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WebSphere Application Server V6 for OS/400: A Guide to Getting Started

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 08 June 2006

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ISBN-10: 0738497495
ISBN-13: 9780738497495
IBM Form #: SG24-6670-00

Authors: Aleksandr Nartovich, Monti Abrahams, Hiroshi Araki, Armando Bernal Jr. and Josh A. Majsterski

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    This IBM Redbooks publication helps you get started with IBM WebSphere Application Server V6 for the IBM eServer iSeries. Designed for new WebSphere users, this book presents the WebSphere architecture, administration, and maintenance topics in an easy-to-follow format. It answers many of the common questions that new users tend to have about starting to use WebSphere Application Server.

    By reading this book, you will be able to:

    • Install WebSphere Application Server on iSeries
    • Correctly apply the latest WebSphere fixes
    • Use the most typical WebSphere administrative and maintenance tasks

    While this book is written for new WebSphere users, some of the topics will be of interest to experienced users. Such topics include configuration of the Internet Information Services server and the WebSphere Application Server.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Exploring J2EE and WebSphere Application Server

    Chapter 2. Planning for WebSphere Application Server installation

    Chapter 3. Installing WebSphere Application Server

    Chapter 4. Getting started with WebSphere

    Chapter 5. Working with applications

    Chapter 6. Managing WebSphere resources

    Chapter 7. Working with the WebSphere Administrative Console

    Chapter 8. Performance tips

    Chapter 9. Troubleshooting

    Chapter 10. Backup and recovery

    Chapter 11. Maintenance

    Appendix A. Installing Workload Estimator

    Appendix B. Silent installation methods

    Appendix C. Downloading PTFs using Fix Central

    Appendix D. Configuring a remote HTTP server

    Appendix E. Configuring a remote Internet Information Services server


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