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EP6 SP2 + EP6 NW04 coexistence for java apps best performance

Hi,

Our actual productive portal is a unix sun solaris EP60-sp2 + WAS.6.20 + KM + TREX + CR... and we have more than 1000 potential users. We've developed many java applications for EP60+PDK but the performance is very very poor.

We can't upgrade our portal to NW04 in a short time due to corporate instructions and dependences, so...

- Can i get a best performance executing these java applications in a new isolated NW04+WAS.6.40?

- Have the EP-NW04 PDK a full backward compatibility to EP60-SP2? Will my java applications run normally in a EP-NW04+WAS.6.40?

- Is it possible to deploy a java component in a new WAS 6.40 server without installing the NW04 Portal infrastructure at this machine?

Thanks in advance,

Best regards.

Agustin Alvarez

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 09:09 AM

    Hi,

    let me try to answer this.

    >Can i get a best performance executing these java >applications in a new isolated NW04+WAS.6.40?

    I do not think that Your code runs faster because

    You use an NW04 portal instead of SP2.

    What is the reason for the performance issues. Is it related to workload on the servers or to the JVM version ?

    >Have the EP-NW04 PDK a full backward compatibility to >EP60-SP2? Will my java applications run normally in a >EP-NW04+WAS.6.40?

    No they haven't. Some applications may run others won't.

    Libraries have changed as well as the JVM version.

    >Is it possible to deploy a java component in a new WAS >6.40 server without installing the NW04 Portal >infrastructure at this machine?

    Yes this is still possible. You should install the NW04

    PDK in to Your NW04 portal.

    Best Regards

    Frank

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