Administrative agents: Resources for learning
Use the following links to find relevant supplemental information about
WAS administrative agents and distributed administration.
The information resides on IBM and non-IBM Internet sites, whose sponsors
control the technical accuracy of the information.
These links are provided for convenience. Often, the information is not
specific to the IBM WAS product, but is useful all
or in part for understanding the product. When possible, links are provided
to technical papers and Redbooks that supplement the broad coverage of the
release documentation with in-depth examinations of particular product areas.
View links to additional information:
- IBM WebSphere Application
This site contains a listing of all WebSphere Application
- IBM developerWorks
This site is the home of technical information for developers
working with WebSphere products. You can download WebSphere software, take
a fast path to developerWorks zones, such as VisualAge Java or WebSphere Application
Server, learn about WebSphere products through a newcomers page, tutorials,
technology previews, training, and Redbooks, get answers to questions about
WebSphere products, and join the WebSphere community, where one can keep up
with the latest developments and technical papers.
- WebSphere Application Server Support page
advantage of the Web-based Support and Service resources from IBM to quickly
find answers to your technical questions. You can easily access this extensive
Web-based support through the IBM Software Support portal at URL http://www-3.ibm.com/software/support/ and
search by product category, or by product name. For example, if you are experiencing
problems specific to WebSphere Application Server, click WebSphere Application
Server in the product list. The WAS Support
Setting up the administrative architecture
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