

My immediate thought after completing TIP005-1&2: how would I move this
project from my local server onto a WebSphere or Tomcat server?

Thanks for your response.

Kyle Collie

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date: Fri, 14 May 2004 09:00:48 -0400
from: Larry Schweyer <schweyer@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] TIP005





There are more to come.

Is there anything in particular that you would like to see?

Larry Schweyer
iSeries AD, IBM Toronto Lab
schweyer@xxxxxxxxxx
(905)413-4084 Tie-line: 969-4084





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I was having the very same problem. I tried your suggestion to create a new
project with a different name and it worked great!

Anyone know of any similar tutorials?



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