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Deploying Applications to WebLogic Server

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Introduction and Roadmap

The following sections describe the audience for and organization of this document:


Document Scope and Audience

This document is for administrators who want to deploy Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) applications or application modules to WebLogic Server® instances or clusters. It is assumed that you are working in a production environment, which is generally characterized by multiple WebLogic Server instances or clusters running on multiple machines. It is also assumed that you have one or more application module archive files that have been tested and are ready to deploy on a production server.

If you are an engineer, you may need to perform activities such as:

See Developing WebLogic Server Applications for information about performing these development-related tasks.


Guide to This Document


Related Documentation

For additional information about deploying applications and modules to WebLogic Server, see these documents:


New and Changed Deployment Features in This Release

This version of WebLogic Server includes support for production redeployment of Web Services that meet certain criteia, as described in Requirements and Restrictions for Using Production Redeployment.

Additionally, many new and changed features were introduced in WebLogic Server 9.0.

For new and changed deployment features introduced in WebLogic Server 9.0, see New and Changed Deployment Features in This Release in the 9.0 version of this manual.

For a description of all new and changed features introduced in WebLogic Server 9.0, see What's New in WebLogic Server 9.0 in WebLogic Server Release Notes.


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