To build a development-mode EAR file that uses a server, run the application assembler with the –server flag. For example:

runAssembler –server myServer MyApp.ear –m MyApp DSS

The localconfig directory for the server is appended to the application’s configuration path. This means that the last two entries in the configuration path are the standard localconfig (<ATG9dir>/home/localconfig) followed by the server-specific localconfig—for example, <ATG9dir>/home/servers/myServer/localconfig.

For output files, the application uses the logs and pagebuild subdirectories in the <ATG9dir>/home/servers/servername directory. You should not use the same server for more than one EAR file. If multiple EAR files are using the same output directories, errors or deadlocks can result.

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