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deploy a war file in websphere 6.0

 
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hi,

can you please help me in deploying a war file in websphere 6.0
without using any IDE
 
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Kathirvel,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

Are you asking about creating a war file (which can be done through Ant/Maven, an IDE or by hand) or deploying it (through the WebSphere admin console or scripts) ?
 
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Originally posted by kathirvel Natesan:
hi,

can you please help me in deploying a war file in websphere 6.0
without using any IDE



I was about to ask the same question, I know how to deploy a war file through the admin console, Please is there a folder where i can just put the war file and it would be automatically deployed and another question is how do i deploy using scripts
 
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Originally posted by Abiodun Adisa:
Please is there a folder where i can just put the war file and it would be automatically deployed


No. For a new war file, you have to use the admin console or a script so WebSphere knows to look for it.

Originally posted by Abiodun Adisa:
how do i deploy using scripts


You could write a JACL script to automate anything that can be done using the admin console. IBM provides some examples.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:

You could write a JACL script to automate anything that can be done using the admin console.


IBM is now recommending that you use Jython (Python with the ability to call java classes) as the language for writing scripts. JACL is still supported, but there have been hints that it may not be in future releases.
 
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Speaking of JACL...

Here are a few JACL scripts I collected and threw on my website. There maybe one or two in there that might help you.

JACL Scripts for Automated Deployment to the WebSphere Application Server

Enjoy!

-Cameron McKenzie
[ September 09, 2008: Message edited by: Cameron Wallace McKenzie ]
 
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