Online documentation - Websydian v6.1
Overview Parts Deploying Background
It must be ensured that the necessary objects and files described in the following sections are available before successfully deploying a Websydian J2EE application
Before the Websydian application can be deployed it must be
packed as a J2EE web application, also known as a web application
archive (WAR file). This can be done using the package tool
supplied with the chosen J2EE server.
This section describes the general steps in packaging a WAR file. Please consult the white paper section at the Websydian support site for deployment details for specific J2EE servers.
|Servlet jar file||WsydDwa21.jar|
|Servlet class file||com.websydian.pka.servlet.J2eeProxy|
|Servlet initialization parameters||Name: servlet.propertyfile. Value: path to property file
If this value is left blank, then the J2EE Proxy will look for the property file inside the WAR file in "WEB-INF/J2eeProxy.prop".
|Alias||Name used to access the servlet from a browser.|
When the Websydian application is deployed please make sure that the following files also are copied to the J2EE server.
|Ob510usr.properties||Configuration file used by the Plex run-time. Please see the relevant Plex and Websydian documentation for the content of this file. This file is a copy of the Ob510srv.properties file which is supplied with Plex. For further information see the Plex help.|
|Servlet property file||In step 3) above the initialization parameter servlet.propertyfile was set to the path to the servlet property file. This file contains a number of settings that must be set correctly. Please look here for more information.|
|Websydian HTML templates||The Websydian HTML templates must be accessible from the servlet. The servlet reads the location of the templates from the servlet property file.|
The Websydian application can be deployed to the J2EE server using the WAR file generated in the previous section. For details on how to do this for specific J2EE servers please refer to the manual of the chosen J2EE server. Also check the white papers at the Websydian support site (http://www.websydian.com).