Administer applications 

The wsadmin utility is a tool provided with WAS that you can use to manage applications hosted by the WAS, including IBM Connections.

The wsadmin tool runs IBM Connections script-based commands that you enter into a wsadmin command session. Behind the scenes, these scripts are based on the Jython scripting language, and they invoke WAS and IBM Connections commands that do the actual work. These scripts can both change XML-based file values that control an application's configuration and run IBM Connections-supplied MBean commands, which are grouped into services that perform related tasks, such as managing application membership.

You can change the behavior of IBM Connections by using the wsadmin client to perform one of the following actions:

Edit configuration properties

Run administrative commands

For more detailed information about the wsadmin tool, go to the IBM WAS information center at the following web site:

Parent topic

Administer IBM Connections