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I am new to websphere.I am familiar with tomcat. In tomcat, we deploy web application in web apps folder. like this, in websphere server v 6 , which folder contains webapplication folder ? can I directly put war file in this folder? please give me exact path..
I always used administration console for deploying application on websphere. I'm not sure if you can just put EAR/WAR to some directory.
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hi david, Thanks for reply..
using administrative console, in which folder exactly deployement happen ? please give me exact path.
Joined: Aug 04, 2004
really don't remember, try search folder under server1/app/ or something like that
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This is what IBM said about app deployment
Application deployment Applications are installed on application servers using the administrative console or the wsadmin scripting interface. An application can be deployed to a single server or a cluster. In the case of a cluster, it is installed on each application server in the cluster.
in webshphere application server...web application can deploy by the server admin console.... in admin console there is a options to deploy the application. you have to just give the path of ur war file... it will be deployed on server.
if u want to know... where the application actually reside.. after deployment...
check the directory like... WAS_INSTALL_DIR/runtime/installapps/YOUR APPLICATION
[ October 01, 2005: Message edited by: amit sindha ]
[ October 01, 2005: Message edited by: amit sindha ] [ October 01, 2005: Message edited by: amit sindha ]
Nimish, When u use Administrative console for deploying and EAR/WAR/JAR, by default ur application installed in <WebSphere\AppServer\Installedapps....> u can use this location for changing ur application classes/files or copying new files.