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We will focus on the classic tools since this is the method that the majority of the community use. The classic deployment tools consists of:

  • wotaskd. A daemon that act acts as a watchdog to send lifeboat lifebeat to the applications its manage + launching and stopping applications. Source code is available and it's actually a Project Wonder application!
  • Module for your Web server software (Apache or IIS). If a module dondoesn't exist for your preferred Web server, you can use a CGI.
  • JavaMonitor. A Web GUI to manage wotaskd configuration (which is a XML file). It's optional, and you can manage multiple instances of wotaskd with a single JavaMonitor installation. JavaMonitor also have has REST APIs so that you can manage the configuration by command-line or by a JavaScript app.

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  • /Library/WebObjects/Applications (on OS X)
  • /opt/Local/Library/WebObjects/Applications (on other UNIX systems systems other than OS X, like Linux, BSD or Solaris)

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  • /Library/WebServer/Documents/WebObjects (on OS X)
  • /opt/Local/Library/WebServer/Documents/WebObjects (on other UNIX systems other than OS X, like Linux, BSD or Solaris)

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