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Deploying JSF application on the client machine

 
Julius Adek
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Please, I am new to JSF framework. I just developed an application using Netbean 7.4 with Glassfish server, the application is working fine on my machine but the issue is how to make it work on the client machine that is not having Netbean IDE installed. I have tried to download Glassfish server on the client local machine but I could not find any installer in the folder. Please, i can I do make the application work on the client local machine? Thanks
 
Tim Holloway
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1. Visit the glassfish website and read the installation instructions they supply for the version of glassfish you want to install. If you need help, we have a forum for Glassfish help here on the Ranch.

2. Visit the glassfish website and read the instructions on how to deploy (install) web applications into glassfish. Again, we have a Glassfish forum.

In order to deploy a web application, that application must be built as a WAR file or something that can be zipped up to create a WAR file. You can then copy the WAR to the machine that you wish to deploy to and deploy it.

Many webapp servers have an administrative web application built in and often that admin webapp can do the deployment by a fairly simple process which consists of uploading you WAR file and (possibly) setting a few deployment options. That will avoid the trouble of having to manually copy the WAR and run the low-level deployment processes yourself.

 
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