migrate was5 to was6

Posted on 2008-10-27
Last Modified: 2013-12-11
I need to migrate WAS 5.1 to WAS 6.1.5
Can I download the new release from IBM?
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Bryan Butler earned 168 total points
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If you have the license and "maintenace agreement" I think you could, or at least download the eval and then pay later.
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above links will help to migrate from 5.1 to 6.1.5 i believe you have 5.1 version exists on ur system.
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hu8mypho earned 166 total points
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You can always download the trials from developerWorks to whatever latest greatest version to test applications or download the Rational Application Developer which includes a Network Deployment version of WAS as an integrated Unit Test Environment.  The fix version that you're referring to may be or

The update installer and fixes can be found here.
Rational downloads
WebSphere downloads

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Any luck on the conversion?

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Going threw the same procedure as well. Would like to know how things are going:) We also have to migrate from UNIX to windows. So our procedure is a bit more difficult. Good luck!
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