WebLogicTargets

(Difference between revisions)
(Setup)
Line 4: Line 4:
==Setup==
==Setup==
 +
# Download the NetBeans 8.2 (or the latest daily before 8.2 is released).
# 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]]
# 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.
# 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.
 +
# Restart the IDE.
 +
 +
==Deployment==
 +
Use the IDE for Java EE development and deployment as usual. The IDE will deploy the application to the specified targets.

Revision as of 14:37, 24 February 2016

Deploying to specific WebLogic targets in NetBeans

Contents


Setup

  1. Download the NetBeans 8.2 (or the latest daily before 8.2 is released).
  2. Register remote WebLogic server.
  3. Edit the file config/J2EE/InstalledServers/.nbattrs located in NetBeans userdir
  4. Place the following content inside attributes/fileobject 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.
  5. Restart the IDE.

Deployment

Use the IDE for Java EE development and deployment as usual. The IDE will deploy the application to the specified targets.

Not logged in. Log in, Register

By use of this website, you agree to the NetBeans Policies and Terms of Use. © 2012, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. Sponsored by Oracle logo