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hi all,
i have a few queries in websphere studio,at present i have studio installed in win nt,i want to install in aix.can anybody help me out in the following queries:
1.Can i install Studio in AIX,if yes where shall i get the details,i have tried in all www.ibm.com,no use.
2.Suppose i create a project in studio(win nt),will i be able to publish it in the appserver which is in AIX,tell me the website where we can find such details.
3.if the answer is yes for the prev question what wud be the publishing targets and all those stuffs,plz reply in detail.
4.if the development is done in the appserver(aix),what wud be the environment details for servlets,jsps,beans etc.
plz give me all the details u all know it is very urgent coz ive been asked to install appserver in aix,i just want to know whether i cud develop or install studio in aix.reply soon.
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I do not think there is a version of WebSphere studio for AIX. Check up the link here
This answers your first question. Regarding your other questions we have to wait what others have to say.
 
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