Deploy Java EE applications using the console
The topics in this section describe how to deploy and administer applications or modules using the administrative console. We can also use scripting or administrative programs (JMX).
- Install Java EE application files on an application server.
- Edit the administrative configuration for an application.
- Optional: View the deployment descriptor for an application or module.
- Start and stop enterprise applications.
- Export enterprise applications.
- Export a file in a Java EE application or module.
- Export DDL files.
- Update a Java EE application or module.
- Uninstall enterprise applications using the console.
- Uninstall enterprise applications by removing them from a monitored directory.
- Remove a file from a Java EE application or module.
What to do next
If a changed application or module is deployed on a cluster, click Rollout Update on the Enterprise applications page to propagate the changed configuration on all cluster members of the cluster on which the application or module is deployed. Rollout Update sequentially updates the configuration on the nodes that contain cluster members.
Use Rollout Update if the application is deployed on one or more clusters spread across multiple nodes. This action reduces the amount of time that any single cluster member is unavailable to serve requests to the smallest interval possible. Pending IIOP transactions will complete before a cluster member stops; in-flight HTTP and JMS transactions might be lost while the cluster member is stopping. If the administrative console session times out during a rollout updating, ensure that the changed configuration was propagated to each node. For an application server without clusters, use Update and then save and synchronize the node instead. For a stand-alone application server, simply update and save.
After making changes to administrative configurations of the applications in the administrative console, ensure that we save the changes.
- Enterprise (Java EE) applications
- Install enterprise application files
- Install enterprise application files with the console
- Install enterprise modules with JSR-88
- Customizing modules using DConfigBeans
- Configure enterprise application files
- View deployment descriptors
- Start and stop enterprise applications
- Update enterprise application files
- Resolving application configuration conflicts
- Exporting enterprise applications
- Exporting enterprise application files
- Exporting DDL files
- Uninstall enterprise applications using the console
- Removing enterprise files
- Uninstall enterprise application files by dragging them from a monitored directory
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