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steps for deploying J2EE application in WebSphere AS V6.1

 
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Hi,

Our J2EE application is running on WebSphere Server v5.1.
Application contains both WEB and EJB modules.

What are neccessary steps to follow for deploying already
running J2EE application from v5.1 to v6.1 ??

Thanks,
-Anil.
 
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In my experience, WebSphere 5.1 applications port quite easily to 6.1. Naturally, it depends on how complex your applications are and which features they use. I'd suggest you take a look at the Migration guide.
 
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Hi,

I saw the Migration Wizard book. It's very helpful to me. But my current version of WAS 5.1 is running on Linux. I want to put WAS V6.1 on Windows.
Is this possible through Migration wizard ?? Bcoz we have to give the path of existing server home directory while doing the Migration Process.

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Anil,
I think you would be best off re-deploying the ear to your Windows server. (assuming you are on J2EE 1.3)

You need to update the classpath for Windows if you have any hard coded references. Other that that, J2EE is pretty OS independent.
 
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