WebLogicTargets

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# Register '''remote''' WebLogic server.
# Register '''remote''' WebLogic server.
# Edit the file <tt>config/J2EE/InstalledServers/.nbattrs</tt> located in [[FaqWhatIsUserdir|NetBeans userdir]]
# Edit the file <tt>config/J2EE/InstalledServers/.nbattrs</tt> located in [[FaqWhatIsUserdir|NetBeans userdir]]
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# Place the following content inside <tt>attributes/fileobject</tt> element of the instance you have just registered: <attr name="deployTargets" stringvalue="server1,server2"/>. Replace the server names with actual values available in the WLS domain.
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# Place the following content inside <tt>attributes/fileobject</tt> element of the instance you have just registered: <tt><attr name="deployTargets" stringvalue="server1,server2"/><tt>. Replace the server names with actual values available in the WLS domain.

Revision as of 14:35, 24 February 2016

Deploying to specific WebLogic targets in NetBeans

Contents


Setup

  1. Register remote WebLogic server.
  2. Edit the file config/J2EE/InstalledServers/.nbattrs located in NetBeans userdir
  3. Place the following content inside attributes/fileobject element of the instance you have just registered: <attr name="deployTargets" stringvalue="server1,server2"/><tt>. Replace the server names with actual values available in the WLS domain.
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