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Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Migrating Applications from WebLogic, JBoss and Tomcat to WebSphere V6
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2005
©2005
Descript 1 online resource (354 pages)
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Note Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Our objective -- 1.2 Scope of this book -- 1.3 Applications covered in this book -- 1.4 What is not covered in this book -- 1.5 How to use this book -- Chapter 2. WebSphere overview -- 2.1 About WebSphere -- 2.2 WebSphere Application Server -- 2.2.1 WebSphere Application Server V6 - Express -- 2.2.2 WebSphere Application Server V6 - Base -- 2.2.3 WebSphere Application Server V6 - Network Deployment -- 2.2.4 WebSphere Extended Deployment -- 2.2.5 Supported platforms and software -- 2.3 Development and deployment tools -- 2.3.1 Rational Application Developer V6 -- 2.3.2 Rational Web Developer V6 -- 2.3.3 Application Server Toolkit (ASTk) -- 2.3.4 WebSphere Rapid Deployment -- 2.4 Performance and analysis tools -- 2.4.1 Memory analysis -- 2.4.2 Thread analysis -- 2.4.3 Execution time analysis -- 2.4.4 Code coverage -- 2.4.5 Probe kit -- Chapter 3. Migration strategy and planning -- 3.1 Migration strategy considerations -- 3.1.1 Getting help -- 3.1.2 Migrating the different environments -- 3.1.3 Strategies to handle migration complexity -- 3.2 Application servers interoperability -- 3.3 Migration planning activities -- 3.3.1 Gathering concerned parties together -- 3.3.2 Evaluating current assets -- 3.3.3 Assessing the high-level application architecture -- 3.3.4 Reviewing and validating the application code -- 3.3.5 Reviewing the development environment -- 3.3.6 Reviewing the runtime environment -- 3.3.7 Reviewing the current build and deployment processes -- 3.3.8 Assessing current skills -- 3.3.9 Reviewing time constraints -- 3.3.10 Creatng a detailed migration plan -- 3.4 Migration alternatives -- 3.4.1 Alternative 1: Keeping the existing development environment
3.4.2 Alternative 2: Migrating XDoclet tags to WRD -- 3.4.3 Alternative 3: Using XDoclet support for WebSphere -- 3.4.4 Alternative 4: Developing using Rational Application Developer V6 -- 3.5 Migrating the site -- 3.5.1 Switchover migration -- 3.5.2 Coexistence migration -- 3.5.3 Offline migration -- 3.5.4 Database migration -- 3.6 Testing the migrated site -- 3.7 Going live -- 3.8 Naming conventions -- Chapter 4. Installation and configuration -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Hardware and software installed -- 4.3 Rational Application Developer V6 -- 4.3.1 Installing the interim fix -- 4.3.2 Testing the application server -- 4.4 WebSphere Application Server V6 -- 4.4.1 Installing the latest fixpack -- 4.4.2 WebSphere profiles -- 4.4.3 Creating new WebSphere profiles -- 4.5 WebSphere Administrative Console -- 4.5.1 Managing the application servers -- 4.5.2 Universal Test Client -- 4.6 Administrative scripting -- 4.6.1 Examples -- 4.7 DB2 Universal Database V8.2 -- 4.8 Installation directories -- Chapter 5. Common migration issues -- 5.1 J2EE application server compability -- 5.1.1 Differences in J2EE implementations -- 5.1.2 Using vendor-specific features -- 5.1.3 Class loader related problems -- 5.1.4 Deployment descriptors -- 5.2 Application portability -- 5.2.1 Application packaging -- 5.2.2 Use of native code -- 5.2.3 Database-related issues -- 5.2.4 JMS -- 5.2.5 JNDI -- 5.2.6 J2EE application clients -- 5.3 J2EE 1.3 to 1.4 migration considerations -- 5.3.1 Enterprise Java Beans -- 5.3.2 Java Server Pages -- 5.3.3 Servlets -- Chapter 6. Migrating from BEA WebLogic -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Prerequisites and assumptions -- 6.3 BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 installation -- 6.4 Trade for BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 migration -- 6.4.1 Migration approach -- 6.4.2 Configuring the initial environment -- 6.4.3 Migrating the sample application -- 6.4.4 Summary
6.5 xPetstore EJB migration -- 6.5.1 Migration approach -- 6.5.2 Configuring the initial environment -- 6.5.3 Migrating the sample application -- 6.5.4 Summary -- Chapter 7. Migrating from JBoss -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Prerequisites and assumptions -- 7.3 Software installation -- 7.3.1 JBoss -- 7.3.2 Apache Ant -- 7.4 xPetstore EJB migration using Alternative 2 -- 7.4.1 Migration approach -- 7.4.2 Configuring the initial environment -- 7.4.3 Migrating the application -- 7.5 xPetstore EJB migration using Alternative 3 -- 7.5.1 Migration approach -- 7.5.2 Configuring the initial environment -- 7.5.3 Migrating the xPetstore EJB application -- Chapter 8. Migrating from Tomcat -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Prerequisites and assumptions -- 8.3 Software installation -- 8.3.1 Apache Tomcat -- 8.3.2 Apache Maven -- 8.3.3 Apache Ant -- 8.3.4 hMailServer -- 8.4 ivata groupware migration -- 8.4.1 Migration approach -- 8.4.2 Configuring the source environment -- 8.4.3 Migrating the ivata groupware application -- 8.5 xPetstore Servlet migration -- 8.5.1 Migration approach -- 8.5.2 Configuring the source environment -- 8.5.3 Migrating the xPetstore Servlet application -- Appendix A. Development tips for portable applications -- End-to-end life cycle -- Software development life cycle key concepts -- The Rational Unified Process -- General development best practices -- Iterative development -- Requirements definition -- Object Oriented (OO) approach to design and programming -- Modeling languages -- Regular reviews and check points -- Java development best practices -- Code documentation -- Unit testing -- Automation -- Enterprise Java development best practices -- Modularization -- Follow the standards -- Design patterns -- J2EE best practices -- Appendix B. Additional material -- Locating the Web material -- Using the Web material
System requirements for downloading the Web material -- How to use the Web material -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Online resources -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- Help from IBM -- Index -- Back cover
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Redbooks, IBM Migrating Applications from WebLogic, JBoss and Tomcat to WebSphere V6 Durham : I B M,c2005 9780738493824
Subject WebSphere.;Electronic commerce -- Computer programs.;Electronic commerce -- Security measures.;Software patterns
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