I developed a web service using WAS6.0 and installed and running on i5 system without any issues. Tomcat is not supported anymore from V6R1. We also have web services running on dedicated windows OS and 'remotely' accessing the i5 for data. Both are working fine without any issues.
I don't know about BIRT

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I'm attempting to put together a web app which includes an instance of the BIRT viewer. The Java application pieces perform well, however, I've noticed a severe CPU hit when a BIRT viewer report is requested. It doesn't seem to occur when I run the app from my development PC. Is there any compelling reason to host Tomcat on the i? Is Java simply more efficient when hosted on a dedicated server running another OS and accessing the i "remotely" from the local network? Tuning on the i is not optimal. However, I'm reluctant to take on that responsibility without a good reason. Perhaps I should request a VM to host the BIRT viewer application? Any opinions gratefully accepted.

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