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No GUI admin console in 4.0 ?

 
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This may sound odd, but as I (and several other developers here) have installed WebSphere 4.0 we seem not to have an adminclient.bat file in our WebSphere/Appserver/Bin directory. The only admin console we can find is the one you get via a browser by clicking:
Start/Programs/IBM WebSphere/Application Server V4.0 AES/First Steps
Or
Start/Programs/IBM WebSphere/Application Server V4.0 AES/Administrator's Console
Both of which bring up the browser version.
And yet, some documentation we have for a vendor product shows a GUI application admin console (as we were use to under 3.5)
Does anyone have any idea where the 4.0 Java Application Admin Console may have disappeared to?
 
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AEs doesn't have GUI console. AEs -> Advanced Edition for Single Server.
AE has GUI/Swing based console. AE -> Advanced Edition.
WAS5.0 admin console will be browser based, no more slow Swing!
 
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Swing is NOT SLOW!
OK, It's the Single server version. That's good to know. Thank you for the info, that clears up our confusion.
 
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