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From David Sean Taylor <da...@bluesunrise.com>
Subject Re: How to deploy jetspeed2.1 on WAS 6.1?
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2007 18:44:57 GMT
Installing onto 6.1 is not trivial but can be done, which I have done  
many times. I don't think I have the time to explain it all here  
though as its not an open source app server

On Nov 4, 2007, at 7:49 AM, Bob Song wrote:

> Hi all,
>    I'm developing our web application on jetspeed 2 with the  
> environment of tomcat installed by the GUI installer under Win Xp  
> now . But our production environment is WAS6.1Base under Solaris.  
> I'm not familiar with Maven or WAS, and I have no any confidence  
> with the deployment task ahead without a step-by-step instruction.
>    So where could I get such kind of instruction?
>    Thanks.
>    Below are the conditions of my project in details:
>    1. The WAS6.1 and Oracle are already installed in the remote  
> production server. And I can't reinstall them freely.
>    2. The configuration of developing server and testing server are  
> smiliar: Jetspeed 2.1 + Tomcat + MySql(local).
>    3. MySQL is only for jetspeed portal side. The business data is  
> already refered to Oracle in the remote production server.
>    4. I prefer to using Oracle as portal side database.
>    5. All portlets of my project are in one web application, and  
> the database resource is managerd by the application itself, not  
> the container.
>    6. In the jetspeed application, only the 'decorations' and the  
> 'pages' folder are modified.
>    And what I'm not sure are:
> 	1. How to install jetspeed2 on WAS6.1? (Either installing a new  
> one or migrate the running one is ok.)
>     2. How to deploy a war packaged portlets application on it?  
> (Still put it in the deploy folder?)
> 	3. Any WAS6.1 specific issues?
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