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JDK and J2sdkee required when i have websphere?

 
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Hi all...
I have downloaded webshphere 5.0 from the IBM site.Looks like it has all the required exe files that are present in jdk\bin and also the required EJB related files.So do i have to download jdk and j2sdk enterprise edition(j2sdkee) seperately in addition to Websphere or the websphere server has all the items requried, in it?
Let me know because,i have to set the classpath for websphere so that i can test some applications.
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Radha.
 
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No you don't need to install anything seperately, provided you checked the option (such as install jdk), while installing the websphere.
 
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The best option is to use the JDK that IBM provides with Websphere. In that case, you do not need any external JDK. It comes with websphere. However, If you wish to use another JDK, then you will need to download the appropriate files.
 
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