Building and Deploying Integration Applications

This topics includes the following sections:

Working in Iterative Development Mode

If you start WebLogic Server when you work in iterative development mode in WebLogic Workshop, your application is, by default, deployed on the server as an exploded directory. Changes to those source files are dynamically noted by the server and affect the running process.

The WebLogic Integration Administration Console allows you to monitor and manage the entities and resources for your WebLogic Integration applications.

Note: If you delete a business process (JPD) from your application, the data associated with instances of that process remain in the run-time database after the application is redeployed. You can purge the data for completed and terminated process instances using the WebLogic Integration Administration Console. However, before the data can be purged from the database, any instances of the deleted process that did not run to completion must be terminated. Terminate the instances of a business process in one of the following pages in the administration console: Process Instance Detail page, Process Instance Summary page. To learn how, see "Suspending, Resuming, Terminating, or Unfreezing Process Instances" in Process Instance Monitoring in Managing WebLogic Integration Solutions at the following URL:

If the purge process is scheduled to run regularly, tracking data, which includes process history, task history, and trading partner integration message history, is purged from the run-time database according to the specified schedule. You can also run the purge process manually from the System Configuration module in the administration console. To learn how, see System Configuration in Managing WebLogic Integration Solutions at the following URL:

Deploying Applications in EAR Format

You can also deploy your applications in enterprise application archive (EAR) format. To do so, you must build an EAR file for your application and deploy it to WebLogic Server. To learn how to do so for applications that you create in WebLogic Workshop, see Deploying Applications.

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