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Auto undeploying application

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rekha123
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We have one application deployed in glassfish 3.1.
It automatically undeploy the application from the server.
We disabled the auto deploy and reload checkbox in the application
configuration tab.
Is there any reason for auto undeploying the application ?
we really need your help.Please suggest the solution ASAP ....

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hzhang_jn
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How was the application deployed? If it's not deployed through
autodeploy or dynamic reload, the autodeploy and reload check box are
not really applicable here. How did you discover the application was
undeployed? If an application is deployed successfully in its initial
deployment, there should not be anything to undeploy the application
unless user issues an undeploy request. If the application is not
available after server restart, it's possible that the application fails
to load during server restart, and in that case you should check the
server.log to see if there are exception, stack traces in the server.log
to help understand why it failed to reload..

- Hong

On 12/26/2012 5:18 AM, forums@java.net wrote:
> We have one application deployed in glassfish 3.1. It automatically
> undeploy
> the application from the server. We disabled the auto deploy and reload
> checkbox in the application configuration tab. Is there any reason for
> auto
> undeploying the application ? we really need your help.Please suggest the
> solution ASAP ....
>
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rekha123
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we deployed the war file from the admin console .we need to reload the server using script after 1hr just b'cz to reload some of the module for the actual response.
But after reload we don't find the deployed application in the applications folder.

hzhang_jn
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When you say reload the sever, did you mean restart the server? Anything
in the server.log when the server is restarted? In a normal server
restart, all the previously deployed applications will be loaded and
available after the server starts up.

- Hong

On 12/27/2012 12:16 AM, forums@java.net wrote:
> we deployed the war file from the admin console .we need to reload the
> server
> using script after 1hr just b'cz to reload some of the module for the
> actual
> response. But after reload we don't find the deployed application in the
> applications folder.
>
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>
> [Message sent by forum member 'rekha123']
>
> View Post: http://forums.java.net/node/893460
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