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Oracle Application Server 10g hot deploy

 
Chris Brat
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Hi,

How can I do a hot application deploy with OAS?

I have found documentation that says that this functionality exists in a JDevelper-OAS setup.

Unfortunately I am not using JDeveloper.

With JBOSS and Weblogic it is possible to do a hot deploy by simply copying the application ear file into a specific server 'staging' directory - is the same possible with OAS or am I hoping for too much?

Thanks
Chris
 
alan wamser
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If I remember correctly you can only auto-deploy to standalone oc4j and not the the full application server.
 
Chris Brat
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Hi,

I'm currently busy with dev work and thats specifically what I need the hot deploy for.

I have the single instanct of oc4j running on my local machine - will I be able to do the hot deploy with this setup?

Thanks
Chris
 
Jherald Lacambra
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why not make your application an ear an file and then there is a gui(web application) for deploying your ear file in the OAS 10g
 
Chris Brat
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I already have the application packaged as an
ear and am currently making use of the GUI to do
a manual deploy.

I rather want to include the 'hot deploy' as
an option in my ANT build script
so that it is done automatically - so
that I don't have to do anything.

Lazy but more efficient
 
sandeep balyan
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Hi,

You can use "dcmctl" command to deploy application.

go to dcm/bin and say dcmctl it will give you all options.
dcmctl deployapplication

thanks
Sandeep
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