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Cargo supports JSR 88: J2EE Application Deployment API, allowing it to be used with any JSR88-compliant container.
The core functionality is implemented by the
o.c.c.container.spi.deployer.AbstractJsr88Deployer class =
(a Deployer implementation), which =
acts as a proxy to the JSR88 DeploymentManager.
The Glassfish 3.x and = Glassfish 4.x remote container= s use the JSR-88 API. For the connection to succeed, the following JARs nee= d to be in the container classpath or in the current Java Thread's context = classloader:
Here is an example code for the users of the Java API:
Here is an example Maven2 plugin configuration: