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Deploying a resource adapter

Hello,

i have developed and successfully deployed a resource adapter. But as i went on developing i encountered some strange behaviour.

In the DeployTool that i used to deploy the adapter i have build the archives again and deployed the EAR to the WAS 640 successfully. But if i ran my Test coding against it, my changes have not be set online.

So i deleted the DeployProject and created a new one, that i deployed to the was640 and now my changes are online.

I have searched for a refresh button to load updated resources, but i could not find any. Did i miss anything in the DeployTool? Besides the DeployTool also comes up with some error messages like IOException, FileNotFound from a generated file *.mf!

Is it possible to deploy a resource adapter from within the NetWeaver Studio? Or anything else, that is more stabil?

Best regards

Christian

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2005 at 06:12 PM

    Hi Christian,

    You can use the NW Developer Studio to create a Java project for the resource adapter and a J2EE application project for the EAR containing the resource adapter. Then you can build and deploy the EAR file right from the Dev Studio.

    Or, if you already have the EAR you can deploy it via the J2EE telnet console (using the "deploy" command from the "deploy" group), the Visual Administartor tool (using the Deploy service controls), or via the SDM GUI.

    Hope this will be of help to you,

    Vladimir

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