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P. SpäthBeginning Jakarta EEhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5079-2_12

12. Deployment Artifacts

Peter Späth1 
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany

So far, we have developed Jakarta EE 8 applications using the Eclipse IDE. Eclipse knows what to do with Java classes, configuration files, and resources like images, scripts, and language text files by virtue of a special plugin that knows how to talk to a Jakarta EE 8 server like Glassfish. We installed that plugin for Glassfish at the beginning of the book.

This deployment process, including server handling like starting, stopping, and restarting the server, only partially gets covered by a Jakarta EE 8 specification. In fact, for the deployment processes inside Eclipse there exist server ...

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