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From Kenson MAN <kenson...@gmail.com>
Subject How can I depoly a fat client into a machine?
Date Sat, 28 Jun 2008 04:12:54 GMT

Dear All,

I'm a beginner of JEE application and Geronimo. 

My environment:
Server (Geronimo 2.1.1) 192.168.0.100
Client[1..10] 192.168.0.101~192.168.0.1
The application is packaged in a EAR (including all EJB, client application
and required library)

I'm going to develop a application (EJB3 + Swing) and running under Geronimo
2.1.1. The application is running successfully in my testing environment
(Eclipse 3.2). But I don't know how to deploy the client into the production
machine (not the server). 

I have take a look of the
http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/deploy-and-run-jee-application-client.html
and it told me that I can use the "java -jar client.jar
<ear-name>/<jar-name>" to startup my client console. 

My question are:
- How does it work? Just copy the client.jar (from server) to each client
and create the batch file that invoke client.jar??

- How to specified the host? If I running the batch file in 192.168.0.101,
how does it know that it will connect to 192.168.0.100?

- Is that support the JNLP? That will be great if the application can
startup from a URL.


Sorry again if there have any misunderstanding.

Regards,
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