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HCP WAR deployment payload error


I am trying to deploy manually to HCP trial instance my java application. Please note that from Eclipse, the deployment works fine and the application is being started.

When I'm creating a WAR package and try to deploy it manually (with Deploy Application button available in the subacount), I'm getting a error which I cannot fix it: "Failed to deploy: Failed to forward request payload to backend(500)"

There is any detailed log available on the server side which I can check? Or any other solution to manually deploy?

Thank you,

With kind regards,

Gabriel Timofte

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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2017 at 03:13 PM

    Hi Eva,

    Another option is you can try deploying the war file via command line.

    Please keep in mind that the Trial landscape only allow ONE running application. You must stop your 1st application before trying to deploy the 2nd application.




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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2019 at 06:14 AM

    Hi Eva Stolper Falkenthal

    1. Options for deploying Java applications remotely:

    1. We can deploy mtar file - To be able to generate/deploy mtar application must follow MTA model
    2. We can deploy war file - No need to follow MTA model for this approach.

    2. Options for deploying HTML5 applications remotely

    The options for remotely deploying HTML5 applications are limited and to achieve remote deployment, application must follow MTA model and for this we need to use1. mta.jar and 2. mta.yaml this yaml file defines the steps for generating mtar file for remote deployment.

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