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Q: How do I change the classpath for WebSphere? A: You can add to the classpath for WebSphere Application Server through its property sheet. To replace a classpath, click the environment field on the general tab to bring up the property editor environment editor. In this editor, change the classpath or other environment variables. To add a classpath, enter the classpath in the command line arguments field. Q: Do I need to reconfigure server groups if a machine becomes unavailable in the cluster? A: If a machine becomes unavailable, you don't need to reconfigure server groups to reflect unavailable servers on that machine. However, if the machine is unavailable for an extended period, you can reconfigure the model to optimize performance. Q: How do I secure an HTML page (assuming security is already configured)? A: Follow these steps: 1. Create an enterprise application.... (more)

Talking with Sharon Nunes

Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WSDJ, recently spoke with Dr. Sharon Nunes, IBM's director of Life Sciences Solution development, about how pharmaceutical companies are handling the rapid growth of information in drug development. WSDJ: How did IBM get involved in the pharmaceutical industries and what type of problem were you trying to solve? Sharon Nunes: In the mid '90s, IBM Research was collaborating on a few joint projects with pharmaceutical companies in the area of drug design and in the area of creating algorithms for pattern discovery and pattern matching. These algorit... (more)

Birth of a Platform: Interview with Don Ferguson"The Father of WebSphere" - Part three of a three-part series

In the final part of our interview with Don Ferguson, Don talks about the future of WebSphere WSDJ: What is your vision for the future of WebSphere? DF: Our current focus is on implementing Web services and simplifying their development. WSFL and tools support for visually and dynamically building new Web services. Business rules support customizing the behavior of existing Web services. The next big things will be support for better, dynamic binding between a service requester and the multiple implementations that are available. The binding process will be able to consider "quali... (more)

Exciting Plans Loom on the WebSphere Horizon

Eclipse and IBM's open platform are helping to shape an exciting future for WebSphere, according to the WebSphere marketing team, headed up by Scott Hebner, director of marketing for WebSphere infrastructure software. The WebSphere marketing team includes Joe Anthony, program director for WebSphere Extensions marketing; Derek Bildfell, program director for business development; Aimee Munsell, program director for WebSphere Application Server; Bernie Spang, program director for WebSphere Studio marketing; and Stefan Van Overtveldt, program director for WebSphere Technical Marketing... (more)

A Conversation with IBM's Suchitra Joshi

Suchitra Joshi, a senior project manager for Competitive Technology Labs, talks with Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Developer's Journal, about "Winning with WebSphere," IBM's technical seminar focusing on WebSphere, its related products, and e-business. WSDJ: Tell me a little bit about what you do at IBM. SJ: My main purpose is to stage a competitive technical seminar called "Winning with WebSphere," all over the world. These seminars are all about WebSphere and its family of products. And it's not just WebSphere; we are beginning to incorporate more and more material o... (more)