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websphere 6

Iam migrating wsad 5.1 to 6.0 , how to set the runtime class and system properties ?
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HonorGodCommented:
I presume that you are asking about the WebSphere Application Server settings, and not the WebSphere Application Developer (WSAD) or Rational Application Developer (RAD) settings.

The online documentation for the distributed version(s) of WebSphere Application Server are available using this URL: http://IBM.com/software/webservers/appserv/was/library/
From that page, select the TAB that corresponds to the version of the application server in which you are interested (e.g., V 6.0.x).  Then, you can either use the quick link on the top of the page, just under the tabs, or you can toggle the sections by selecting the "Show | Hide" links.

While viewing the documentation for a specific version (e.g., V 6.0), select the edition (e.g., "WebSphere Application Server Distributed").  The information about settings is described in the section of the documentation labelled "Administering applications and their environment".

From your description, it would seem that you need to review the section entitled "Administering WebSphere applications".

Good luck
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gopal_kgkAuthor Commented:
hi thanks . . In the 5.1 we have TestEnvironment to run the application , but in the case of this we done have ..when i was looking for the Environment tab fo the server , i cant able to fine.. so how to set the runtime class path and the application properties file to the server
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HonorGodCommented:
 Well, I'm using my Administration Console for my Deployment Manager,  I

- Click on  the plus sign by "Servers", to expand that section
- Click on the "Application Servers" link to view the federated servers
- Click on the Application Server in question (e.g., "server1")

  At this point, it isn't clear to me what you mean when you say "runtime class and system properties"

- Are you talking about the "JVM settings", in which case you can/should:

- Click on the "Java and Process Management" link under "Server Infrastructure", which will expand this section.
- Click on the "Process Definition" link
- Click on the "Java Virtual Machine" link under "Additional Properties"

  Are these the settings you need?
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gopal_kgkAuthor Commented:
This is console setting ..Thanks ,, But regards server setting i need to add specific Class path ..to the server Environment and system properties passes to the server ..same as when you server in 5.1 you able tosee datasource , configuration ..etc.. there you have environment setting , how i can do that environment seeting in the ws 6. Thanks ..I really need this one do the setup ..  
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HonorGodCommented:
Sorry that I missed your update.  Thanks for the information.  Good luck
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