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by , 05-25-2011 at 09:57 AM (2260 Views)
If you writing J2EE applications, you need to deploy your application to J2EE container like JBOSS. I will shed some light on how to write simple deployment descriptors for your web applications.

I am deploying my JSP application on JBOSS. For JBOSS, we need to put our application in WAR format in deploy folder. So deployment descriptor will have following 2 tasks:

  1. Archieve the application into WAR
  2. Copy that WAR to deploy folder of JBOSS


Assuming we are using default JBOSS configuration, following deployment descptor will serve our purpose:

Java Code:
"%JAVA_HOME%\bin\jar.exe" -cvf helloworld.war *.jsp WEB-INF
copy helloworld.war "%JBossHome%\server\default\deploy"
Make sure you set JBOSS_HOME to your jboss directory. Simply save the deployment descriptor in a batch file (deploy.bat) and run it to preapre archieve and deploy on JBOSS.

I used the switch -cvf with JAR command.

  • c for create new achieve
  • v for generate verbose output on standard output
  • f for specify archive file name


I hope this simple post will prove useful.

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Java EE , JBoss

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