Using the Options Tool
Using Export Sets
Exporting to Eclipse/WSAD
Importing to Eclipse/WSAD
WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) will be the first IBM product in the WebSphere Studio Develop- ment Environment family. This product represents a forthcoming suite of integrated development tools that cross all e-business development roles, from Java developers to Web developers to business analysts to architects to enterprise programmers. IBM has stated that WSAD will be the product that ultimately becomes the successor to their very popular VisualAge for Java (VAJ) product. History shows that enterprise application development
shops typically make major transitions at their own pace. Recognizing the complex and time-consuming
migration issues that customers will likely face, IBM will support VAJ through at least July of 2003. To further
assist customer transitions, IBM bundles both VAJ and WSAD into one package.
enterprise VAJ development shops would be the daunting task of moving large bodies of code from the VAJ
proprietary repository (ENVY) to a new repository structure in WSAD. Fortunately, Instantiations was able to
plan and deliver a very thorough roadmap, delivery schedule, and products to address these now real customer
transition to Eclipse | WSAD. These include new Eclipse/ WSAD Import and Export types have been added to the import and export wizards. The system will automatically detect your Eclipse/ WSAD root directory and any projects you have defined. When importing or exporting, all you need to do is select the target Eclipse project that you want to export to or import from, and VA Assist will take care of the rest. These new import/export types can also be saved as import/export sets and executed as part of scheduled tasks.
installations and display
them in the default root
directory combo box.
Once the default root
directory has been
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