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    Product
    HCL Launch
    Type
    plugin
    Compatibility
    HCL Launch version 7.0 or later
    Created by
    HCL Software
    Website
    Published Date
    May 31st, 2021
    Last Updated
    April 14th, 2022

    Description

    The wldeploy Ant task is used to complete weblogic.Deployer functions by using attributes that are specified in an Ant XML file. You can use the wldeploy Ant task with other WebLogic Server Ant tasks to create a single Ant build script.

    With the Oracle WeblLogic WLDeploy plugin, you can run a wldeploy Ant task as part of a deployment process. This plug-in also provides steps for other deployment actions such as: undeploy, deploy, and redeploy. It also can be used to start and stop WebLogic servers and clusters.

    Quick Info

    Product
    HCL Launch
    Type
    plugin
    Compatibility
    HCL Launch version 7.0 or later
    Created by
    HCL Software
    Website
    Published Date
    May 31st, 2021
    Last Updated
    April 14th, 2022

    launch-wl-25.1103454.zip

    Uploaded: 14-Apr-2021 08:53

    launch-wl-25.1100712.zip

    Uploaded: 16-Mar-2021 11:54

    Summary

    The Oracle WLDeploy plugin automates managing and deploying applications to one or more WebLogic servers. You can complete the following tasks with the plugin:

    • Start and stop a WebLogic server
    • Check the status of an application
    • Determine the available applications on a WebLogic server
    • Deploy an application to a WebLogic server

    This plugin includes one or more steps, click Steps for step details and properties.

    Compatibility

    This plugin requires HCL Launch version 7.0 or later.

    This plugin supports Oracle WebLogic server version 10.3 and later.

    This plugin runs on all operating systems that HCL Launch supports.

    Installation

    See Installing plugins in HCL Launch for installing and removing plugins.

    History

    The following table describes the changes made in each plugin version.

    Plugin history details
    Version Description
    25 Minor enhancements

    Usage

    Use the WLDeploy plugin to deploy, remove, or redeploy Java applications on a WebLogic server or cluster as a step in your deployment process. You can design your process to start and stop WebLogic servers or clusters and query the server about the status of an application.

    With the Run WLDeploy step, you can run the Oracle wldeploy Ant Task, and you can specify wldeploy attributes in the step. For available attribute details, see the Oracle Help Center wldeploy Ant Task Reference topic.

    Before you begin verify that a Java SDK is installed.

    Step palette

    To access this plugin in the palette, click Application Server > Java > WebLogic WLDeploy.

    Steps

    The following process steps are available in the Oracle WebLogic WLDeploy plugin.

    Check Application on Targets

    Check the status of an application on target servers and clusters

    Input properties for the Check Application on Targets step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dprop=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    Application Name String The name of the application. Yes
    Expected Status String The status string to check against. Yes
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The jmx administration URL of the WebLogic server. This is used when starting, stopping, and checking status of targets. No
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Targets String A comma-separated list of target servers to deploy to. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    User Config File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. Yes

    Check Targets

    Examine target servers for the RUNNING status. This step will only succeed if all specified servers are RUNNING.

    Input properties for the Check Targets step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dprop=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The JMX administration URL of the WebLogic server. This URL is used when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. No
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Targets String Specify a comma-separated list of servers to check for a RUNNING status. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    User Configuration File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. Yes

    List Applications on Targets

    List all AppDeployments for each target and set as output properties.

    Input properties for the List Applications on Targets step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dprop=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The JMX administration URL of the WebLogic server. This URL is used when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. No
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Targets String A comma-separated list of target servers to deploy to. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    User Configuration File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are< stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. Yes

    Run WLDeploy

    Run a WLDeploy Ant task.

    Input properties for the Run WLDeploy step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional Properties String A new-line separated list of additional properties to be used as part of the wldeploy Ant task. Use this format: property_name=value\nname=value\n. No
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property_name=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dproperty_name=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    Alternate Application Descriptor String The alternate application descriptor file name. No
    Alternate WLS Application Descriptor String The alternate WebLogic server application descriptor file name. No
    Application Name String The name of the application. Yes
    Application Version String The version of the application that is specified in the Alternate WLS Application Description property. No
    Deployment Plan String The name of the deployment plan. No
    Deployment Plan Version String The version of the deployment plan that is specified in the Deployment Plan property. No
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The JMX administration URL of the WebLogic server. This URL is used when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. No
    Operation Enumeration The wldeploy Ant task action to perform. Valid values are deploy, undeploy, distribute, redeploy, start, and stop. Yes
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Remote Boolean Enable this property if you are deploying to a remote computer that is not the same computer that this agent runs on. No
    Retire Timeout String The timeout value that specifies when to retire the currently running version. Specify this property if the wldeploy task is start, redeploy, or deploy. No
    Source to deploy String The fully qualified path of the source to deploy. No
    Targets String A comma-separated list of the names of target servers to deploy to. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    Task ID String The id for looking up the task. No
    User Config File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start and stop the WebLogic server. Yes

    Start Targets

    Start the target server and clusters

    Input properties for the Start Targets step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dprop=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The JMX administration URL of the WebLogic server. This URL is used when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. No
    On Failure Enumeration Choice of action when any of the targets fail to start. Valid values are fail and warn. Fail: Step will attempt to start all targets, and will fail at the end if any of the targets failed to start. Warn: Step will continue on if an override failure occurs, and print a warning declaring the target that failed to start. Yes
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Targets String A comma-separated list of the names of the target servers to deploy to. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    Timeout String The time after which the attempt to start the targets times out. Specify the value in seconds. The default value is 2 minutes. Yes
    User Configuration File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. Yes

    Stop Targets

    Stop the target server and clusters

    Input properties for the Stop Targets step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dprop=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    Force Boolean Use the force shutdown command instead of a simple shutdown command. Yes
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The JMX administration URL of the WebLogic server. This URL is used when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. No
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Targets String A comma-separated list of target servers to deploy to. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    User Configuration File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. Yes

    Wait for Application on Targets

    Wait for the status of application on target servers and clusters to be running

    Input properties for the Wait for Application on Targets step
    Name Type Description Required
    Additional System Properties String A new-line separated list of Java system properties to be added on the command line. Specify each property in this format: property=value. The property is added to the command line as follows: -Dprop=value. No
    Administration URL String The administration URL of the WebLogic server. Yes
    Application Name String The name of the application. Yes
    Expected Status String The status string to should check against. Yes
    JAVA_HOME String The fully qualified path to the Java installation. Provide a value to overwrite the JAVA_HOME environment variable. If this property is not specified, the default value is the system environment variable. No
    JMX Administration URL String The JMX administration URL of the WebLogic server. This URL is used when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. No
    Password Password The password to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    Targets String A comma-separated list of target servers to deploy to. For example: target1,target2. Yes
    User Configuration File String The path to the configuration file where the encrypted user name and password are stored. No
    User Key File String The path to the key file where the decryption key for the user name and password are stored. No
    User Name String The user name to use to connect to the WebLogic server. If the user name and password are encrypted, leave this property blank and specify the User Configuration File and User Key File properties. No
    WLDeploy Ant Task JAR String The fully-qualified path to the WebLogic WLDeploy Ant Task JAR file or full client JAR file. This property is required when you start, stop, and check the status of targets. Yes