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1 Private (On-Site) Classes and Related Technical Books To discuss your training needs or request an on-site class call us at: or visit our web site at MVS Training, Inc. Own our helpful series of Related Technical Book Publications NEW WebSphere Class Offerings Version 4.0 Private (On-Site) Introduction to Java WebSphere Studio App Developer 5 Days WebSphere Studio Application Developer Migration 3 Days Server Side Development WebSphere Studio Application Developer 5 Days XML Development WebSphere Studio Application Developer 3 Days EJB Workshop WebSphere Studio Application Developer 3 Days 2002 Public JCL Classes May 6-10 Costa Mesa, CA Aug 5-9 McLean, VA Nov 4-8 Waltham, MA Call us to participate: for more information visit our web site: MVS Training, Inc. WebSphere Suite Overview Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 1 of 1.

2 Section I. WebSphere Suite Overview Unit Description In this unit, the student will have the opportunity to understand the underlying characteristics of IBM s WebSphere Suite of products. Included in this section are discussions of: HTTP server, WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Studio, WebSphere Studio Application Developer and database connections. The instructor-led lecture is supplemented with an instructor directed installation and configuration of the WebSphere suite of products. Unit Objectives After successfully completing this section, you should be able to: Understand the role of IBM s WebSphere Studio suite of products Install the products required to support the WebSphere product Discuss the inter-relationships of the different products within the WebSphere suite of tools Understand the role of the Application Server Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 2 of 2.

3 Section I: WebSphere Suite Overview Product Overview Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 3 of 3.

4 Multi-Tiered Environment In a Multi-Tier model, the presentation, business logic, and data components are located in different physical layers. Client Presentation Layer Presentation Layer Tier boundary Billing Component Purchasing Component Pricing Component Controller Layer Database Drivers Tier boundary Data Layer Database Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 4 of 4.

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6 J2EE Server Model Client Container Java App Web Container Servlet EJB Container Servlet Java Applet JSP JSP J2EE Server Core Client-Side Presentation J2EE Server Core Server-Side Presentation J2EE Server Core Server-Side Business Logic The J2EE specification defines a packaging structure that maps naturally to the multi-tiered architecture of the Model-View-Controller (MVC). Each segment of the J2EE application is packaged into separate containers. According to the J2EE architecture servlets and JSPs and Java thick client applications also will have containers (not strictly limited to just enterprise beans). The containers and the code contained within them can take advantage of a wide array of standard J2EE functions and APIs that are only available in a J2EE platform (WebSphere Application Server v4.0) Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 6 of 6.

7 WebSphere Product Overview LDAP SecureWay Directory Send.EAR Browser HTTP Server WebSphere Application Server.JAR.WAR HTML & JSP WSAD Product Suite J2EE Modules Import J2SE Export VisualAge for Java The suite of WebSphere tools is comprised of the following tools: IBM HTTP Server, WebSphere Application Server, SecureWay Directory, VisualAge for Java, and WebSphere Studio Application Developer. Each of these products must be installed and configured during the WebSphere installation phase. The role of the application server is to extend the web server s functions by providing support for stateful servlets, JavaServer Pages, and enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs). The Java development suite is split between VisualAge for Java (J2SE) and WebSphere Studio Application Developer (J2EE support). Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 7 of 7.

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9 WebSphere v4.0 Enhancements Open Standards (J2EE 1.2) WebSphere s commitment to open standard strategy materialized into full J2EE 1.2 compliance and official certification was achieved in Additionally, a number of functions from 1.3 were incorporated. Web Services In this version clients can develop Web Services applications or turn existing applications into web services that define an application as a collection of network accessible services via XML. JMS/XA Integration This feature enables distributed transactions or messages to be inserted into an MQSeries queue. Java 2 Connectors This version supports access to back-end legacy applications through the utilization of Java 2 Connectors (J2C). Connectivity to these processes is a significant cornerstone for this tool. Performance This release includes significant enhancements to the workload management facility, JDK improvements and a new set of performance and monitoring tools. All of these are designed to increase the overall throughput of WebSphere. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 9 of 9.

