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Chapter 1. Vote for JBoss > Deploying to the server

1.5. Deploying to the server

Now you know how to install, start, and stop JBoss AS. But what good is an application server with no applications? After you’ve written an application, you have to know how to put it into the application server. This is called deploying an application to the application server. Deploying and undeploying applications in JBoss AS can be done entirely through filesystem operations. To deploy an application you copy it (or move it) into the deploy directory of the server configuration in which you want the application to run. To undeploy an application, you remove it from the deploy directory. Figure 1.9 shows you where the deploy directory is relative to the server’s default configuration.

Figure 1.9. You can deploy an application to the server by copying it into the deploy directory, and you can remove an application by deleting it from the deploy directory.



  

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