Commands for the AdminConfig object

 

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Use the AdminConfig object to invoke configuration commands and to create or change elements of the WAS configuration, for example, creating a data source.

You can start the scripting client without a running server, if you only want to use local operations. To run in local mode, use the -conntype NONE option to start the scripting client. You receive a message that you are running in the local mode. If a server is currently running, running the AdminConfig tool in local mode is not recommended. This is because any configuration changes made in local mode will not be reflected in the running server configuration and vice versa. If you save a conflicting configuration, you could corrupt the configuration. In a deployment manager environment, configuration updates are available only if a scripting client is connected to a deployment manager. When connected to a node agent or a managed application server, you will not be able to update the configuration because the configuration for these server processes are copies of the master configuration which resides in the deployment manager. The copies are created on a node machine when a configuration synchronization occurs between the deployment manager and the node agent. Make configuration changes to the server processes by connecting a scripting client to a deployment manager. For this reason, to change a configuration, do not run a scripting client in local mode on a node machine. It is not a supported configuration.

The following commands are available for the AdminConfig object:

 


attributes

Returns a list of the top level attributes for a given type.

  • Parameters: object type

    The name of the object type that you input here is the one based on the XML configuration files and does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

  • Returns: A list of attributes.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig attributes ApplicationServer

Jython

print AdminConfig.attributes('ApplicationServer')

Example output

"properties Property*" "serverSecurity ServerSecurity" 
"server Server@" "id Long" "stateManagement StateManageable" 
"name String" "moduleVisibility EEnumLiteral(MODULE, 
COMPATIBILITY, SERVER, APPLICATION)" "services Service*" 
"statisticsProvider StatisticsProvider" 

 


checkin

Checks a file that the document URI describes into the configuration repository.

This method only applies to deployment manager configurations.

  • Parameters: document URI, filename, opaque object

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig checkin cells/MyCell/Node/MyNode/serverindex.xml c:\\mydir\myfile $obj

Jython

AdminConfig.checkin('cells/MyCell/Node/MyNode/serverindex.xml', 'c:\mydir\myfile',  obj)

The document URI is relative to the root of the configuration repository, for example, c:\WebSphere\AppServer\config.

The file that is specified by filename is used as the source of the file to check. The opaque object is an object that the extract command of the AdminConfig object returns by a prior call.

 


convertToCluster

Converts a server so that it is the first member of a new server cluster.

  • Parameters: server ID, cluster name

  • Returns: The configuration ID of the new cluster.

Example usage:

Jacl

set serverid [$AdminConfig getid /Server:myServer/]
$AdminConfig convertToCluster $serverid myCluster

Jython

serverid = AdminConfig.getid('/Server:myServer/')
AdminConfig.convertToCluster(serverid, 'myCluster')

Example output

myCluster(cells/mycell/clusters/myCluster|cluster.xml#ClusterMember_2

 


create

Creates configuration objects.

  • Parameters using Jacl: type- string; parent ID- string; attributes- string

  • Parameters using Jython: type- string; parent ID- string; attributes- string or type- string; parent ID- string; attributes- Jython list

  • Returns: A string with configuration object names.

The name of the object type that you input here is the one that is based on the XML configuration files. This name does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

Example usage:

Jacl

set jdbc1 [$AdminConfig getid /JDBCProvider:jdbc1/]
$AdminConfig create DataSource $jdbc1 {{name ds1}}

Jython with string attributes

jdbc1 = AdminConfig.getid('/JDBCProvider:jdbc1/')
AdminConfig.create('DataSource', jdbc1, '[[name ds1]]')

Jython with object attributes

jdbc1 = AdminConfig.getid('/JDBCProvider:jdbc1/')
AdminConfig.create('DataSource', jdbc1, [['name', 'ds1']])

Example output

ds1(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/server1|resources.xml#DataSource_6)

 


createClusterMember

Creates a new server as a member of an existing cluster.

This method creates a new server object on the node that the node id parameter specifies. This server is created as a new member of the existing cluster that is specified by the cluster id parameter, and contains attributes that are specified in the member attributes parameter. The server is created using the server template that is specified by the template id attribute, and that contains the name specified by the memberName attribute. The memberName attribute is required.

  • Parameters using Jacl: cluster ID- string; node ID- string; member attributes- string

  • Parameters using Jython: cluster ID- string; node ID- string; member attributes- string or cluster ID- string; node ID- string; member attributes- Jython list

  • Returns: The configuration ID of the new cluster member.

