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creating a new workspace

 
Tony Smith
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How is this done? Now that WSAD starts, it doesn't give me the option of creating (or using) and alternate workspace.
 
Paul Clapham
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I'm using RAD 6.0 so it may be slightly different for you, but for me it's Window, Preferences, Workbench, Startup and Shutdown, Prompt for Workspace on Startup.
 
radha mannava
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Go to the properties>target for websphere (or wherever you exe from)
and add this

-setworkspace

to the end of your target. If you set this it will ask for new workspace.

-Anu
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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In WSAD, once you tell the IDE to not prompt you for a new workspace each time, that is gone forever.

I use "-data" at the end of my target to use a specific/new workspace.
 
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