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How many ways we have to deploy applications?

 
Hanuman Navulury
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Hi,


How many ways we have, to deploy the applications using weblogic server please

I am thinking like

: one is through console
: second one is through commands


can I know still another way is there to deploy the applications

Thank you very much for response
Hanuman
 
kamal kannan
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you can deploy applications the following ways

1) from WLS cosole
2) using the command tool "weblogic.Deployer"
3) using WLST script
4) using ant script



 
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If one is not running in "production" mode, there's also dropping the EAR or WAR in the "autodeploy" subdirectory or configuring an "exploded directory" which will be updated automatically with each code change (rather than building and redeploying).
 
kamal kannan
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HI
AUTODEPLAY option is not available in production mode ,its only for development mode ,if any one managed faild in cluster we can deploy the application its called "partial" Deployment.
 
Manikya Prabhu Gali
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kamal kannan wrote:you can deploy applications the following ways

1) from WLS cosole
2) using the command tool "weblogic.Deployer"
3) using WLST script
4) using ant script





you can also use Weblogic MBean from java code to deploy the code and also know the every state of the application
 
Hanuman Navulury
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Thank you very much
 
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