Carol Enderlin wrote:Simply create another web application. That can be as simple as a folder containing the jsp and a web.xml file in a WEB-INF directory; you may have other requirements such as jar files. It can be deployed as a war file or just as a directory (called exploded war).
[Edit] You don't mention the version or I might have added other details.
Carol Enderlin wrote:In DEVELOPMENT mode, applications put into the autodeploy directory in your domain will be, uh... autodeployed. The documentation says this does not work in PRODUCTION mode. Hopefully in your production deployments you are running in PRODUCTION mode.
Take a look at the BEA/Oracle documentation.
Autodeploying applications in DEVELOPMENT mode
FastTrack Deployment ...
It sounds like perhaps you are trying to get around limitations that are there for a purpose. Why can't you use the admin console?
Jetendra Ivaturi wrote:Please correct me if am wrong. We can't deploy an application into an managed server. We have to deploy the application in one domain and wee can make the application available to managed servers. When deploying the application itself.
Jetendra Ivaturi wrote:You can do it Ramakanth, just click use the update button. Before that please make sure you delete the extracted application in your server location.
Eg: D:\devtools\bea814\user_projects\domains\Testing\myserver\.wlnotdelete\extract\ ==> Here are the files which are extracted. So deleted this folderwith your application name and update the .war file using the option provided on console.
This will work. BTW which version of weblogic are you using?