The name of the object type that you input here is the one that is based on the XML configuration files. This name does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

Example usage:

Jacl

set clid [$AdminConfig getid /ServerCluster:myCluster/]
set nodeid [$AdminConfig getid /Node:mynode/]
$AdminConfig createClusterMember $clid $nodeid {{memberName newMem1} {weight 5}}

Jython with string attributes

clid = AdminConfig.getid('/ServerCluster:myCluster/') 
nodeid = AdminConfig.getid('/Node:mynode/')
AdminConfig.createClusterMember(clid, nodeid, '[[memberName newMem1] [weight 5]]')

Jython with object attributes

clid = AdminConfig.getid('/ServerCluster:myCluster/') 
nodeid = AdminConfig.getid('/Node:mynode/') 
AdminConfig.createClusterMember(clid, nodeid, [['memberName', 'newMem1'], ['weight', 5]])

Example output

myCluster(cells/mycell/clusters/myCluster|cluster.xml#ClusterMember_2)

 


createDocument

Creates a new document in the configuration repository.

The documentURI parameter names the document to create in the repository. The filename parameter must be a valid local file name where the contents of the document exist.

  • Parameters: documentURI, filename

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig createDocument cells/mycell/myfile.xml c:\\mydir\\myfile

Jython

AdminConfig.createDocument('cells/mycell/myfile.xml', 'c:\mydir\myfile')

 


createUsingTemplate

Creates a type of object with the given parent, using a template.

  • Parameters using Jacl: type- string; parent id-string; attributes-string; template ID-string

  • Parameters using Jython: type-string; parent id- string; attributes-string; template ID-string or type-string; parent id-string; attributes- Jython list; template ID-string

  • Returns: The configuration ID of a new object.

Example usage:

Jacl

set node [$AdminConfig getid /Node:mynode/]
set templ [$AdminConfig listTemplates JDBCProvider "DB2 JDBC Provider (XA)"]
$AdminConfig createUsingTemplate JDBCProvider $node {{name newdriver}} $templ 

Jython using string attributes

node = AdminConfig.getid('/Node:mynode/')
templ = AdminConfig.listTemplates('JDBCProvider', "DB2 JDBC Provider (XA)")
AdminConfig.createUsingTemplate('JDBCProvider', node, '[[name newdriver]]', templ)

Jython using object attributes

node = AdminConfig.getid('/Node:mynode/')
templ = AdminConfig.listTemplates('JDBCProvider', "DB2 JDBC Provider (XA)")
AdminConfig.createUsingTemplate('JDBCProvider', node, [['name', 'newdriver']], templ)

 


defaults

Displays the default values for attributes of a given type.

This method displays all of the possible attributes contained by an object of a specific type. If the attribute has a default value, this method also displays the type and default value for each attribute.

  • Parameters: type

    The name of the object type that you input here is the one based on the XML configuration files. This name does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

  • Returns: A string that contains a list of attributes with its type and value.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig defaults TuningParams

Jython

print AdminConfig.defaults('TuningParams')

Example output

Attribute               Type      Default

usingMultiRowSchema     Boolean  false
maxInMemorySessionCount Integer  1000
allowOverflow           Boolean  true
scheduleInvalidation    Boolean  false
writeFrequency          ENUM
writeInterval           Integer  120
writeContents           ENUM
invalidationTimeout     Integer  30
invalidationSchedule    InvalidationSchedule

 


deleteDocument

Deletes a document from the configuration repository.

The documentURI parameter names the document to delete from the repository.

  • Parameters: documentURI

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig deleteDocument cells/mycell/myfile.xml

Jython

AdminConfig.deleteDocument('cells/mycell/myfile.xml')

 


existsDocument

Tests for the existence of a document in the configuration repository.

The documentURI parameter names the document to test in the repository.

  • Parameters: documentURI

  • Returns: A true value, if the document exists.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig existsDocument cells/mycell/myfile.xml

Jython

AdminConfig.existsDocument('cells/mycell/myfile.xml')

Example output

1

 


extract

Extracts a configuration repository file that is described by the document URI and places it in the file named by filename. This method only applies to deployment manager configurations.

  • Parameters: document URI, filename

  • Returns: An opaque java.lang.Object to use when checking in the file.

Example usage:

Jacl

set obj [$AdminConfig extract cells/MyCell/nodes/MyNode/serverindex.xml c:\\mydir\myfile] 

Jython

obj = AdminConfig.extract('cells/MyCell/nodes/MyNode/serverindex.xml',  'c:\mydir\myfile')

The document URI is relative to the root of the configuration repository, for example, c:\WebSphere\AppServer\config.

If the file that is specified by the filename parameter exists, the extracted file replaces it.

