Reposting in the 'Platform Development' Section from original Post in User Forum - http://www.tersus.com/#Id=7207:
I am wondering what the preferred deployment method is for Tersus users.
I like the possibility of managing the applications on the server, but this requires the full Tersus Studio installation, including Eclipse: Has anyone looked into the potential security issues with this scenario?
If Tersus Studio could deploy directly to the server, without having to go through the process of copying the application over and creating the Application Context File, that would be great, as that would ease not only security considerations but also the need to have the entire environment running on the server and using up resources.
Inasmuch as you have created Tersus Studio, would Tersus consider creating a Server deployment package that included a base configuration (that included the JRE, JavaMail, JAI, Tomcat, HSQLDB, Driver and Tersus Server as known and working versions)?
I think ideally, the possibility of using Tersus Studio to remotely update/manage/etc the applications would be an ideal solution.
Are people mainly deploying in-house?
I suppose that what I am looking at here is the ability to deploy, much like the Quick Hosting solution provided by Tersus, on a local server.
How this would tie in with Starting and Stopping the Application/s I'm not sure, but it would be nice to be able to do so from a remote instance of Tersus Studio.
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