Create a custom Java administrative client program using WebSphere Application Server administrative Java APIsThis section describes how to develop a Java program using the WAS administrative APIs for accessing the WebSphere administrative system. For more information, view the JMX Javadoc .
- Develop an administrative client program.
- Build the administrative client program by compiling it with javac and providing the location of the necessary JAR files in the classpath argument. For example, if your installation directory is w:\DeploymentManager a typical command would look like the following examplejavac -classpath w:\DeploymentManager\lib\admin.jar;w:\DeploymentManager\lib\wsexception.jar;w:\DeploymentManager\lib\jmxc.jar MyAdminClient.java
- Run the administrative client program by setting up the run-time environment so that the program can find all of the prerequisites. Many of the batch or script files in the bin directory under the installation root perform a similar function. An example of a batch file that runs an administrative client program named MyAdminClient follows@echo off call "%~dp0setupCmdLine.bat" "%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java" "%CLIENTSAS%" "-Dwas.install.root=%WAS_HOME%" "-Dwas.repository.root=%CONFIG_ROOT%" -Dcom.ibm.CORBA.BootstrapHost=%COMPUTERNAME% -classpath "%WAS_CLASSPATH%;w:\DeploymentManager\classes;w:\DeploymentManager\lib\admin.jar; w:\DeploymentManager\lib\wasjmx.jar" MyAdminClient %*