Getting Started With Sun Java System Application Server 91 Update 2

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Getting Started With Sun
Java System Application
Server 9.1 Update 2
Student Guide
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Contents
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Installing Sun Java System Application Server ......................................................................5
Installing Sun Java System Application Server With MySQL Community Server ..............6
Getting Started With the Application Server Administrative Interfaces ...........................9
Getting Started With the Application Server Command-Line Interface (CLI) .................10
Getting Started With the Admin Console GUI ......................................................................14
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Deploying an Application and Monitoring the Application Server ..................................17
Deploying the hello Sample Application ..............................................................................18
Monitoring the Application Server ..........................................................................................20
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Extending the Application Server Through the Update Center ........................................23
Adding the Java EE 5 Samples Module to the Application Server Through the Update
Center ..........................................................................................................................................24
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Resources for Using Application Server ................................................................................ 27
Sources of Information .............................................................................................................28
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M O D U L E
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Installing Sun Java System Application Server
Objectives
Learn how to install Sun Java System Application Server
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Installing Sun Java System Application Server With MySQL Community Server
Installing Sun Java System Application Server With
MySQL Community Server
The objective of this exercise is to teach you how to install Sun Java System
Application Server With MySQL Community Server from the instructions in the
product documentation.
Preparation
Ensure that the following prerequisites are met:
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Sun Java System Application Server+MySQL bundle is downloaded.
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Java 2 SDK, version 6.0 or a compatible version is installed on the machine
where you are installing the Sun Java System Application Server+MySQL
bundle.
Summary
In this exercise, you will install Sun Java System Application Server With MySQL
Community Server with default options.
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Installing Sun Java System Application Server With MySQL Community Server
To Install Sun Java System Application Server With
MySQL Community Server
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Follow the instructions to install Sun Java System Application Server with MySQL
Community Server (http://docs.sun.com/doc/820-3797/ggkew) in Sun Java
System Application Server 9.1 Update 1 Installation Guide.
When the installation wizard prompts you, specify the following options:
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Default installation directory
Default port assignments
Default administration user name admin
Administration user name and password stored in a file
No upgrade
Update Center Client not enabled
No registration with the SunSM Connection service
No automatic start-up of the default domain
Module 1 • Installing Sun Java System Application Server
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Installing Sun Java System Application Server With MySQL Community Server
Discussion
The benefits of registering the Sun Java System Application Server with the Sun
Connection service are explained in the index.html page in the document root
folder of this domain's default virtual server. This page is available at
http://localhost:8080 on any host where a domain is running.
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M O D U L E
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Getting Started With the Application Server
Administrative Interfaces
Objectives
Become familiar with the Application Server administrative interfaces:
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Command-line interface (CLI)
Admin Console graphical user interface (GUI)
Additional Resources
Tools for Administration (http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3671/ablav) in Sun
Java System Application Server 9.1 Administration Guide .
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Getting Started With the Application Server Command-Line Interface (CLI)
Getting Started With the Application Server
Command-Line Interface (CLI)
The objectives of this exercise are as follows:
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To familiarize you with the Application Server CLI
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To teach you how to start the default domain of an Application Server
installation
Summary
This exercise demonstrates the following features of the Application Server CLI:
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The asadmin utility is the Application Server CLI.
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Application Server administrative tasks are performed through subcommands
of the asadmin utility.
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The asadmin utility displays close matches for mistyped subcommands.
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Online help is available for the asadmin utility and for each subcommand.
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Subcommands can be run as follows:
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From within the asadmin utility
At the shell's command prompt
This exercise also demonstrates how to start the default domain on the different
platforms on which the Application Server is supported.
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Getting Started With the Application Server Command-Line Interface (CLI)
To Explore the asadmin Utility
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In a terminal or shell window, change to the bin subdirectory of the Application
Server installation directory.
prompt% cd as-install/bin
as-install
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The directory where the Application Server software is installed.
Start the asadmin utility.
prompt% asadmin
Use "exit" to exit and "help" for online help.
asadmin>
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Obtain a list of the subcommands of the asadmin utility.
asadmin> help
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Mistype a subcommand of the asadmin utility.
asadmin> start-domian
CLI147 Invalid command, start-domian
Closest matching command(s):
start-domain
Use "help" command for a list of valid commands.
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Obtain help for the start-domain subcommand of the asadmin utility.
a. Obtain help for the subcommand from within the asadmin utility.
asadmin> help start-domain
b. Exit the asadmin utility.
asadmin> exit
c. Obtain help for the subcommand at the shell's command prompt.
prompt% asadmin start-domain --help |more
Module 2 • Getting Started With the Application Server Administrative Interfaces
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Getting Started With the Application Server Command-Line Interface (CLI)
To Start the Default Domain
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Follow the instructions in Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 Administration
Guide (http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3671) for your operating system.
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For the SolarisTM operating system or Linux operating system, follow the
instructions in Starting the Domain
(http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3671/ablbf).
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For the Windows operating system, follow the instructions in Starting the
Default Domain on Windows (http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3671/ablbg).
Confirm that the domain is running by viewing the index.html page at
http://localhost:8080 on the host where the domain is started.
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Getting Started With the Application Server Command-Line Interface (CLI)
Discussion
More information about the Application Server, samples, documentation, and
additional resources, is available at as-install/docs/about.html, where as-install
is the Application Server installation directory.
