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Deploying a j2ee war file to Oracle AS 10G Release 3

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First of all I am no programmer, just a technical engineer. I have been assigned with a task to port over our application which was on Tomcat to the Oracle Application Server (AS) 10G Release 3.

We develop our application using Eclipse and normally we don't do deployment by jar, war or ear. We do it by the old way (copy the folders over to the Tomcat webapps folder).

By using MyEclipse plugin, we manager to create a war file and try to deploy it over to the AS. I have been trying to seach the web/googling for a deployment guide and found nothing related to the latest AS release. The most recent ones were for the AS Release 2 and i can't get the examples provided in the guide to work in Release 3.

So could anyone enlighten me or provide me a how to's into deploying this war file and all the relevant stuff? BTW our database is on another server running oracle 10G Database Release 2 and i am working in a Windows XP platform.

Thanks in advance!
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Go into the enterprise manager.  It should be http://host:1810 and access your middle-tier

Create an OC4J instance and name it whetever you want...

Open the OC4J instance and click "Deploy War file"
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