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  • Requirements
  • JDeployer Installation instructions
  • How to use JDeployer
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     I. Requirements

      a. Eclipse 3.4 and above
      b. J2SE 1.5
      c. Weblogic 9.x or Weblogic 10.x or JBoss or Websphere application servers
      d. Admin access to application servers.

     

     II. JDeployer Installation instructions

      1. Open Eclipse - > Help menu and select "Install New Software..."

      

      2. Add Repository

      Name = JDeployer
      Location = http://www.javagalaxy.com/products/jdeployer

      



      

     

      3. Select JDeployer and click Next button
       
      4. Depending on the Eclipse version that is installed, this might take several minutes to download the required eclipse jar files. (Eclipse will figure out the dependent jar files to download and you dont have to worry about it) Its worth the wait ;-)

       

      

     

      5. Accept license terms and conditions and click "Finish" button.
       
      6. During installation you will be presented with a Security warning dialog box. There is no need to worry about it. By default all Eclipse plugin jar files aren't signed. Click "OK" to accept and ignore this Security error.

        
      

      

      7. Restart Eclipse to see the changes.

      
      


      

     III. How to use JDeployer

      1. Right click on your project to get Popup menu.

      

      2. Select JDeployer -> Weblogic 9.x or Weblogic 10.x depending on which application you wanted to manage.
       
      3. Settings tab You will need to enter Weblogic server related settings here.

      BEA Home - Location on your hard disk where BEA is installed. Please make sure weblogic.jar file exists in its subfolders.
      Admin URL - URL with which Weblogic console would be accessed. e.g. http://localhost:7001/console
      Weblogic User ID - User ID to connect to Weblogic server
      Weblogic Password - Password to connect to Weblogic server
      Application Name - Name of the application that will get deployed to Weblogic server. e.g. myapp
      Target Servers - Server names to which the application needs to be deployed.
      Deployment plan - *Deployment plan of the application. This does not have any effect with this version of JDeployer.
      Source - Source to where your WAR or EAR file is located in your hard drive. Please input the location where your build file generates your WAR or EAR file.
      Apply Settings - Click this button when above text fields are populated with data to save this information to a config file.
      Cancel - Clicking this button will close JDeployer.

      


      4. DataSources tab When Settings tab is filled with valid data, DataSources tab is populated with list of available DataSources. Selecting a DataSource will populate its properties in the below text fields.

      Update - Click this button to save updated DataSource information to Weblogic Server.
      Cancel - Clicking this button will close JDeployer.
      Refresh - Its possible that a new DataSource was added to WebLogic server and users would like to see this information in JDeployer, click the refresh button to get up to date DataSource information.

      


      5. Servers tab When Settings tab is filled with valid data, Servers tab is populated with list of available Servers and Managed Servers. Selecting Admin server does not have any effect. Only Managed Servers can be stopped. However they cannot be restarted with this version of JDeployer.

      Stop - Stop selected Managed Server
      Start - Start selected Manager Server. (This is not implemented yet)
      Restart - Stop and Start selected Managed Server. (This is not implemented yet) d. Refresh - Its possible that a new Managed Server was added to WebLogic server and users would like to see this information in JDeployer, click the refresh button to get up to date Server information.

      


      6. Deployment Actions tab This tab is used to STOP / UNDEPLOY / DEPLOY / START your deployed application to Weblogic server.

      STOP - If your application is already deployed and if you would like to stop your application, select this option.
      UNDEPLOY - If your application is already deployed and if you would like to undeploy your application, select this option. STOP action will need to be selected along with this option.
      DEPLOY - File path specified under Settings tab - > Source will be used here to deploy the specified application.
      START - After your application is deployed, the state of the app is in Admin mode, if you need it to service requests you will need to start the application.
      Execute - Executes selected actions on the top.

      

     

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