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.jsp deployment utilities to use?

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My company has begun to develop java applications (.jsp pages,
with some custom beans) and we are interested in understanding what types
of packages are available to do deployment of changed code and updates.
We will be running Weblogic webservers, on Solaris. Our current intent is
to use CVS as source control, with a development environments for the
programmers, a QA environment, and a Production environment on a seperate
Solaris machine. We would like to stage the movement of updates; i.e. from
development to QA for testing, and then to Production. I would like to be
able to create an issue that contains the necessary changed pages/classes
and then promote the changes to the next level. Rollback would be a nice
feature.
Initially, something simpler would be better. We do it manually now, and
I'm sure we'll make some dreadful mistakes if we keep doing it this way.
Is there anyone who can point me in the right direction?
 
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