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 Oracle ATG Web Commerce 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 server-name 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 ATG-Data/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.