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jeff mutonho
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Are there any guidelines or template for authoring deployment documents for J2EE applications?
ankur rathi
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Originally posted by jeff mutonho:
Are there any guidelines or template for authoring deployment documents for J2EE applications?


Did you mean web.xml, though I know it's called deployment descriptor. If yes, then it should be a well formed XML, should specify servlet specification version at the beginning and all those detials.

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jeff mutonho
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Nope.I mean the document that is given to the sysadmin to do a deployment.Should I say deployment manual instead?
Ådne Brunborg
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Is such a document considered a part of the system architecture? I'd consider it more a part of the development process - i.e. not in scope for the certification.

And I'd call it "deployment document" too
[ October 05, 2006: Message edited by: �dne Brunborg ]

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Newman Huang
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IMO, the deployment of J2EE application is similiar with a installation of deskstop one. this procedure mostly should be done automatically. for example, we bundle it into a .ear package and put it into a deploying folder. if we are developing, we can use ant tool to make it done by ant-script describing. ofcouse we sould write some documents to tell others what the application includes and how to adjust it. to find such a template document, i think you can refer to java petstore installation guid - a html file you can download from Sun. if you have installed some open-source web application in your computer, you can look into it to find the installation guid.


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