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How to Deploy a war File Using GlassFish

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How to Deploy a war File Using GlassFish

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Before trying this out make sure you have installed GlassFish in your machine. Installation is just easy as downloading the zip archive from here and unzipping it to a desired location.

Creating a new domain

Open up a terminal, change directory to the GlassFish installation directory and run following.

    bin/asadmin  


This will enable you to use asadmin tool. Now execute the following command to create a new domain. after running this command you will probably have to give admin password and master password.

    create-domain --adminport 5000 --profile developer --user admin domain2  

Now open up another terminal and change directory to [glassfish-installation]/domains/ and you will see the newly created domain2 has appeared there.


Open up a browser and go to http://localhost:5000/. This will bring you the GlassFish GUI admin console. This is one place you can deploy your war file. But in this post I'm not much focusing on it, instead I will show you how to do this using the command line. But GUI lovers, for any consolation I have put some screenshots which you can follow if you prefer the GUI way.


In case you want to delete a domain use the following command.

    delete-domain domain2  


Starting the domain

To start domain2 run following command.

    start-domain domain2  

 


Deploying a war file

Use the following command to deploy your war file.
deploy --port 5000 --host localhost /home/pavithra/workspace/NewDemoService/WebServicesJaxWs/NewDemoService.war  

After deploying the war file I can access the WSDL file I want to access using the URL http://localhost:8080/NewDemoService/NewDemoService?WSDL


To change default 8080 (HTTP) port which specifies where the web application context roots are available for a Web browser to connect to, you can use the --instanceport parameter when creating the domain. See the following command.

create-domain --adminport 5000 --profile developer --user admin --instanceport 9000 domain2 


Undeploying a war file

To undeploy NewDemoService.war file you need to use the following command. Note that here you don't have to use the full name but literal "NewDemoService".

    undeploy --port 5000 --host localhost NewDemoService  


Stopping a domain

To stop the domain "domain2" use the following command.

    stop-domain domain2  

After this if you try to deploy to this particular domain, it will complain.

Auto Deploy

To perform auto deploy, copy NewDemoService.war file in to [glassfish-installation-directory]/domains/domain2/autodeploy directory. If autodeploy succeeds, you will see NewDemoService.war_deployed has created. This will deploy your war file automatically.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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