Aaron Bartell wrote:
I guess I would mean RBD (Rational Business Developer) though I don't know if that is the name of it still. I think RBD is just like RDi-SOA but without any IBM i specific stuff.
Correct. RBD is the EGL development kit, while RDi is the Rational replacement for ADTS (SEU and PDM). Together these make up RDi-SOA (literally - you install both products into the same workbench and you have an RDi-SOA workbench).

RBD is supported on a couple of specific versions of Red Hat and SUSE. It may work elsewhere, it's not certified for Windows XP Home and it works just fine there - it's just not supported. Go here for details:

http://www-01.ibm.com/software/awdtools/developer/business/sysreq/

Joe

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