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Local J2EE for ISA 4.0

Hello

We currently have the following environment on our Production Server;

JSDK - 1.4.2_12

CRM - 4.0 SP11

ISA - 4.0 SP11

J2EE - 6.40 PatchLevel 104329.313

Netweaver Portal - 6.0.17.0.0

KM - 6.0.17.0.0

I would like to develop our ISA application on my local PC. What do I need to do this, is the Web Application Server 04's version of the developer workplace ok for this? Or do I need to download the 2004 version of the Web Application Server.

Your Help Is Much Appreciated

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 02:19 PM

    Hi Jamal,

    Pardon my ignorance, what is ISA ?

    Regards,

    Siddhesh

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    • Former Member Jamal Walsh

      It is certainly possible, and rather easy, to setup an ISA locally. What you would need to do is install the J2EE and then deploy the ISA application with SDM. Obviously, you would need to have Java SDK installed. Ideally your local machine has 2GB of memory so that you can have your development tools running, such as a Java IDE or NW Dev Studio.

      Keep in mind that you will still need connectivity to you backend system

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