Automatic deployment, also called autodeployment, involves copying an application or module file (JAR, WAR, RAR, or EAR) into a special directory, where it is automatically deployed by the Application Server. To undeploy an automatically deployed application or module, simply remove its file from the special autodeployment directory. This is useful in a development environment, because it allows new code to be tested quickly. This feature is available only on the default server instance.
Autodeployment is enabled by default.
Select the Stand-Alone Instances component.
Select the instance named server in the table.
This is the Admin Server.
Select the Advanced tab.
Check the Auto Deploy Enabled box to enable autodeployment, or uncheck this box to disable autodeployment.
Enter a number of seconds in the Auto Deploy Poll Interval field.
This sets the interval at which applications and modules are checked for code changes and dynamically reloaded. The default is 2.
You can change the Auto Deploy Directory if you like.
You can enter an absolute or relative path. A relative path is relative to domain-dir. The default is domain-dir/autodeploy.
You can check the Verifier Enabled box to verify your deployment descriptor files. This is optional.
For details about the verifier, see The Deployment Descriptor Verifier.
Check the Precompile Enabled box to precompile any JSP files.
For details, see the Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.2 Administration Guide.