WebSphere Application Server: Step by Step -- Chapter 23

Rama Turaga, Owen Cline, and Peter Van Sickel

As a registered member of Search400.com, you're entitled to a complimentary copy of Chapter 23 of "WebSphere Application Server: Step by Step", written by Rama Turaga, Owen Cline, and Peter Van Sickel and published by MC Press. This chapter, " J2EE Packaging, IBM Enhanced EARs, and the Application Server Tool (AST) Kit," will help to understand the many aspects of WebSphere Application Server (WAS).

WebSphere Application Server: Step by Step

Book description:

WebSphere Application Server (WAS) is complex and multifaceted middleware used by huge enterprises as well as small businesses. In "WebSphere Application Server: Step by Step," the authors do an excellent job of covering the many aspects of the software. While other books merely cover installation and configuration, this book goes beyond that to cover the critical verification and management process to ensure a successful installation and implementation. It also addresses all of the different packages—from Express to Network—so that no matter what size your company is, you will be able to successfully implement WAS V6.

To demonstrate the steps involved in setting up a complete WAS installation, this book walks you through the configuration process for a highly available, workload-managed (HA/WLM), clustered environment built using the WAS V6 Network Deployment package.

With "WebSphere Application Server: Step by Step," you will:

  • Learn how to install, configure, verify, and manage the various components of WebSphere Application Server

  • Discover the differences between—and how to implement—the Express, Base, and Network deployment packages

  • Explore advance concepts such as security, deployment issues, and management of the WebSphere Application Server environment

    >> Read "Chapter 23: J2EE Packaging, IBM Enhanced EARs, and the Application Server Tool (AST) Kit" now.

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    This was first published in May 2006

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