 


getCrossDocumentValidationEnabled

Returns a message with the current cross-document enablement setting.

This method returns true if cross-document validation is enabled.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A string that contains the message with the cross-document validation setting.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig getCrossDocumentValidationEnabled

Jython

print AdminConfig.getCrossDocumentValidationEnabled()

Example output

WASX7188I: Cross-document validation enablement set to true

 


getid

Returns the configuration ID of an object.

  • Parameters: containment path

  • Returns: The configuration ID for an object that is described by the containment path.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig getid /Cell:testcell/Node:testNode/JDBCProvider:Db2JdbcDriver/

Jython

AdminConfig.getid('/Cell:testcell/Node:testNode/JDBCProvider:Db2JdbcDriver/')

Example output

Db2JdbcDriver(cells/testcell/nodes/testnode|resources.xml#JDBCProvider_1)

 


getObjectName

Returns a string version of the object name for the corresponding running MBean.

This method returns an empty string if no corresponding running MBean exists.

  • Parameters: configuration ID

  • Returns: A string that contains the object name.

Example usage:

Jacl

set server [$AdminConfig getid /Node:mynode/Server:server1/]
$AdminConfig getObjectName $server

Jython

server = AdminConfig.getid('/Node:mynode/Server:server1/')
AdminConfig.getObjectName(server)

Example output

WebSphere:cell=mycell,name=server1,mbeanIdentifier=cells/
mycell/nodes/mynode/servers/server1/server.xml#Server_1,
type=Server,node=mynode,process=server1,processType=UnManagedProcess

 


getSaveMode

Returns the mode that is used when you invoke a save command.

Possible values include the following:

  • overwriteOnConflict - Saves changes even if they conflict with other configuration changes

  • rollbackOnConflict - Causes a save operation to fail if changes conflict with other configuration changes. This value is the default.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A string that contains the current save mode setting.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig getSaveMode

Jython

print AdminConfig.getSaveMode()

Example output

rollbackOnConflict

 


getValidationLevel

Returns the validation used when files are extracted from the repository.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A string that contains the validation level.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig getValidationLevel

Jython

AdminConfig.getValidationLevel()

Example output

WASX7189I: Validation level set to HIGH

 


getValidationSeverityResult

Returns the number of validation messages with the given severity from the most recent validation.

  • Parameters: severity

  • Returns: A string that indicates the number of validation messages of the given severity.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig getValidationSeverityResult 1

Jython

AdminConfig.getValidationSeverityResult(1)

Example output

16

 


hasChanges

Returns true if unsaved configuration changes exist.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A string that indicates whether unsaved configuration changes exist.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig hasChanges

Jython

AdminConfig.hasChanges()

Example output

1

 


help

Displays static help information for the AdminConfig object.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A list of options.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig help

Jython

print AdminConfig.help()

Example output

WASX7053I: The AdminConfig object communicates with the
configuration service in a WAS 
to manipulate configuration data
for an Application Server installation.  The AdminConfig 
object has commands to list, create,
remove, display, and modify configuration data, as well as commands to
display information about configuration data types.

Most of the commands supported by the AdminConfig object operate in two modes:
the default mode is one in which the AdminConfig object communicates with the
Application Server to accomplish its tasks.  A local mode is also
possible, in which no server communication takes place.  The local
mode of operation is invoked by bringing up the scripting client without
a server connected using the command line "-conntype NONE" option
or setting the "com.ibm.ws.scripting.connectionType=NONE" property in
the wsadmin.properties file.

The following commands are supported by the AdminConfig object; more detailed
information about each of these commands is available by using the
help command of the AdminConfig object and by supplying the name of the command
as an argument.

