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IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration by Roland Barcia, Keys Botzum, Tom Alcott, Bill Hines

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Web Services Gateway and Channel Installation

Installation of the J2EE enterprise applications that implement the Web Services Gateway as well as the associated channel(s)[4] is easiest to perform using a wsadmin script, setupWSGW.jacl, that comes with WAS-ND, though it can also be accomplished using the admin console. Assuming that you included the Web Services Gateway as part of your WAS-ND install,[5] that you've created the application servers on which you intend to deploy the WSGW, and that the WAS deployment manager and node agent(s) are running, you would navigate to the deploymentmanagerroot\WSGW\scripts\install directory, set the OS shell PATH variable to include the deploymentmanagerroot\bin directory, allowing execution of wsadmin, ...

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