• Subject: Re: WebSphere Studio/Application Server/VA for Java
  • From: "Luther Ananda Miller" <luther.miller@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 08:36:26 +0100
  • Organization: HYPERe

We are using WebSphere 2.02 and VAJ Enterprise 2 (hoping to get 3 soon...
argh). We are developing both applets and JSP. Depending on what you are
doing, you may or may not need the AS/400 toolbox.

We are not using WebSphere studio yet, but we don't have a lot of JSP yet
either. When we start developing more pages with JSP will evaluate if we are
going to use Studio or not. The description sounds promising. In any case,
MS Frontpage actually destroys our JSP code so we cannot use frontpage to
edit the JSP files.

Luther

----- Original Message -----
From: Gibbons, Michael <bmis04@MARYWOOD1.MARYWOOD.EDU>
To: Java400-L (E-mail) <java400-L@midrange.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 21 March 2000 20:27
Subject: WebSphere Studio/Application Server/VA for Java


> Hello, is there any one out there that is using Websphere Studio 3.0,
Visual
> Age for Java
> 3.0 professional edition, and Websphere Application Server 2.02 to develop
> JSP pages and Servlets. If so I would love to hear from you. Any Pitfalls
> someone might know of would help.
> I am having a tough time getting started. Also I am not sure how the as400
> toolbox fits in
> to what I am trying to do. All the getting started info is geared toward
> java apps and not the internet. Any input would be greatly appreciated.


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