|Reusing WTP Server definitions for deploying artifacts [message #214747]
||Mon, 02 June 2008 20:49
| Alberto Ricart
Registered: July 2009
I have a project type that is not a standard facet for a WTP project.
My project's build process ultimately generates an artifact that could
be deployed to a standard application server (EAR or WAR). I would like
to be able to reference a WTP server and delegate calls from my WTP
server implementation to a 3rd party implementation. The idea is that
I would create the EAR/WAR file, but would like the 3rd party WTP
server to deploy it for me (and debug, etc).
From initial investigation into the server.core, it seems that this is
not really possible as there doesn't seem to be API to initiate this
type of action. Am I missing something?
Thanks for the help.
|Re: Reusing WTP Server definitions for deploying artifacts [message #214755 is a reply to message #214747]
||Tue, 03 June 2008 05:03
Originally posted by: crscca.bol.net.in|
Firstly its not clear.
What I understood is you have a build process of your own. And you
ultimately build and generate ears and wars.
You want to integrate your build process and allow the ears to be deployed
into server from wtp.
If yes to both interpretations of mine you have two options.
1. Create a custom facet for yourself (I like doing that and is easy)
2. Try adding an external builder
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