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Location of file ear in J2EE Server

Hello!

When I deploy an ear file to J2EE Engine, I would like to know :

1.- Which is the directory in the server where, in a first step, the ear file is allocated before it is deployed?

2.- When the ear file is in the server, which is the directory where this ear file must be deployed?

Thank you very much

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2005 at 06:52 AM

    Hi Carlos

    There are many ways to deploy the ear

    1)through the SAP NETWEAVER developer studio

    2)through deploytool

    3)and through th eadmin console

    If you are using the SAP netwevare developer studio there is a workspace allocated when you first launch the SAP netweaver developer studio,so when ever you build an ear ini the studio the ear file is placed in that workspace.

    when you deploy it through the studio it creates a temporary ear file with "someid+yourearfilename"

    [somedrive]:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\SDM\root\origin\sap.com\SapWasEar\localhost\[dateand time]

    for example

    C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\SDM\root\origin\sap.com\SapWasEar\localhost\2005.05.27.12.01.58

    Hope you get some clue

    Sai

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2005 at 08:20 AM

    Finally, I realized that :

    1. The ear file is copy to, for example, the following route into the J2EE server:

    C:/usr/sap/J2E/JC00/SDM/program/temp/temp1524CalculatorEar.ear

    2. When the file is deployed, this is the directory where the application is allocated :

    C:/usr/sap/J2E/JC00/j2ee/cluster/server0/apps/sap.com/CalculatorEar

    Thanks for your help

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