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Hello Everyone,
I am planning to do some certifications for IBM websphere. THe issue being that the download of IBM websphere is available only for a 60 day trial period.
I am sure I will take more time to learn about it. How do I go about it.
Thanks ,
Delve.
 
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Hi,
I've been told that Websphere Studio v5.0 is practically the same as eclipse, so try downloading eclipse (its free).
Ray
SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCEA (part 1), IBM-484
 
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Somewhere I read when I downloaded it, the trick to get another 60 days after the first 60 days goes by. My first sixty days is sure to end soon. If you find the trick, please let me know.
 
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The trick is date that you use it,you can correct date when 60 days...
 
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Are you sure it is that simple? Have you tried doing that? Does it work?
Need help asap.
- Delve.
 
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Hi,
When developing using WSAD, developing and deploying applications to Websphere is an inbuilt functionality. If we use Eclipse, can we get these features. Are these features also built in to Eclipse?
 
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What I did was.
I used it for 60 days and then Uninstall it completly.
clean register Windows, clean all traces in linux.
and reinstall it.
Please do not do this if you're a business (Pay for it)
but for a student or developer learning..
AKA
Making not profit for websphere...
you're OK doing this.
Hope this helps.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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