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Deploying new application in WebSphere using commandline

 
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Hi,
I'm new at WebSphere and I need a commandline or a script (commandline is better) for deploying a new application to websphere.
Actually, what I'm trying to do is to install a WebSphere, deploy my application and start the websphere automatically by using a script.
Does anyone here knows how it can be done?
Can you please give me an example of a commandline that does this? (without the installation of websphere, I already know how to do this)
Thanks!
 
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I am afraid you had posted in the wrong forum. Please try this:
https://coderanch.com/forums/f-46/Websphere

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Hi Roni !

I'm new at WebSphere and I need a commandline or a script (commandline is better) for deploying a new application to websphere.
Actually, what I'm trying to do is to install a WebSphere, deploy my application and start the websphere automatically by using a script.

Starting WebSphere must be awfuly easy as the relevant command can be found in Windows graphical menu. Look for it from "Start -> Programs -> WebLogic" item, then right button, properties, and "Target" must be the command to use.

You can auto-deploy an application by simply dropping relevant EAR/EJB in server's "applications" directory, which is "${wls.home}/../user_projects/${wls.domain}/applications". So it should be extremely easy too.

Best regards.
 
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