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How can I install METRO Framework in my WebSphere Application Server?

 
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I've been configurating and posting here each time I get into a trouble, now I need some help one more time. My problem is the following:

A webservice application (war file) developed using Metro Framework in a tomcat server and with mysql database.

Now I want to "migrate" this web solution to a Websphere Application Server instead of Tomcat, using DB2 instead of MySQL.

So the next step for me I think is to install METRO in WebSphere, but when I go to the webpage, they only have the installation guide for tomcat and glassfish. Then I googled for some information and there are people that could manage to deploy an application using METRO on WebSphere. That's why I want to know what steps should I follow to get my WebService working.

Or maybe... is there an internal framework or library in WebSphere that can cover Metro Functionalities?

Thanks in advance for your help and commentaries.

 
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Hi Marcelo,

Following article may get you started;

Enabling a third-party JAX-WS application in WebSphere Application Server V6.1

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This article demonstrates how to use an application EAR with Axis2, Apache CXF, or Metro embedded in it with WebSphere Application Server V7.

 
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Thank you so much for all the information you've provide me, it will be very useful.
 
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