Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Liferay 6.0.6 GlassFish Bundle: Deploy Liferay via GlassFish GUI

1) Start GlassFish server.


2) Wait for the server to start successfully.



3) Browse http://localhost:4848





4) Undeploy Liferay.
a) Click Applications tab.
b) Tick Liferay-portal item.
c) Click Undeploy.


d) The number of remaining applications become 13.



5) Browse URL http://localhost:8080
A default GlassFish page replaced the Liferay page.



6) Check in the [domain1]/applications folder.
If liferay-portal folder still exists, delete it.


7) Run asadmin stop-domain.

8) Restart Windows (to kill remaining process, if any.)

9) Run asadmin start-domain.

10) Browse http://localhost:4848




11) Deploy a new application.
a) Click Applications.
b) Click Deploy.


c) Browse for liferay-portal war file.


d) Set as follows and click OK.


e) After some time, liferay-portal item appears in Applications list.



12) Browse http://localhost:8080 again.
Liferay page replaces GlassFish default page (in Step 5).


TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:
1) The [domain1]/libs has been preloaded with the following files:


2) The [domain1]/config/domain.xml file has been modified specifically with the following values under the <java-config> section:



references:
1) http://www.liferay.com/documentation/liferay-portal/6.0/administration/-/ai/installing-liferay-for-an-enterpri-4
2) http://www.fromdev.com/2010/09/how-to-install-liferay-6x-on-glassfish.html
3) http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8078307/errors-when-deploying-liferay-6-0-6-on-glassfish-3-1-1
4) https://blogs.oracle.com/ashamash/entry/deploying_liferay_into_an_existing
5) http://hobione.wordpress.com/2008/12/08/liferay-portal-on-glassfish-app-server/

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