Module 2 • Getting Started With the Application Server Administrative Interfaces
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Getting Started With the Admin Console GUI
Getting Started With the Admin Console GUI
The objectives of this exercise are as follows:
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To familiarize you with the Admin Console GUI
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To teach you how to obtain more information about the Application Server
from the Admin Console GUI
Summary
This exercise demonstrates the following features of the Admin Console GUI:
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The Admin Console GUI is browser based.
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The navigation tree of the Admin Console GUI provides easy access to the
objects that are to be administered through the GUI.
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Context sensitive online help is available for each page in the Admin Console
GUI.
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Getting Started With the Admin Console GUI
To Explore the Admin Console GUI
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Follow the instructions in Administration Console
(http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3671/ablaw) in Sun Java System Application
Server 9.1 Administration Guide to start the Admin Console on the machine
where you installed the Application Server software.
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Log in to the Admin Console GUI with the default administration user name admin
and the password that you specified when you installed the Application Server
software.
The Common Tasks page is displayed with the navigation tree to the left of the
page.
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In the navigation tree, select the Application Server node.
The Application Server General Information page is displayed.
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In the Application Server General Information page, click Help.
Context-sensitive help for this page is displayed.
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In the navigation tree, expand the Configuration node.
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Under the Configuration node, select something that can be configured, for
example Monitoring.
The appropriate page is displayed.
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In the page that is displayed, click Help.
The help is updated to display context-sensitive help for this page.
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Click Home to return to the Common Tasks page.
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Under Documentation, click Developer's Guide.
The table of contents for Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 Developer's Guide
on the docs.sun.comSM site (http://docs.sun.com) is opened.
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Log out of the Admin Console.
Module 2 • Getting Started With the Application Server Administrative Interfaces
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M O D U L E
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Deploying an Application and Monitoring
the Application Server
Objectives
Learn how to deploy an application in the Application Server.
Become familiar with the monitoring capabilities of the Application Server.
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Deploying the hello Sample Application
Deploying the hello Sample Application
The objective of this exercise is to teach you how to use the Admin Console to
deploy an application in the Application Server.
Summary
In this exercise, you will use the Admin Console to deploy a prepackaged web
application in the Application Server.
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Deploying the hello Sample Application
To Deploy the hello Sample Application
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Follow the instructions in Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 Quick Start
Guide to deploy the hello application by using Admin Console
(http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3193/geyxd).
Module 3 • Deploying an Application and Monitoring the Application Server
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Monitoring the Application Server
Monitoring the Application Server
The objectives of this exercise are as follows:
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To teach you how to enable monitoring for the Application Server
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To introduce the data that the Application Server gathers through monitoring
and in log files
Summary
In this exercise, you will use the Admin Console to familiarize yourself with the
monitoring features of the Application Server.
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Monitoring the Application Server
To Monitor the Application Server
1
Follow the instructions in Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 Administration
Guide to use the Admin Console to set the monitoring level
(http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3671/ablvq) to LOW for the following
components and services:
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JVM
Web Container
Thread Pool
Follow the instructions in the Admin Console online help to perform the
following tasks:
a. Configure call flow monitoring.
b. View monitoring data.
c. Configure the log level of the web container.
d. View the server log.
Module 3 • Deploying an Application and Monitoring the Application Server
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M O D U L E
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Extending the Application Server Through
the Update Center
Objectives
Learn how to use the Update Center to extend the Application Server.
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Adding the Java EE 5 Samples Module to the Application Server Through the Update Center
Adding the Java EE 5 Samples Module to the Application
Server Through the Update Center
The objectives of this exercise are as follows:
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To teach you how to extend the Application Server through the Update Center
To add the Java EE 5 Samples module in preparation for a future lab session
Summary
In this exercise, you will use the Update Center to add the Java EE 5 Samples
module to your installation of the Application Server.
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Adding the Java EE 5 Samples Module to the Application Server Through the Update Center
To Add the Java EE 5 Samples Module to the
Application Server Through the Update Center
1
Follow the instructions in Using the Application Server Update Center
(http://docs.sun.com/doc/820-3530/gewof) in Sun Java System Application
Server 9.1 Update 1-9.1 Update 2 Release Notes to enable the Update Center to
check for updates every Tuesday at 3 PM.
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In the Update Center window, click Help.
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Follow the instructions in the Update Center online help to install the Java EE 5
Samples module.
Module 4 • Extending the Application Server Through the Update Center
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M O D U L E
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Resources for Using Application Server
Objectives
Understand where to find information about how to use Sun Java System
Application Server 9.1 Update 2.
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Sources of Information
Sources of Information
Application Server product documentation:
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Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 Update 1-9.1 Update 2 manuals:
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Manual title listing (http://docs.sun.com/coll/1343.5)
Topic listing (http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-3668/fxiwa)
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Admin Console GUI online help
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Inline help and system text
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CLI help
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Introductory pages that are bundled with the product:
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index.html (http://localhost:8080)
as-install/docs/about.html
as-install/docs/features.html
as-install/docs/QuickStart.html
Additional resources:
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GlassFish User FAQ
(http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/Wiki.jsp?page=GlassFishUserFAQ)
GlassFish Developer FAQ
(http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/
Wiki.jsp?page=GlassFishDeveloperFAQ)
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