Is it possible to directly include a .war file in a CICS Bundle project using CICS Explorer? I mean not using the "Include Dynamic Web Project in Bundle" wizard in CICS Explorer, because this wizard requires a project, not a .war file.
Additionally, would it be possible to later deploy that CICS bundle into CICS using CICS Explorer? The exporting action "z/OS Unix File System as Bundle Project" could also require a reference to a project, not to a .war file.
One possible solution could be to create by hand the USS directory structure and copy there the involved files.
Pinned topic How to include a .war in a CICS bundle in CICS 5.1 Open Beta.
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Updated on 2012-09-03T11:06:30Z at 2012-09-03T11:06:30Z by jacorona
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK124 Posts
Re: How to include a .war in a CICS bundle in CICS 5.1 Open Beta.2012-08-24T14:53:26ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi Alfonzo,
CICS 5.1 Open Beta offers 3 ways to deploy a Web Application.
1) Via a CICS bundle using he "Include Dynamic Web Project in Bundle" wizard in CICS Explorer
2) Directly place the .war file in the dropins directory of the Liberty server config
3) Define an application in the server.xml (http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v8r5/topic/com.ibm.websphere.wlp.iseries.doc/autodita/rwlp_metatype_4ic.html)
jacorona 110000DQR815 Posts
Re: How to include a .war in a CICS bundle in CICS 5.1 Open Beta.2012-09-03T11:06:30ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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Thank you for answer and sorry for the delaying mine. I've been on holidays a few days.