• Subject: Re: WebSphere Standard 3.5
  • From: "Art Smet" <smet@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 17:49:49 -0600
  • Importance: Normal


To have multiple nodes show up on your admin console, you must use advanced
instead of standard edition.  Using advanced edition, the respective docs
cover how to configure multiple nodes.  On the AS/400, it is accomplished
by making proper updates to your admin.properties file.




tmalin@hannasteel.com@midrange.com on 01/31/2001 04:13:08 PM

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I am running WebSphere standard 3.5 on my W2K notebook. I created my own
node to test and configure WebSphere. I also have WebSphere running on the
AS/400 with an NT WebSphere console attached. I would like to keep my
configuration on my notebook and add a new node in addition to the node I
allready have set up. The new node would be my AS/400. I have read the
documentation, and there is no administrative task to accomplish this. I
simply want to have multiple nodes on one WebSphere console. Can this be
done. Thanks in advance .


Tom




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