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This page displays the list of Java EE applications and standalone application modules installed to this domain.
You can update (redeploy) or delete installed applications and modules from the domain by selecting the checkbox next to the application name and then using the controls on this page.
To install a new application or module for deployment to targets in this domain, click Install.
WebLogic Server enables you to deploy applications and modules either as archive files (created using the JAR utility) or as exploded archive directories. Deploying exploded archive directories enables you to easily update and redeploy portions of an application.
You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.
The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.
Name Description Name
The name of this Java EE application or module.
The deployment state.
NEWindicates that one or more modules of the application have just been created and are being initialized (default)
INSTALLEDindicates that the application’s physical files or directory is known to WebLogic Server
PREPAREDindicates that WebLogic Server has prepared one or more modules of the application, but they are not yet active
INITIALIZINGindicates that the application is becoming ready to start processing client requests
ACTIVEindicates that one or more modules of the application are active and available for processing new client requests
ADMINindicates that the application is currently active for administration channel requests only
UPDATE PENDINGindicates that changes to the application have been made but the changes are not yet available to WebLogic Server clients
RETIREDindicates that the application has been deactivated after the completion of active sessions and in-progress transactions
FAILEDindicates that the application deployment operation did not succeed
If there is a running
DeploymentRequestTaskfor this deployment, then that status is displayed instead of the application status. See the
DeploymentRequestTaskRuntimeMBeanfor each state description. If there is no active task, you get the deployment state.
The health state of the server as reported by the server's self-health monitoring.
For example, the server can report if it is overloaded by too many requests, if it needs more memory resources, or if it will soon fail for other reasons.
The type of deployment: enterprise application, Web service, EJB, Web application, Java EE library, and so on.
You must select a target on which an MBean will be deployed from this list of the targets in the current domain on which this item can be deployed. Targets must be either servers or clusters. The deployment will only occur once if deployments overlap.
An integer value that indicates when this unit is deployed, relative to other deployable units on a server, during startup.
Units with lower values are deployed before those with higher values.
- Install an enterprise application
- Configure an enterprise application
- Update (redeploy) an enterprise application
- Monitor the modules of an enterprise application
- Deploy EJB modules
- Install a Web application