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  1. In the Tooling interface, navigate to Developer Studio Dashboard, and click Server under Add Server.

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  2. In the Define a New Server dialog box, expand the WSO2 folder and select the version of your server. In this case, it is WSO2 ESB Server 5.0.0.
  3. Click Next. In the CARBON_HOME field, provide the path to your product's home directory and then click Next again. For example,
  4. Review the default port details for your server and click Next.
    Typically, you can leave these unchanged but if you are already running another server on these ports, give unused ports here.

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    Tip: See Default Ports of WSO2 Products for more information.

  5. To deploy the C-App project to your server, select SampleServicesCompositeApplication from the list, click Add to move it into the Configured list, and then click Finish.


  6. Note that your server is now added to the Tooling interface.

  7. On the Servers tab, note that the server is currently stopped. Click the "start the server" icon on the Servers tab's toolbar. If prompted to save changes to any of the artifact files you created earlier, click Yes

  8. As the server starts, the Console tab appears. Note messages indicating that the Composite app was successfully deployed. The C-App is now available in the product's Management Console, under Manage -> Carbon Applications -> List.

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