Installing and managing Java Web Applications from Plesk

Installing Java Web Applications

You can install Java Web application packages in the Web archive format (WAR).

 

To install a Java Web application:

  1. Go to Plesk Home > Applications and services > Web applications  Java Applications .
  1. Click Install New Application.
  2. Specify the path to an application package you wish to install (this can be an application package in WAR format saved on your computer’s hard drive), or clickBrowse to navigate to it, then click OK.

Now the application is installed and the respective entry is added to the list of installed Java applications (Plesk Home > Applications and services > Web applications  Java Applications).

 

To access the web interface of a Java Web application, do any of the following:

  • Go to Plesk Home > Applications and services > Web applications  Java Applications, and click a respective hyperlink in the Path column.
  • Type the URL in your browser. For example: http://your-domain.com/storefront/.

 

To stop, start or restart a Java Web application:

  1. Go to Plesk Home > Applications and services > Web applications  Java Applications. A list of installed applications will open.
  2. Locate an application on the list, and use the icons in the right part of the list to perform the required operations:
  • To start an application, click the icon .
  • To stop an application, click the icon .
  • To restart an application, click the icon .

 

To uninstall a Java Web application:

  1. Go to Plesk Home > Applications and services > Web applications  Java Applications.
  2. Select a check box corresponding to the application that you no longer need. ClickRemove, confirm the removal and click OK.
  3. The application will be uninstalled and its databases removed from the server.

 

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