10 Defining WebSphere Studio Suite WebSphere Studio Enterprise Developer WebSphere Studio Workbench Application Developer Site Developer Homepage Builder The above illustration denotes the IBM WebSphere Studio family of tools. Each of these tools is based on the WebSphere Studio Workbench user interface by Eclipse. Each of the different components is directed towards a specific type of web developer. WebSphere Studio Site Developer and Application Developer are easy-to-use tool sets that minimize the time and effort required to create, manage, and debug multi-platform Web sites. They are designed to the J2EE specifications and delivers integrated support for open Web standards, including Java, JSP, servlets, XML, full HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, rich media and Web services tools Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 10 of 10.

11 WebSphere Studio Suite HomePage Builder This product is targeted to individual Web site developers for either home or office use. It delivers an easy-to-use set of tools for developing sites with rich media content including animation, audio and video. Site Developer This product provides the industry's broadest support for emerging Web services. It includes the ability to publish to, and browse UDDI repositories, and supports Web services for Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs). The tool is for professional developers of Web applications and sites, and delivers integrated support for open Web standards including Java, JSP, XML, rich media and Web services tools. Application Developer Provides the industry's first IDE toolset to integrate Java and Web development tools in a single environment. It is designed for use by developers of Java and J2EE applications who require integrated Web, JSP, XML and Web services support. Enterprise Developer This product will support visual modeling and composition of applications and the building of sophisticated Java and Web adapters, in addition to standard programming tools. It is for developers and integrators of Web services and advanced Java applications that extend beyond J2EE. (available in 2002). Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 11 of 11.

12 WebSphere Studio Family Application Developer Future Product Site Developer Web services wizard JSP and servlets Team environment XML tools DB wizards Java IDE Web page wizards Performance analysis tools EJB creation & deployment Web services wizard JSP and servlets Team environment XML tools DB wizards Java IDE Web page wizards Enterprise Product IBM WebSphere Studio Workbench The Site Developer and Application Developer are the first IBM products to incorporate the WebSphere Studio Workbench concept. These products are part of a planned set of integrated development IDE tools that will cross all e- business development roles from web development to J2EE Java developers to architects and enterprise programmers. Over time additional products will be added to the Workbench suite with the first addition being the Enterprise version due in early Some will offer Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 12 of 12.

13 additional functionality (like the Enterprise version), while others will offer fewer options. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 13 of 13.

14 Web Development: Support for latest Web technology with intuitive user interface Advanced scripting support to create client-side dynamic applications with Visual Basic or JavaScript WebArt Designer to create graphic titles, logos, buttons, and photo frames with professional-looking touches Animated if Designer to create life-like animation from still pictures, graphics, and animated banners Over 2,000 images and sounds in a built-in library Integrated easy-to-use visual layout tool for JSP and HTML file creation and editing Web project creation, using the J2EE-defined hierarchy Creation and editing of a Web application deployment descriptor (web.xml) file Automatic update of links A wizard for creating servlets Generation of Web applications from database queries and beans J2EE WAR/EAR deployment support Integration with the WebSphere unit test environment This professional Web development environment provides the tools necessary to develop applications as defined in the Java Servlet specification. Web applications include static Web pages with HTML, JSP, and servlets, an XML deployment descriptor, and other Web resources. It will bring all aspects of Web application development into a common interface. Everyone on your Web site team can work on the same projects and access the files they need. Within the integrated Web development Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 14 of 14.

15 environment, it is easy to collaboratively create, assemble, publish, deploy, and maintain dynamic, interactive Web applications. XML Development Create, view, and validate DTDs, XML schemas, and XML files. Create XML documents from a DTD, from an XML schema, or from scratch. Generate Java beans from a DTD or XML schema. Define mappings between XML documents and generate XSLT scripts that transform documents. Create an HTML or XML document by applying an XSL stylesheet against an XML document. Map XML files to create an XSL transformation script and to visually step through the XSL file. Define mappings between relational tables and DTD files Define mappings between SQL statements and DTD files, to generate a document access definition (DAD) used by IBM DB2 XML Extender Compose XML from existing DB2 data or decompose XML documents into DB2 data. Generate DADX, XML, and related artifacts from SQL statements and use these files to implement your query in other applications. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 15 of 15.

