Domain Partition: Deployments
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This page displays a list of Java EE applications and standalone application modules in this domain partition. Deployed applications and modules can be started, stopped, redeployed, or deleted from the domain partition by using the controls on this page.
To deploy a new application or module to a resource group in this domain partition, click the Deploy button.
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.
Name Description Deploy
Deploys the application or module to the domain partition resource group.
Redeploys the application or module. Redeploy an application if you have made changes to it and you want to make the changes available to WebLogic Server clients.
Undeploys the application or module, removing it from the domain partition.
Overrides the configuration for an application or module by specifying a different deployment plan.
Removes an existing application configuration override.
Fetch Deployment Plan
Fetches the deployment plan of an application.
Starts the application. You can choose whether you want the deployment to start servicing all requests or to start servicing administration requests only.
Stops the application. You can choose whether to stop the deployment when work completes, to force the deployment to stop immediately, or to stop servicing client requests, but continue servicing administration requests.
Name Description Name
The name of this Java EE application or module.
The status of the deployment.
The state of the deployment.
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.
The domain partition in which the deployment is available.
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.
The scope in which this deployment was configured.
The resource group in which this deployment is available.
The tags associated with this deployment.