• Subject: Re: WebSPhere installed, but no QEJB
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhuis@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 19:04:34 -0500
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc


  Sounds like you have WSS 3.0.2 rather than 3.5 . You don't get QEJB
until you hit 3.5 (the 5733 products) but it IS part of standard edition
not just Advanced.

  - Larry

Joe Pluta wrote:
> I have a client who has WebSphere Application Server (5769AS1) installed on
> a V4R4 machine, and all the group PTFs, but there is no QEJB library.  This
> doesn't make any sense, since WAS3.0 requires the QEJB library in order to
> run the adminclient.
> Now, the only difference between this setup and the ones I am used to is the
> fact that this client does NOT have WebSphere Advanced Edition installed
> (5733WA3).  It gets a little confusing here, because AE is required for EJB
> support, but we don't need EJB support, we need the adminclient.  But, as I
> pointed out, the adminclient requires the library QEJB.
> Is this an unfortunate naming convention?  Or does QEJB only come with the
> advanced edition, thereby making it required in order to run WAS3.0 of ANY
> edition?
> I am soooo confused.
> Joe
Larry Bolhuis
Arbor Solutions, Inc.
(616) 451-2500
(616) 451-2571 -fax
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