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10.3. Deploy with the Management CLI

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10.3.1. Manage Application Deployment in the Management CLI

Deploying applications via the Management CLI gives you the benefit of single command line interface with the ability to create and run deployment scripts. You can use this scripting ability to configure specific application deployment and management scenarios. You can manage the deployment status of a single server in the case of a standalone instance, or an entire network of servers in the case of a managed domain.

10.3.2. Deploy an Application in a Standalone Server Using the Management CLI

Procedure 10.4. Deploy an Application in a Standalone Server

  • Run the deploy command

    From the Management CLI, enter the deploy command with the path to the application deployment.

    Example 10.1. The Deploy command

    [standalone@localhost:9999 /] deploy /path/to/test-application.war
    Note that a successful deploy does not produce any output to the CLI.
Result

The specified application is now deployed in the standalone server.

10.3.3. Undeploy an Application in a Standalone Server Using the Management CLI

Procedure 10.5. Undeploy an Application in a Standalone Server

By default the undeploy command will undeploy and delete the deployment content from a standalone instance of JBoss EAP. To retain the deployment content, add the parameter --keep-content.
  • Run the undeploy command

    To undeploy the application and delete the deployment content, enter the Management CLI undeploy command with the filename of the application deployment.
    [standalone@localhost:9999 /] undeploy test-application.war
    To undeploy the application, but retain the deployment content, enter the Management CLI undeploy command with the filename of the application deployment and the parameter --keep-content.
    [standalone@localhost:9999 /] undeploy test-application.war --keep-content
Result

The specified application is now undeployed. Note that the undeploy command does not produce any output to the Management CLI if it is successful.

10.3.4. Deploy an Application in a Managed Domain Using the Management CLI

Procedure 10.6. Deploy an Application in a Managed Domain

  • Run the deploy command

    From the Management CLI, enter the deploy command with the path to the application deployment. Include the --all-server-groups parameter to deploy to all server groups.
    [domain@localhost:9999 /] deploy /path/to/test-application.war --all-server-groups
    • Alternatively, define specific server groups for the deployment with the --server-groups parameter.
      [domain@localhost:9999 /] deploy /path/to/test-application.war --server-groups=server_group_1,server_group_2
    Note that a successful deploy does not produce any output to the CLI.
Result

The specified application is now deployed to a server group in your managed domain.

10.3.5. Undeploy an Application in a Managed Domain Using the Management CLI

Procedure 10.7. Undeploy an Application in a Managed Domain

  • Run the undeploy command

    From the Management CLI, enter the undeploy command with the filename of the application deployment. The application can be undeployed from any server group that it was originally deployed to with the addition of the --all-relevant-server-groups parameter.
    [domain@localhost:9999 /] undeploy test-application.war --all-relevant-server-groups
    Note that a successful undeploy does not produce any output to the CLI.
Result

The specified application is now undeployed.

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