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Default WAS Mbean question: AppManager's exportApp

Hi all,

I need to use exportApp functionality. When I ran it, it exported
the EAR to the file specified on the machine where the WAS server
is running. But what if I am running distributed? Where would
it go then? It seems to be that a more unified way would be to
actually export it (slow, yes) to the client machine -- that is
the one that requested the export.

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