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what is the difference between WebSphere Application Server and Embedded WebSphere Application Server?
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eWAS is used in lightweight applications such as need for hosting simple management console for example, when installig TFIM, you need to use managament console. you can either install it on existing WAS or use embeddedWAS with basic functionalities to run just the console and basic services.
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so basically, eWAS is a WAS cutdown to some core functions. full WAS has it all you want to get from application server
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