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The Application Client form IBM is designed for thin and fat clients. Some of this information is from the IBM Information Centre for WAS 7 (http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v7r0/index.jsp) and some of it is written by me. Use it as a reference in case you ever need it.

Decision factors for choosing a client include whether you want to run a client application on Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) or Java Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) ; whether you want ease of use with a small installation footprint or full-function with medium to large footprint; and whether you need licence to copy or redistribute the client.

A usual first decision to make is do you want a client application that runs on Java EE or J2SE?. This leads you to choose from the main types of clients, as described in this topic. Otherwise, if you want to run an ActiveX program, or a Java applet, to interact with enterprise beans on WebSphere ® Application Server, your decision is only for one of those types of client.

IBM released WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 8.5.5 in 2013 and since then market share is growing but slowly. It’s surprising to see version 6 is still used by 50% where version 8 is just 9.6%.

If you are still on WAS 7 and considering moving to WebSphere 8.5.5 then following will give you an idea about new things introduced in WAS 8.5.5.

As an administrator, you may want to start playing with installation and if you are new to WebSphere then this little introduction will help you.

Authenticating via LinkedIn® or a business email address ensures that we only have real business users contributing authentic insights that everyone can trust.

Both LinkedIn® and business email authenticated users can choose to add a different contact email address to their G2 Crowd account, as well as to turn off or adjust the frequency of G2 Crowd notifications. If you choose to connect with LinkedIn®, we will never post anything back to your LinkedIn® account on your behalf without your permission. Earning and keeping your trust is important to us.

The Application Client form IBM is designed for thin and fat clients. Some of this information is from the IBM Information Centre for WAS 7 (http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v7r0/index.jsp) and some of it is written by me. Use it as a reference in case you ever need it.

Decision factors for choosing a client include whether you want to run a client application on Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) or Java Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) ; whether you want ease of use with a small installation footprint or full-function with medium to large footprint; and whether you need licence to copy or redistribute the client.

A usual first decision to make is do you want a client application that runs on Java EE or J2SE?. This leads you to choose from the main types of clients, as described in this topic. Otherwise, if you want to run an ActiveX program, or a Java applet, to interact with enterprise beans on WebSphere ® Application Server, your decision is only for one of those types of client.

Authenticating via LinkedIn® or a business email address ensures that we only have real business users contributing authentic insights that everyone can trust.

Both LinkedIn® and business email authenticated users can choose to add a different contact email address to their G2 Crowd account, as well as to turn off or adjust the frequency of G2 Crowd notifications. If you choose to connect with LinkedIn®, we will never post anything back to your LinkedIn® account on your behalf without your permission. Earning and keeping your trust is important to us.

The Application Client form IBM is designed for thin and fat clients. Some of this information is from the IBM Information Centre for WAS 7 (http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v7r0/index.jsp) and some of it is written by me. Use it as a reference in case you ever need it.

Decision factors for choosing a client include whether you want to run a client application on Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) or Java Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) ; whether you want ease of use with a small installation footprint or full-function with medium to large footprint; and whether you need licence to copy or redistribute the client.

A usual first decision to make is do you want a client application that runs on Java EE or J2SE?. This leads you to choose from the main types of clients, as described in this topic. Otherwise, if you want to run an ActiveX program, or a Java applet, to interact with enterprise beans on WebSphere ® Application Server, your decision is only for one of those types of client.

IBM released WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 8.5.5 in 2013 and since then market share is growing but slowly. It’s surprising to see version 6 is still used by 50% where version 8 is just 9.6%.

If you are still on WAS 7 and considering moving to WebSphere 8.5.5 then following will give you an idea about new things introduced in WAS 8.5.5.

As an administrator, you may want to start playing with installation and if you are new to WebSphere then this little introduction will help you.

Now Available. The Maintenance Download Wizard will step you through a series of selection panels to identify the recommended maintenance packages for your WebSphere Application Server V7 environment.

1. Install the version 7.0 product from the appropriate compact disc or distribution media.

2 . For customers installing WebSphere maintenance level 7.0.0.1, it is mandatory to use the latest version of Update Installer V7.0 to support all version 7.0.0.1 WebSphere products on the machine.

Install Fix Pack 1 (7.0.0.1) on top of IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 7.0.

The Update Installer is not packaged as part of the Fix Pack download and needs to be acquired separately. To get the Update Installer needed to install this Fix Pack, follow the instructions provided in IBM Update Installer 7.0 for WebSphere Software for Windows.

For more details on some sample orders of installation, go through Readme for Multi-Platfoms .