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Executing ear outside of RAD6  RSS feed

 
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I created an ear file from RAD6. Now how can the code be executed outside
of RAD?
 
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Originally posted by Barry Brashear:
I created an ear file from RAD6. Now how can the code be executed outside
of RAD?


Drop it on your app server. Most have an admin console that will let you browse to the EAR file and then deploy it. You may have to set up any data sources and JNDI bindings you're using, too.
 
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I'm not sure how to do that.
 
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Hi,

Right click on the enterprise application and use import/export ear file to get the ear file or upload the ear file to rad respectively. then deploy that ear in the web sphere server wherever it is running using admin console. Look for the websphere admin port configured default 9090. and you can use enterprise app and deploy it..
[ January 30, 2007: Message edited by: Dhananjayan Karnam ]
 
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