To build a standalone-mode EAR file that uses a non-default server, you can run the application assembler with the –standalone and –server flags. For example:

runAssembler –standalone –server myServer MyApp.ear –m MyApp DSS

Note: If your production environment is clustered, do not specify the ATG server when you build the EAR. Instead, omit the –server flag and create a single EAR that can be deployed to all servers in the cluster. When you run the application, supply the Java argument to specify the named instance of each server.

There are four localconfig directories at the end of the application’s configuration path. They appear in the following order:

For output files, the application uses the logs and pagebuild subdirectories in the ATGData/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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