How much a WebSphere holds depends on how you build it up.
Programming / Development Tools
I’m typing this article on my IBM Selectronic Typewriter because my laptop is currently embedded in the picture tube of my TV set. You see, a few days ago, while I was attempting my fourth install of IBM’s WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 3.02 for Microsoft Windows NT, an IBM WebSphere commercial came on the TV set. Unfortunately, each of my previous attempts at installing WebSphere had coincided with one of IBM’s commercials. So on this fourth attempt, I decided to combine the two media—literally!