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7.4 Deploying the application on WebSphere
Application Server Community Edition V1.1.0.1
In the previous sections, we created the database, data sources, and JMS
resources necessary to deploy the EAR files. We demonstrated how you can
build the EAR files using the source code provided with this book. (For
information about how to obtain this source code, see Appendix A, “Additional
material” on page 493.) We also discussed how to create an EJB application and
a Web application using Eclipse Web Tools Platform and XDoclet.
In this section, we discuss how to deploy the Adventure Builder application on
WebSphere Application Server Community Edition V1.1.0.1 server and using the
application.
You deploy the EAR files using Deploy New page in the WebSphere Application
Server Community Edition Administrative Console. Table 7-2 lists our example of
the paths to the EAR files.
Table 7-2 Path to EAR files
After you deploy the EAR files, the Adventure Builder application is accessible at
http://localhost:8080/ab.
Application Path to EAR files
ActivitySupplier <adventure_src>\src\apps\activitysupplier\build\activitysupplier.ear
AirlineSupplier <adventure_src>\src\apps\airlinesupplier\build\airlinesupplier.ear
LodgingSupplier <adventure_src>\src\SG247433\build\lodgingsupplier.ear
Bank <adventure_src>\src\apps\bank\build\bank.ear
OPC <adventure_src>\src\apps\opc\build\opc.ear
ConsumerWebsite <adventure_src>\src\SG247433\build\consumerwebsite.ear
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