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Moving The WAS Database

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Does anyone know of a simple way to move the WAS database from one server to another??? Is there a simple way to do this??? I initially installed WebSphere Application Server and the WAS database on the same server I know want to move this database to a seperate remote server. Any help would be much appreciated in advance.
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I havne't done it this way. But, what you could probably try is to export the configuration of the first machine into an XML file, and import that XML file into the second machine, with some minor changes to machine specific data. We have three Websphere boxes all running the same application. We have one template XML file that we change, depending on what box we are working on, and import the resultant XML file to the specific box. (You can use XMLConfig.sh to import and export the configuration from/into an XML file). I am sure WebSphere on Windows has its equivalent of XMLConfig.sh.
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