16 The comprehensive XML toolset, which is included in both the Site Developer and Application Developer products, includes components for building DTDs, XML schemas, and XML files. With the XML tools Web Services Development Discover Browse the UDDI business registry to locate existing Web services for integration. Create or transform Create Web services from existing artifacts, such as Java beans, URLs that take and return data, DB2 XML Extender calls, DB2 stored procedures, and SQL queries. Build Wrap existing artifacts like SOAP and HTTP GET/POST services and describe them in WSDL. The tools also assist in generating SOAP and HTTP GET/POST proxies to Web services described in WSDL and in generating JavaBean skeletons from WSDL. Deploy Deploy the Web service into the WebSphere Application Server or Tomcat test environments. Test Test Web services running locally or remotely in order to get instant feedback on request for service Develop Generate sample applications to assist you in creating your own Web service client application. Publish Publish your Web services to the UDDI business registry, advertising your Web services so that other businesses can access them. Web services represent the next level of function and efficiency in e-business application model. These services are modular, standards-based e-business Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 16 of 16.

17 applications that businesses can dynamically mix and match in order to perform complex transactions with minimal programming. The WebSphere Studio products that include the Web services feature help you to build and deploy Web services-enabled applications across the broadest range of software and hardware platforms used by today's businesses. Java Development JDK 1.3 support Pluggable run-time support for JRE switching and targeting multiple run-time environments from IBM and other vendors Incremental compilation Ability to run code with compilation errors in methods Crash protection and auto-recovery Error reporting and correction Java text editor with full syntax highlighting and complete content assistance Refactoring tools for reorganizing Java application components Intelligent search, compare, and merge tools for Java source files Scrapbook for evaluating code snippets All products built on WebSphere Studio Workbench model provide a professional-grade Java development environment with the above mentioned Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 17 of 17.

18 capabilities. The future released versions of the Enterprise variant of the WebSphere toolset will also support these capabilities. End-to-End Application Development Create a Web project Develop servlets. JavaBeans and JSPS Customize DB query using data tools WSAD combines the features of VAJ and Studio to allow complete end-to-end web application development Customize servlets and JSPS Develop HTML using web toolset Test and debug web application Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 18 of 18.

19 Distribute the.war file Illustrating an HTTP Server Transmits HTML documents back to a clients web browser HTTP Request HTTP Server Clients HTML Documents When a web server is started, it defines a set of port numbers where it will be accepting connections (the default is port 80). The set of ports is defined in the servers configuration file (for IBM HTTP server it is httpd.conf). When a connection is sent to this port address, the operating system will route the request to the Web server. As long as the request is based upon the HTTP protocol, then the server will be able to service the request. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 19 of 19.

20 The openness of the Web server is a liability when security is a concern, thus the capability to configure a secure server is available. Most web servers can be configured using Secure Socket Layers (SSL). The definition of a secure server requires the generation of encrypted keys that will be utilized for encrypting each session. The IBM HTTP server utilizes the IKEYMAN utility for this purpose. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 20 of 20.

21 HTTP Server and Application Server The role of an Application Server is to extend the functionality of Web servers to J2EE HTTP Server Servlets and JSPs WebSphere Application Server HTTP based upon request/response paradigm The IBM HTTP Server is powered by Apache and is based upon the Apache HTTP Server and will run on AIX, Solaris, Windows NT, and Linux. Although the IBM HTTP Server does utilize the Apache Server, it has been enhanced. The Server utilizes Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) as a stateless protocol for send/receive of data; each request/response is independent and contains no historical information. Any request for stateful servlets, JSP documents, or enterprise JavaBeans will be routed from the web server to the attached application server. The application server provides an application server plug-in to successfully route the appropriate requests to it from the web server. All application servers listen on port 8008 for HTTP requests and then transmit them to either; Servlet Engine, JSP Engine or the EJB Container. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 21 of 21.

22 WebSphere Application Server Advanced Edition Advanced Developer Edition Advanced Single Server Edition Enterprise Edition HTTP Server WebSphere Application Server The role of the WebSphere Application Server extends the functionality of a standard Web Server by supporting J2EE components The WebSphere Application Server (WAS) allows the administrator to extend the functionality of your standard Web Server. The Application Server enables Web transactions with a robust deployment environment for support of e- business applications. It will provide a Java-based Web application deployment platform for the development, testing and execution of Java servlets, JavaBeans, Enterprise JavaBeans, and JavaServer Pages (JSP) documents. The WebSphere Application Server environment is provided in multiple implementations: Advanced Edition Advanced Single Server Edition Advanced Developer Edition Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 22 of 22.

