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The following examples demonstrate how to configure Resin 3.0.15=
to start in
target/resin3x and deploy a WAR located in
path/to/simple.war using the Java API. The default port is 8080. Ple=
ase note that the
methods wait until the container is fully started and fully stopped=
before continuing. Thus, for any action you are executing after, you are a=
ssured the container is completely operational.
Static deployment means that the D= eployable is deployed before the container is started. Here's an exampl= e using the strongly typed Java API:=20 =20
Here's the same example using the generic untyped API (which we recommen= d as it leads to more generic code):=20 =20
Hot deployment means that = the Deployable is deployed after the container is started.=20 =20
For a detailed documentation on how to use Cargo for executing functiona= l tests on a container, directly from your Java unit test classes (JUnit, T= estNG, etc), read our Functio= nal testing page.