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nazzy khan
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Joined: May 06, 2010
Posts: 39

Hi,

I have a requirement where I have to automate a process by Java. Steps in that process are:

1. Compilation of database script,
2. Generating an xml file,
3. Deploying that xml file on a remote IBM WAS server - This include copying xml file on remote server and then stopping and starting server.

I have created process-definition.xml file (for managing the above workflow) as below


process-definition.xml and a CronServlet is in cronWeb application deployed on an IBM server.

I'm parsing process-definition.xml in CronServlet and executing task as given in process xml file. Servlet is loaded on startup and using java TimerTask, I have set its execution interval.

Could anyone please suggest is it possible/ok to do the XML deployment task by java code. What could be the best way to execute task 3 (deployment task): by java, batch/shell script or by any other means?


P.S. Application server where my cronweb app is deployed and remote server (where I 'm pushing the xml content) are in same network.

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nazzy khan
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Joined: May 06, 2010
Posts: 39

Did anyone get the chance to look into this?

Let me rephrase the problem statement

Deployment of an xml file on a was server by java code
(copying xml file and server restart)

Any suggestion will be highly appreciated

thanks

-N
Paul Sturrock
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Joined: Apr 14, 2004
Posts: 10336

Can't you just do this with Ant (or similar build tool)? Why are you writing a bespoke program for this?


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