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24 WebSphere v4.0 Application Server Editions Advanced Edition (AE) o Core J2EE and Web services model o Database integration o Message-oriented middleware o Multiple distributed server and clustering Advanced Single Server Edition (AEs) o Core J2EE and Web services model o Developmental operation o Message-oriented middleware o Trial download Advanced Developer Edition (AEd) o Same features as AEs o Individual developer license Enterprise Edition (EE) o Core AE features o Includes TXSeries and MQSeries o Flexible plug-in configuration o Unparalleled integration for Message Beans, JMS listeners and CORBA WebSphere Application Server v4.0 is divided into several different versions designed to provide different levels of J2EE support for developers and mainstream customers. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 24 of 24.

25 Advanced Single Server Edition (AEs) The Single Server Edition of WAS provides basic tools for development of e-business Web sites Full J2EE compliance Java Servlet API 2.2 Web Services technology: XML, XSL and SOAP support XML Server tools HTTP/HTTPS support Integrated HTTP Server Role-based security limited to OS Migration toolset Single machine administration The WebSphere Single Server Edition is an entry-level product that targets simple light-weight applications on the Web. All applications developed in WebSphere are upgrade compatible. All of the core services for WebSphere are present in the Single Server Edition. The engine includes support for Java servlets, JavaServer Pages and includes plug-ins for a variety of Web servers: Netscape, Microsoft, Apache, etc. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 25 of 25.

26 All of the services noted here are packaged as component sets of the Java libraries and their associated APIs and thus can run in the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 26 of 26.

27 Advanced Developer Edition (AEd) The Developer Server Edition of WAS provides basic tools for development of e-business Web sites that are limited to developer machines Full J2EE compliance Java Servlet API 2.2 Web Services technology: XML, XSL and SOAP support XML Server tools HTTP/HTTPS support Integrated HTTP Server Role-based security limited to OS Migration toolset Single machine administration The WebSphere Advanced Developer Edition is an entry-level product that targets simple light-weight applications on the Web. All applications developed in WebSphere are upgrade compatible. All of the core services for WebSphere are present in the Single Server Edition. The engine includes support for Java servlets, JavaServer Pages and includes plug-ins for a variety of Web servers: Netscape, Microsoft, Apache, etc. This version has all of the capabilities of the AEs version, but is limited to only a development workstation and can not be used for production environment. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 27 of 27.

28 Advanced Edition (AE) Full Application Server supporting multiple concurrent AS with workload management and multi-machine scaling Contains all J2EE compliant services Multiple machine administration Support for multiple machine nodes Expanded DB and transactional support o Two-phase commit o Sybase J2EE v1.2 o Java 2 Connectors o JMS/XA interface to MQSeries Expanded Security options The WebSphere Advanced Edition is a full function application server that supports multiple concurrent application servers, workload management functionality and multiple machine scalability. This version offers significant functionality that will exceed the J2EE 2.1 specification, like Java 2 Connector support, JMS/XA interface to MQSeries (these are part of J2EE 1.3) Additionally, this version will also support third-party authentication (LTPA) primarily via LDAP architecture. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 28 of 28.

29 Application Server: Enterprise Edition Adds high-level functionality to the Advanced Edition and is based on this version for its infrastructure Includes all Single Server Edition features Full distributed object/business integration IBM world-class transactional environment Support for JMS and message beans Flexible e-business infrastructure Support for MQSeries XML-based team development Integrated Encina application development The WebSphere Enterprise Edition incorporates the following elements: Component Broker, Encina, CICS, MQSeries and DCE and serves as an umbrella package that target high-transaction and complex application-based applications. All of the services noted here are packaged as sets of Java libraries and APIs and thus can run in the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The Enterprise Edition is developed around the J2EE definition and the Common Connector Framework (CCF) to allow integration with older legacy applications. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 28 of 28.

30 Feature Comparison Feature AEd AEs AE Production Certified No Yes Yes Browser-base Admin Yes Yes No Multi-Node admin No No Yes DB backed admin No No Yes Distributed Security No No Yes Workload Management No No Yes Clustering/Cloning No No Yes Directory Services No No Yes Enterprise Integration No No Yes Illustration of the differences between the WebSphere v4.0 versions available from IBM The table illustrated above lists the detailed differences between the three editions of the WebSphere Application Server v4.0. Note, only the Single Server AEs and Advanced Edition AE are production certified. The Advanced Developer Edition is limited by its license only for development operations. Both Single Server and Developer Editions utilize a lightweight administration console that executes within a client browser while the Advanced Edition (AE) will run as a standalone Java client application. The majority of the product Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 30 of 30.

