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[NOOB Alert] Deploying applications in WebSphere without an EAR

 
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Hi,

I am new to Websphere and this is my question: Is there an option to install/deploy applications without creating an EAR similar to copying the application to the webapp folder in Tomcat?

Thanks for your patience,
Arvind
 
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No I don't think that is an option under WebSphere. You can deploy either EAR or WAR file. Expanded deployments are not supported. It gets complicated when you are doing this deployment for clustered (or ND) versions.
 
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Deepak Pant wrote:No I don't think that is an option under WebSphere. You can deploy either EAR or WAR file. Expanded deployments are not supported. It gets complicated when you are doing this deployment for clustered (or ND) versions.



Thanks Deepak
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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