Hi I have about 5 software patches, let's call them.
These patches represent a number of war and ejb files.
What it is (I have posted on the EJB group but nobody ever responded, that's why I am here) is an application on GlassFish 2.1 bundled with NetBeans 6.7.1 with about a dozen or so WAR and EJB files that were successfully deployed to GlassFish.
(I also have about 17 which never were successfully deployed to GlassFish and I think I may have a memory problem on that and am continuing to work through that issue.)
The thing that I am writing to you about now concerns that I am not sure what to do with the patches when I cannot get the WAR and EJB files (all of them) to install, i hesitate to try to install more. . .
However, I thought about it last night and I said to myself, well, why not just go ahead and systematically unzip the patches that consist of the war and ejb files and copy them to the appropriate directory and go into glassfish and hit the "redeploy" button on there to see what might happen.
Do you see anything wrong with this approach to installing the patches?
1. unzip the patches, figure out what war and ejb files need to be copied to the target directory (because not all the ejb files and all of the war files are contained in each patch)
2. once the files are copied to the target directory
3. open glassfish console
4. hit the redeploy button