The 2 projects "Administration" and "IvyCommons" are deployed on server in a "system" application. How can we deploy our project, that should be common/standalone out of all applications?

asked 02.06.2014 at 12:07

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Karel Tauser
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You mean how you can deploy your project "X" with dependencies on "IvyCommons" and "Administration" without deploying the two additional projects?

(02.06.2014 at 12:42) Daniel Oechslin Daniel%20Oechslin's gravatar image

No. We have own X project (no dependency on IvyCommons and Admnistration - these are Ivy "system" projects). But we would have X also in scope of ivy system application.

(02.06.2014 at 12:46) Karel Tauser Karel%20Tauser's gravatar image

Copy all files of your project into the folder C:\XIVY\beta\Server\XpertIvyServer5.1.0.45606_Windows_x64\applications\System{your project name}\1 and it will be automatically deployed to the System application during the first startup of Xpert.ivy Server.

Before 7.4.0 If your ivy engine is version 7.3.1 and earlier. You may need to configure the following property. Since 7.4.0 this is not need anymore. If you already started your server once. Configure the following Java System Property so that the directory is rescanned during the startup of the server:


This can be done on Windows with a *.ilc file as follows:


answered 03.06.2014 at 11:58

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edited 20.05.2019 at 10:55

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on a linux server you just add

JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Dch.ivyteam.ivy.server.rescanApplications=true"

to the file AxonIvyEngine/bin/AxonIvyEngine.conf

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