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PNS Subramanian
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What actually is meant by hot deployment
Does it mean
1) Being able to deploy a bean without bringing down the managed server OR
2) Being able to deploy the bean bringing down the managed server but not the admin server.

Am working with Weblogic Server 8.1.
Paul Sturrock
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WebLogic hot deployment in a cluster should be able to happen without stopping either admin or managed server.


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PNS Subramanian
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I havent created any cluster. Am working out of the default "myserver" (where i deploy my ejb's) available.
Is it that "hot deployment" term is used only in a clustered environment ?
Paul Sturrock
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No. I mention cluster because you mentioned both admin and managed servers so I presumed you were using both. Hot deployment == deploying code on to a server and the server being able to load and use it without needing a restart.
PNS Subramanian
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Thanks Paul - that settles it.
 
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