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what is deployment plan? which one do you prefer?

 
Surapuraju Venkatakishor
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any help is appreciated..
 
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A deployment plan is a document that lists the steps to deploy/release an application. It typically includes instructions for the database, application server and any other necessary parts. It may also have contact info and testing plans.
 
Surapuraju Venkatakishor
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thank you so much ...

but deployment plan is an xml file which contains the deployment related information, by seeing this have you noticed any thing
 
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Surapuraju Venkatakishor wrote:thank you so much ...

but deployment plan is an xml file which contains the deployment related information, by seeing this have you noticed any thing


Yes, the deployment plan is an xml file, which can be created from scratch, or using one created from weblogic.
Oracle OEPE has a good editor for it too.

what is your specific question about deployment plan ?
 
Surapuraju Venkatakishor
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When deployer people Generates the deployment plan, and developers also generate their plan based on application. which one do you prefer usually and differentiate it?
 
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Usually I use deployment plan generated by weblogic.
 
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It might be a little late to reply on the post.

Administrators use deployment plans to easily change an application’s WebLogic Server configuration for a specific environment without modifying existing Java EE or WebLogic-specific deployment descriptors. Multiple deployment plans can be used to reconfigure a single application for deployment to multiple, differing WebLogic Server environments.

A sample demonstration of deployment plan usage with MDB is given below.

http://weblogic-wonders.com/weblogic/2009/11/29/plan-xml-usage-for-message-driven-bean/

A sample demonstration of deployment plan usage for changing the session invalidation time.

http://weblogic-wonders.com/weblogic/2009/12/16/invalidation-interval-secs/
 
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