31 features are reserved only for the Advanced Edition version. Most of these pertain to security and application performance. WebSphere v4.0 Security Upgrades Security Model meets J2EE 1.2 o EJB 1.1 o Servlet 2.2 WebSphere v3.5 lists users/groups that can access EJB methods o V3.5 uses method permission model o EJB 1.0 had limited security J2EE 1.2 uses Security roles o Authorization model migrated from permission-based model to role-based model o Method permissions addressed differently J2EE implements the EJB 1.1 specification, in WebSphere Application Server v3.5 we grouped methods into Method Groups to assign permissions. Each of these permissions were created and mapped to end users (or groups) after the application was installed. In the EJB 1.1 security model, only the mapping can be modified after the install. All other security options are assigned by the deployer before the EAR file is deployed to the application server. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 30 of 30.

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33 AE Security Architecture Web Browser HTTP HTTP Server Embedded HTTP Server Application Server Plug-in LDAP Native OS Custom IIOP Web Container EJS Web Collaborator EJB Container Admin Server Security Server Security Application Java Client application EJS Security Collaborator Authorization Repository.EAR J2EE security information is retained in the deployment descriptors, in the EAR file, since in a server group configuration the EAR file may be on more than one machine. Thus, editing the EAR file directly can have some serious side effects on security policy. Editing the EAR file directly is not recommended. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 33 of 33.

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35 VisualAge for Java Environment Code Editor VisualAge for Java Debugger Repository Mgmt.Class &.Java Web Server Servlet Engine WebSphere Application Server HTML Servlet JSPs VA Java Repository WebSphere Test Environment DB2 SecureWay Browser (LDAP) The role of VisualAge for Java product has changed as the server side development has migrated to the WSAD toolset. Within the VisualAge for Java environment (which provides Java lifecycle and repository tools) is the WebSphere Test Environment, which provides application, and Web server environments on the development machine. Thus enabling developers to test and debug Web site resources locally. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 33 of 33.

36 Use of this light-weight version of the web and application servers precludes the developer from having to perform any administrative tasks on these servers to recognize the necessary resources. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 33 of 33.

37 WebSphere Studio Environment WebSphere Studio File Management File Publishing Page Designer WebSphere Application Server Studio Wizards Java Compiler Version Control Web Server WSAD Application Developer Source Version Control File System Project Files WebSphere Studio develops, manages, and deploys resources for a Web site and maintains project files for team and version control. The deployment feature enables you to configure the projects for deployment to a number of locations like WebSphere Application Server or the WebSphere Test Environment of VisualAge for Java. The role of this product as changed as its functions have been incorporated into the new WebSphere suite of tools. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 1 of 37.

38 The publication process will migrate our project files (HTML, JSP, servlets, JavaBeans, images, etc) from our development machine to the web and application servers. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 2 of 38.

39 Illustrating WSAD IDE WebSphere Studio Application Developer combines the functionality of the VisualAge for Java IDE and WebSphere Studio suite VisualAge for Java q Incremental compile q Code Assist q EJB Development q Debugger q Test Environment q Enterprise aspects WebSphere Studio q Page Designer q Publishing q Wizards q Packaging q Link Management New Features q Vendor plug-ins q Web Services toolkit q File-based IDE q Open Team Development Environment q Pluggable JDK support Application Developer IDE Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 3 of 39.

40 The new version IDE from IBM has incorporated features from WebSphere Studio and VisualAge for Java and several additional features have been added to lend support for complete web application implementations. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 4 of 40.

41 WebSphere Studio Workbench The term WebSphere Studio Workbench is now the brand name for the open portable platform and integration philosophy from IBM Rapid AD tools Web tooling Java IDE Modeling tool Plugin Development environment Meta Object Framework Workbench Platform core Common services q Resource mgmt q Project model q Team programming q Debugging q Synchronization Common frameworks q Widget toolkit q UI frameworks q Source editing Version Management WebDAV CVS The WebSphere Studio Workbench forms the base for the new WebSphere Studio Suite of tools (Site Developer and Application Developer). It provides an open and universally portable platform tool for developing J2EE compliant web application components using the Eclipse-brand user presentation format. Copyright 2002,MVS Training, Inc., All rights reserved rights reserved, no unauthorized duplication. Page 5 of 41.

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