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Deploying an application

 
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Hi,
I am an entry level web developer started like 1 month back.
I am working on onDemand server application using ODWEK API. I had developed a prototype of the application which is written in Java,JSP and using ODWEK API. Now my boss wants me to deploy that on development machine. I could jar my application and keep it in there. But my question is
Do I have to install the same ODWEK s/w on that machine as well?
When I asked him about installing it on that developement box, he asked
aren't you going to jar everything?
For the application to run properly it has to have some particular directory structure in there.
Please do let me know if I can do that with out installing it on development machine and about jaring.
Thanks in advance
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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