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Duplicating Your Workspace. You may need to copy files from one workspace to another (example – you’ve developed using Tomcat, and want to use WebSphere for Integration Test). You also may want to make discretionary copies, back-ups, etc.  Launch RBD and Select a New Workspace. Launch RBD

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Duplicating your workspace

Duplicating Your Workspace

You may need to copy files from one workspace to another (example – you’ve developed using Tomcat, and want to use WebSphere for Integration Test). You also may want to make discretionary copies, back-ups, etc.


Launch rbd and select a new workspace

 Launch RBD and Select a New Workspace

  • Launch RBD

  • From the Workspace Launcher, enter a new Workspace location on your PC: 

  • This will open your workbench with the Welcome page” – close it.


Create new dynamic web project

 Create New Dynamic Web Project

  • From the File menu, select: New > Project…

  • From the new project wizard, select Dynamic Web Project

  • Specify (carefully)

    • Project Name:

    • Target Runtime

    • Configurations

    • Add project to EAR file

  • Note that several of these options

    will be pre-selected

  • Click Next >


Specify project facets

 Specify Project Facets

  • From Project Facets, check the following options for your new project:

  • Default style sheet

  • Both of the EGL options

  • Both of the WebSphere Web options

  • No other options!

  • Click Next >


Add egl settings

 Add EGL Settings

  • Click Next > past the next setup menu

    • (Accept defaults for folder names)

  • From EGL Setting, carefully enter the JNDI name to connect to your database:

    jdbc/EGLDerbyR7

  • Click Finish

  • Click Yes to Open the Associated Web Perspective

  • Close the Web Diagram tool, open by default in the Content Area


Copy pages and webcontent over

 Copy Pages and WebContent Over

  • From My Computer or Windows Explorer, open your existing project’s \WebContent\ folder.

  • Select allEXCEPT META-INF and WEB-INF– and paste into the new \WebContent\ folder in your new workspace.

  • Over-write theme

    when prompted.


Copy eglweb resources

 Copy EGLWeb Resources

  • From My Computer or Windows Explorer, open your existing project’s \EGLSource\ folder.

  • Select all files and copy them.

  • Paste them over \EGLSource\ in your new Workspace

  • From Project Explorer, Right Click over EGLWeb and:

    • Generate

  • From the Project Menu:

    • Clean…

  • Note – you may need to delete the com package in the new Workspace


Add a data source for your eglderby database

 Add a Data Source for your EGLDerby Database

  • From EGLWebEAR:

    • Open the Deployment Descriptor

    • Click the Deployment tab


Add a data source for your eglderby database1

 Add a Data Source for your EGLDerby Database

  • From Datasource defined in the JDBC provider above:

  • Click Add

  • Select Derby JDBC Provider (XA)

  • At Version 5.0

  • Click Next >


Create a new data source

 Create a New Data Source

  • From Create DataSource

  • Name the DataSource (a Java-compliant name – no spaces, etc.)

  • (carefully) specify the JNDI name

    jdbc/EGLDerbyR7

  • Click Next >

  • From Create Resource Properties:

  • Enter a Value: for the database:

    C:/databases/EGLDerbyR7

  • Click Finish


Ensure that j2ee is set to yes in your build file and re generate

 Ensure that J2EE is Set to Yes in Your Build File and Re-Generate

  • If J2EE is set to “no” in your build-file, you will not be able to re-generate your project and run.

  • Open the Build File in the editor

  • Select “YES” for j2ee 

  • Save and close your Build File

  • (From Project Explorer)

    • Generate your project


Add remove your project

 Add/Remove Your Project

  • When you are finished, you need to remove the existing EAR file from your project, and add your new EAR file. Do this from the Servers tab


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