Patrick,

If you require the additional functions in WSAD and would also like the
iSeries additions shipped in WSDc here is what you can do:

1.  First install WSAD.
2.  Install WDSc.
     a.  The install will detect that WSAD is installed and ask if you
would like the iSeries additions "plugged" into WSAD or
           if you would like to install WSSDa (the copy shipped with WDSc)
and add the iSeries additions to it instead.

Since you already have a copy of the Workbench installed you best option is
the first one (WSAD is a superset of WSSDa.)

All possible thanks to an truly integrated development environment!

Don Yantzi
WebSphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
IBM Toronto Lab
Phone: (905) 413-4476
IBM internal:  IBMCA(yantzi)  -  Internet: yantzi@ca.ibm.com



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Currently we are 'testing' IBM's WSAD product.
We know we need WDSCi for the additional iSeries components (WebFacing,
Code400, VARPG).
Question is, what is included in WSAD which is not in WDSCi?  (WDSCi is
based on WSSD)

I know that 'Analysis and performance profiling tools' are not included in
WDSCi but are not sure about other components (like EJB development,...)


thanks.



"   I don't have problems, only challenges...  "

Patrick Goovaerts
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