to put a project into production. A project goes through specification, coding, testing and when you are sure it
is all working properly, you deploy it. Often this means running the code on a high capacity production server.
It means turning off debugging code and sometimes turning off assertion checking. It includes setting up the
necessary Java run time (JRE (Java Runtime Environment)) and batch files. With JET (Just Enough Time) includes installing a natively complied version of the
Java class library. It would also include installing an SQL (Standard Query Language) server.
Oracle’s Technote Guide on deployment : available: