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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Complex Event Processing
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4 Deploying Applications to Standalone-Server Domains

This chapter describes how to deploy an application to a standalone-server Oracle Complex Event Processing (Oracle CEP) domain, including how to do so with Oracle CEP Visualizer and with the deployer utility.

4.1 Deploying an Application to an Oracle CEP Standalone-Server Domain

When you deploy an application to a standalone-server domain, you typically deploy to the singleton server group using either the Oracle CEP Visualizer or Deployer utility.

For more information, see:

4.1.1 How to Deploy an Application to an Oracle CEP Standalone-Server Using the Oracle CEP Visualizer

The simplest way to deploy an Oracle CEP application to a standalone-server domain is to use the Oracle CEP Visualizer.

For more information, see "Deploying an Application" in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Visualizer User's Guide for Oracle Complex Event Processing.

4.1.2 How to Deploy an Application to an Oracle CEP Singleton Server Group Using the Deployer Utility

If you do not specify a group when you deploy an application, Oracle CEP deploys the application to the singleton server group that includes only the specific server to which you deploy the application. This is the standard case in single-server domains.

The following example shows how to deploy to a singleton group; note that the command does not specify a -group option:

prompt> java -jar wlevsdeploy.jar -url http://ariel:9002/wlevsdeployer -install myapp_1.0.jar

In the example, the myapp_1.0.jar application will be deployed to the singleton server group that contains a single server: the one running on host ariel and listening to port 9002.