6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 21, 2017 2:47 AM by ehugonnet

    Can't see the .war after deploy

    Gustavo Adolfo de la Fuente Newbie

      After I deployed an aplication from management interface on port 9990...it works perfect!!!

       

      But... (there is always a but...)  I cant see the .war in %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\deployments directory.

       

      If I need to check a file...where I can found it?

       

      Thanks in advance!!

        • 1. Re: Can't see the .war after deploy
          Abhijit Humbe Master

          If the application is deployed through management console and CLI utility it goes under $JBOSS_HOME/standalone/data directory.

          • 2. Re: Can't see the .war after deploy
            Gustavo Adolfo de la Fuente Newbie

            Thank you very much Abhijit Humbe for your quick reply!

             

            When I look in the directory that you indicated I did not find it.

             

            But your answer led me to perform a search in all the subdirectories of the wildfly (Before it I did not know if the deployment copied it into the structure of the wildfly or left it from where I had done the deploy)

             

            In short, thanks to your answer I found it in the %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\temp\  directory!!

             

            And the new questions are: 

             

            Should I do anything to get my war file to pass from %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\temp\  directory to %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\data\  ?

             

            Is there something wrong with my installation? I use: WildFly 10.0 Final in WIndows 10

             

            Thanks in advance!!

            • 3. Re: Can't see the .war after deploy
              Claudio Miranda Apprentice

              Users may deploy in two ways
              - manually copy files to deployments directory (only standalone mode)

              - use web console or jboss-cli to upload deployment, this mechanism will upload archives and will store it under directories named with hash number and will rename the archibe to "content", as this example:

               

              /opt/jboss-eap-7.0/domain/data/content/0b/69c3e47f28b29327fb3a98b6928e84851ed8f3/content

               

              You can look at domain.xml for the deployments section

              <deployment name="wildfly-helloworld.war" runtime-name="wildfly-helloworld.war">

                  <content sha1="0b69c3e47f28b29327fb3a98b6928e84851ed8f3"/>

              </deployment>

               

              You can retrieve the archive from data directory, but I would not trust files from temp directories,

              • 4. Re: Can't see the .war after deploy
                Gustavo Adolfo de la Fuente Newbie

                Thank you Claudio Miranda 4 your reply!

                 

                I perform the manual deployment of the oracle driver (odbc6.jar) and the deployment of my application through the browser on port 9990 and both work very well!

                 

                I agree with you that we can not rely on temporary directories, because of this I want to verify that the directory where my application was deployed

                 

                (%WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\tmp) is correct in the windows 10 environment and the wildfly version 10.0 final

                 

                Here are the files I have found:

                 

                C:\wildfly10\standalone\tmp>dir

                El volumen de la unidad C es Windows

                El número de serie del volumen es: FC9F-0C95

                 

                Directorio de C:\wildfly10\standalone\tmp

                 

                15/08/2017  04:38 p. m.    <DIR>          .

                15/08/2017  04:38 p. m.    <DIR>          ..

                11/08/2017  03:38 p. m.    <DIR>          auth

                15/08/2017  05:01 p. m.    <DIR>          openspecimen.war

                15/08/2017  04:38 p. m.                21 startup-marker

                15/08/2017  04:37 p. m.    <DIR>          vfs

                               1 archivos             21 bytes

                 

                 

                I think the ../opt directory is proper Of linux environments.

                 

                 

                I think the ../opt directory (you indicated) is specific to linux environments...Am I wrong?

                 

                Actually ... I want to know if my installation has something wrongly configured, because it's working fine, but in the %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\tmp directory.

                 

                %WILDFLY_HOME% is set to: C:\wildfly10

                 

                Thanks again...

                 

                Gustavo

                • 5. Re: Can't see the .war after deploy
                  Claudio Miranda Apprentice

                  > I think the ../opt directory (you indicated) is specific to linux environments...Am I wrong?

                   

                  Correct, linux and windows differs in the path separator.

                   

                  > Actually ... I want to know if my installation has something wrongly configured, because it's working fine, but in the %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\tmp directory.

                   

                  Look in the WILDFLY_HOME/log/server.log if there are error messages.

                  The tmp directory is used only for temporary data, not sure what information you want to extract from there.

                  • 6. Re: Can't see the .war after deploy
                    ehugonnet Apprentice

                    During runtime the enabled war files are exploded by vfs in the tmp directory. Those files will be deleted on stop / restart  / disable.

                    The reference content is in the content data directory for recreating the tmp files.