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Deploying Applications

  • Michael Wessler
  • Erin Mulder
  • Rob Harrop
  • Jan Machacek

Abstract

An OC4J administrator’s primary duties are setup, configuration, monitoring, and application deployments. In the previous chapter you saw how OC4J is architected, configured, and monitored. This chapter will focus on how the administrator deploys J2EE applications provided by the developers. We’ll show how the administrator acts as a deployer to take a Java application from the developers and deploy it into a production 10g AS environment. You’ll do this with the GUI Application Server Control (ASC) utility and via the command line with dcmctl. Finally, we’ll show you how to change some application-specific settings via the ASC utility.

Keywords

Command Line Previous Chapter Deploy Application Application Configuration Java Message Service 
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© Michael Wessler, Erin Mulder, Rob Harrop, and Jan Machacek 2004

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  • Michael Wessler
  • Erin Mulder
  • Rob Harrop
  • Jan Machacek

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