tell me more icon Running and Testing a JSP Page

The JDeveloper IDE includes a Java EE runtime service for packaged archive deployment called Integrated WebLogic Server. Based on zero-copy deployment, Integrated WebLogic Server lets you run and test an application and its projects as a Java EE application in a Java EE container. Integrated WebLogic Server instances can be bound to applications and then started, stopped, and debugged.

By default, JDeveloper automatically configures a server instance named Integrated WebLogic Server that references a user-specific instance of WebLogic Server bundled with the IDE. No special connection setup is required to use Integrated WebLogic Server. You can run the entire application, a project, or individual JSF pages.

When you run a JSF application from the IDE, JDeveloper automatically:

  • Starts Integrated WebLogic Server, if not already running.
  • Compiles and deploys the application to Integrated WebLogic Server.
  • Starts the integrated server process.
  • Launches the application in your default browser using the following default address:
    http://<machine_IP_address>:<http_port>/<application_name>-<project_name>-context-root>/faces/<path_to_JSP>

To stop the application, in JDeveloper click terminate icon Terminate and choose the application bound server instance from the dropdown menu (for example, BrowseEditApp):

Terminate dropdown menu

Note: Terminating the application stops and undeploys the application from Integrated WebLogic Server but it does not terminate the server instance.

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