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IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration by Roland Barcia, Keys Botzum, Tom Alcott, Bill Hines

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WAS Deployment Quick Start

Now that the sample application has been introduced, it is time to deploy it. When doing initial deployment, there are usually three phases:

  • Setting up the application server for the application— This involves creating resources the application needs, such as JDBC or JMS. It also involves other setup options, including security. In this chapter, we will deploy a version of the application that requires no external resources. However, the application does require security. We will configure a custom security registry for WAS.

  • Deploying the application— The application server reads an EAR file and places the components where they will be used at runtime.

  • Verifying the deployment— There should be a well-documented way ...

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