Configuration Options Related Tasks Related Topics
This page describes the configuration information that is currently defined in the deployment plan for the selected module or component.
Name Description Name
The name of this application deployment.
The URI, located on the Administration Server, of the original source files for this application.
Relative paths are based on the root of the Administration Server installation directory. It is highly recommended that you use absolute paths to minimize possible issues when upgrading the server.
If the application is not being staged (StagingMode==nostage) then the path must be valid on the target server.
The path to an Enterprise application (EAR) is the location of the EAR file or the root of the EAR if it is unarchived. e.g. Path="myapps/app.ear" is valid. If the application is a standalone module, then the path is the parent directory of the module. For example, if the module is located at myapps/webapp/webapp.war, the Path="myapps/webapp" is correct, whereas Path="myapps/webapp/webapp.war" is incorrect.
The directory that a Managed Server uses to prepare and activate an application.
The directory path is relative to the Managed Server's Staging Path. It is derived from the Path attribute, and depends on whether the application is being staged. If the Path attribute for application, myapp, is foo.ear, the staging path is set to myapp/foo.ear. If the path is C:/myapp.ear, the staging path is myapp/myapp.ear. If the application is not being staged (StagingMode==nostage), then the staging path is the same as the Path attribute. If this application is not being staged, the staging path is equivalent to the source path (Path attribute).
A numerical value that indicates when this module or application is deployed, relative to other deployable modules and applications. Modules with lower Load Order values are deployed before those with higher values. (Requires that you enable the two-phase deployment protocol.)
- Create a deployment plan
- Update a deployment plan
- Start and stop a deployed Enterprise application
- Target an Enterprise application to a server
- Test the modules in an Enterprise application