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The new IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) v6.0 software introduces the concept of Server Profiles. Profiles can be thought of as a specific server runtime environment operating within a separate instance of the JVM. Each runtime environment has its own configuration files, logs, properties, and other attributes. Profiles can make each Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application server runtime unique and separate from the server binaries and from other profiles. The separation of static binaries from configuration files provides a number of benefits for system administrators. The WAS v6.0 profiles are similar to the wsinstance tool provided with WAS v5.x, but with some important differences. The wsinstance tool creates configuration files for separate JVM instances, but shares other information across instances of WAS v5.x. In contrast, profiles draw a sharp degr... (more)

Getting your arms around the Web 2.0 Feature Pack

To help customers develop Ajax style architectures, we released the WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0. The latest update is 1.0.0.1 which was released in September. If your trying to get your arms around this technology. Here is a great list of items that will be helpful: The Web 2.0 Feature Pack is supported on WebSphere Application Server version 7.0, 6.0.2, 6.1 and WebSphere Community Edition 2.x The name says it all: IBM RedBook "Building Dynamic Ajax Applications Using WebSphere Feature Pack for Web 2.0" A number of good overview articles:   A look at the ... (more)

Dealing with XHR failures

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Ajax Proxy for Web 2.0 Feature pack - quick look

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Ajax Proxy for Web 2.0 Feature pack - quick look

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