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From Martin Gainty <>
Subject RE: Deploy a project to multiple locations
Date Wed, 24 Apr 2013 10:57:21 GMT
> Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2013 02:00:38 -0800
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> Subject: Re: Deploy a project to multiple locations
> The thread shows different assumptions about " a project" because "deploying
> a project" needs to be clearly defined. The output of your maven build could
> be i.e. axis2.war, and that new version of axis2.war could be deployed to
> severla application servers i.e. apache tomcats application directory, where
> apache tomcat finds it and deploys it further inclusing activation of
> axis2-1.62.
> OR
> it could mean, when the axis2-1.6.2 sources haven been built and tested
> successfully on maven, then I would like to deploy the axis2-1.6.2 sources
> to several servers and initiate a maven build process there. 

Martin>so if i read between the lines i *think* you want to change the deployable characteristics
Martin>as you deploy from one server to another
Martin>you can achieve that objective by manipulating the MANIFEST.MF for the war
Martin>and use maven-war-plugin to create custom MANIFEST.MF and then to build the war

> OK - why should you do so? But just as an example, because I do not know
> what you mean when you refere to "a project" or "to deploy a project".
> What is your project ? What is expected at the remote servers?
> Josef

Martin>I agree with Josef there are way to many unknowns 
Martin>ask your client what axis2.war characteristics are expected at the remote servers
Martin>*Viel Gluck*
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