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IBM AST - does it include WAS?

 
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I just downloaded and installed the 30-day trial of IBM's Application Server Toolkit v6.1.1. I am used to RAD and RSA, which includes Websphere Application Server. I can't seem to find where WAS is installed, if it is at all...AST has a server runtime for WAS 6.1, and there is a server tab in the J2EE perspective, but it keeps asking for the installation directory for WAS and I can't seem to find it. So does AST include WAS, or not?

Do I need to download and install a trial version of WAS?

Thanks in advance!
 
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