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Jenkins configuration for EAR deployment in WAS server

 
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Hi,
I want to deploy an ear in LOCAL Websphere Application Server v 8.5.x.x using Jenkins.

I have installed the below 2 plugins
Jenkins WAS Builder Plugin
Jenkins Publish Over SSH Plugin

In Jenkins configuration, I have added WAS Installation.
When entering the server details
Host: I am getting "The host can't be reached" message.

The host that I am giving is responding successfully in command prompt when used as a parameter with wsadmin.bat file.
"Connected to process serverNamexxx" message in command prompt.

Please help me understand
How to configure host in Jenkins
How to deploy ear in Jenkins for a WAS server

Thanks
Archana
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Can someone please tell me the procedure to deploy ear in websphere using jenkins?

I am getting issues when connecting to my local websphere.
"Host cannot be reached"

I have server up and running and also i am able to log in to console.


Same issue "Host cannot be reached" with server, although server is running and console is able to logged in.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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