In Web AS 6.20, the J2EE engine must be configured through parameters. It can also be manually stopped and started through the Internet Communications Manager transaction (SMICM). You will probably want to set the profile parameters in RZ10 and RZ11. Check out the rdisp/j2ee* parameters. Setting rdisp/j2ee_start to false will disable the J2EE engine on startup. Make sure you have the blessing of your BASIS people before making any changes to the profile parameters.
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