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Java release management patterns

 
Roland Chan
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Hey gang,
We have a java application which requires us to run the rmiregistry and then launch the java application and start tomcat every time we fire up the application.
We have 3 environments (not including our integration server and sandboxes) staging, testing, and production.
We'd like very much to be able to auto deploy latest builds to each environment. Can anyone suggest how we might go about doing this given what I have described above.
Currently it is a manual process. Shutdown all java application copy new war file and classes over and then start them up again.
Thanks,
ROLITO.
 
Peter Kristensson
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Take a look at the ANT project, you can find it at http://jakarta.apache.org
 
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