Lesson 5: Deploying the application components
To deploy the components in the application, run the application process on the new environment.
- Open the application page by clicking Applications and then clicking the application name.
- In the same row as your environment, click the Request
Process icon, as shown in the following figure.
In the Create Deployment wizard, select the
Go to Choose Component Versions and click .
Make sure that version 1.0 is selected for each component, as shown in the following figure:
You must select a version for each component; if you do not select a version, that component is not deployed.
- Review the deployment settings and click Submit Deployment.
If the process runs successfully, the request shows that each component process is finished, as in the following figure:
In this case, you can view the running application at the following URL, by substituting the host name of your target system for hostname. This is the host name of the agent that you configured in Configuring the agent and target system. In the URL, specify the tomcat.contextroot value that you entered for this environment after the port number.
The application shows a simple online shopping site in the form of a pet store. The following figure shows the home page:
From the home page, click Enter the Store and then browse the items that are available, as shown in the following figure:
Failed. To troubleshoot this failed process, expand the log section for the component, and find the step that failed:
From here, you can look at the command-line output log for each step in the process by clicking the Output Log icon.
This application process installed each of the components in the application by running their component processes.
Application processes can also uninstall or update components or run other configuration tasks for the application and its components.