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Web app deployment in bambooIn this article, we are going to take a look at how to deploy war file to Tomcat using Bamboo. Here is the list of steps you need to follow.
- Create a new build plan which will checkout the source code of web application from repository.
- Use maven or gradle task to build and package the application. This will create the .war file in output directory.
- Create a artifact definition to copy this war file and save on the server. Ensure that this artifact is shared.
- Create a deployment project for this build plan.
- Add tomcat deployment task to deploy the .war file
- Add maven package task in Bamboo
- Create war artifact in Bamboo
- Tomcat Manager url – By default it is https://localhost:8080/manager
- You need to also provide the username and password for tomcat manager
- Finally you have to give application context path
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