How do I deploy to multiple servers using the same context root?

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How do I deploy to multiple servers using the same context root?

Jul 2, 2018 in DevOps Tools by Hannah
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  If you're deploying to multiple servers with the same deployment manager, you must give each WDP configuration a unique "Application Name" for the job.
    For example, if you are deploying to DEV & QA, you can use application names like "myapp-dev" and "myapp-qa". This will allow you to deploy the same context root ("/myapp" for example) on both servers, regardless of whether the is a cluster or a single node in either DEV or QA.

answered Jul 2, 2018 by Kalgi
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