Updated: 7 hours 40 min ago
Here is how you can automate deployment for WebLogic server using the command line.First source the env settings from the server:$ source $ML_HOME/server/bin/setWLSEnv.sh
Deploy Library:$ java weblogic.Deployer -nostage -deploy -library \
-adminurl localhost:7001 \
-username weblogic -password my_secret \
-targets myserver \
There are plans to expand this demo project with various integration scenarios or use cases, but for now we start with just a single story around using a JBoss Fuse camel route to interact with a rules and process project deployed onto JBoss BPM Suite.
[This article was written by Nati Shalom.]
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Whenever I need inspiration for a blog post, I check my LinkedIn feed. I am bound to find a stupid inspirational quote. Today’s is:
In most cases being a good boss means hiring talented people and then getting out of their way.
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