Mike as others have said, it depends how the vendors app is configured.

Running on seperate websphere instances is certainly the cleanest way to do
it, less chance of accidentally knocking out the production systems!


On 13/02/06, Dave Odom <Dave.Odom@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Of course making sure you have the "horsepower" on your PC to run more
> than one, you can run two copies (Production and Test) in the same
> server IF your vendor or you have created the application in such a way
> as the two don't "bump heads" going after the same resources and each
> wants it exclusively and the like.
>
> Also, you can put more than one different application on the same PC as
> long as the two aren't created in such a way they won't play well
> together.   One example of them not playing well together is each
> wanting to use a different version of Java and neither can tolerate the
> other version.
>
> Dave
> Arizona.
>
> >>> koldark@xxxxxxxxx 2/13/2006 10:03:10 >>>
> My vendor recommends running a seperate webserver and application for
> our
> live and test systems. If possible, I would like to at least run only
> one
> web server if not one application server as well. Is this possible? Or
> is it
> best to run seperate web servers and application servers?
>
> --
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> binary, and
> those who don't." -Unknown
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