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Deployment on Websphere

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Main Page > J2EE Connector > Deployment > Deployment on Websphere


1 Deploying the Resource Adapter

  • in WAS console, go to "Resources > Resource Adapters > Resource adapters"
  • select scope = "Node"

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  • click "Install RAR"
  • in the "Install RAR file" page, browse to the "jppf_ra_Websphere.rar" file

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  • click "Next"
  • click "OK"
  • click "Save directly to the master configuration"

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2 Creating a connection factory

  • in the list of resource adapters, click on "JPPF"
  • in "Additional Properties", click on "J2C connection factories"
  • click on "New"
  • enter "JPPF Connection Factory" for the name and "eis/JPPFConnectionFactory" for the JNDI name, leave all other parameters as they are

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  • click "OK"
  • click "Save directly to the master configuration"
  • Restart the application server

3 Deploying the demo application

  • in Websphere console, go to "Applications > Enterprise Applications"

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  • click on "Install"
  • browse to the file "JPPF_J2EE_Demo_Websphere.ear"
  • select "Prompt me only when additional information is required".

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  • click "Next"
  • step 1: click "Next"
  • step 2: check module "jppftest"

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  • click "Next"
  • step 3: select "None" for the authentication method
  • check the "jppftest" module and enter "eis/JPPFConnectionFactory" as Target Resource JNDI Name

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  • click "Next"
  • step 4: check the "jppftest" module and keep "default_host" as the Virtual host

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  • click "Next"
  • step 5: click "Finish"
  • click "Save directly to the master configuration"
  • in the list of enterprise applications, check "JPPF Demo"

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  • click on "Start"
  • restart the application server


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