attributes      Shows the attributes for a given type
checkin         Checks a file into the configuration repository.
convertToCluster
                Converts a server to be the first member of a
                new server cluster
create          Creates a configuration object, given a type, a parent, and
                a list of attributes, and optionally an attribute name for the
                new object
createClusterMember
                Creates a new server that is a member of an
                existing cluster.
createDocument  Creates a new document in the configuration repository.
installResourceAdapter
                Installs a J2C resource adapter with the given RAR
                file name and an option string in the node.
createUsingTemplate
                Creates an object using a particular template type.
defaults        Displays the default values for the attributes of a given type.
deleteDocument  Deletes a document from the configuration repository.
existsDocument  Tests for the existence of a document in the configuration repository.
extract         Extracts a file from the configuration repository.
getCrossDocumentValidationEnabled
                Returns true if cross-document validation is enabled.
getid           Show the configuration ID of an object, given a string version of
                its containment
getObjectName   Given a configuration ID, returns a string version of the ObjectName
                for the corresponding running MBean, if any.
getSaveMode     Returns the mode used when "save" is invoked
getValidationLevel
                Returns the validation that is used when files are extracted from the
                repository.
getValidationSeverityResult
                Returns the number of messages of a given
                severity from the most recent validation.
hasChanges      Returns true if unsaved configuration changes exist
help            Shows help information
list            Lists all the configuration objects of a given type
listTemplates   Lists all the available configuration templates of a given
                type.
modify          Changes the specified attributes of a given configuration object
parents         Shows the objects which contain a given type
queryChanges    Returns a list of unsaved files
remove          Removes the specified configuration object
required        Displays the required attributes of a given type.
reset           Discards the unsaved configuration changes
save            Commits the unsaved changes to the configuration repository
setCrossDocumentValidationEnabled
                Sets the cross-document validation enabled mode.
setSaveMode     Changes the mode used when "save" is invoked
setValidationLevel
                Sets the validation used when files are extracted from the
                repository.
show            Shows the attributes of a given configuration object
showall         Recursively shows the attributes of a given configuration
                object, and all the objects that are contained within each attribute.
showAttribute   Displays only the value for the single attribute that is specified.
types           Shows the possible types for configuration
validate        Invokes validation

 


installResourceAdapter

Installs a Java 2 Connector (J2C) resource adapter with the given Resource Adapter Archive (RAR) file name and an option string in the node.

The RAR file name is the fully qualified file name that resides in the node that you specify. The valid options include the following options:

  • rar.name

  • rar.desc

  • rar.archivePath

  • rar.classpath

  • rar.nativePath

  • rar.threadPoolAlias

  • rar.propertiesSet

The rar.name option is the name for the J2C resource adapter. If you do not specify this option, the display name in the RAR deployment descriptor is used. If that name is not specified, the RAR file name is used. The rar.desc option is a description of the J2CResourceAdapter. The rar.archivePath is the name of the path where you extract the file. If you do not specify this option, the archive is extracted to the $\{CONNECTOR_INSTALL_ROOT\} directory. The rar.classpath option is the additional class path.

rar.propertiesSet is constructed with the following

name String
value String
type String
*desc String
*required true/false 
* means the item is optional
Each attribute of the property are specified in a set of {}. A property is specified in a set of {}. You can specify multiple properties in {}.

When you edit the installed application with the embedded RAR, only existing J2C connection factory, J2C activation specs, and J2C administrative objects will be edited. No new J2C objects will be created.

  • Parameters: RAR file name, node, options

  • Returns: The configuration ID of the new J2CResourceAdapter object.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig installResourceAdapter c:/rar/mine.rar mynode 
{-rar.name myResourceAdapter -rar.desc "My rar file"}

Jython

print AdminConfig.installResourceAdapter('c:/rar/mine.rar', 
'mynode', '[-rar.name myResourceAdapter -rar.desc "My rar file"]') 

Example output

myResourceAdapter(cells/mycell/nodes/mynode|resources.xml#J2CResourceAdapter_1)

 


list

Returns a list of objects of a given type, possibly scoped by a parent.

  • Parameters: Object type

    The name of the object type that you input here is the one that is based on the XML configuration files and does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

  • Returns: A list of objects.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig list JDBCProvider

Jython

print AdminConfig.list('JDBCProvider')

Example output

Db2JdbcDriver(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode|resources.xml#JDBCProvider_1) 
Db2JdbcDriver(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/deploymentmgr|
resources.xml#JDBCProvider_1) 
Db2JdbcDriver(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/
nodeAgent|resources.xml#JDBCProvider_1) 

 


listTemplates

Displays a list of template object IDs.

  • Parameters: object type

    The name of the object type that you input here is the one that is based on the XML configuration files and does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

  • Returns: A list of template IDs.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig listTemplates JDBCProvider

Jython

print AdminConfig.listTemplates('JDBCProvider')

This example displays a list of all the JDBCProvider templates that are available on the system.

 


modify

Supports the modification of object attributes.

  • Parameters using Jacl: object-string; attributes-string

  • Parameters using Jython: object-string; attributes-string or object-string; attributes- Jython list

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig modify ConnFactory1(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/
deploymentmgr|resources.xml#GenericJMSConnectionFactory_1) 
{{userID newID} {password newPW}}

Jython with string attributes

AdminConfig.modify('ConnFactory1(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/
deploymentmgr|resources.xml#GenericJMSConnectionFactory_1)', 
'[[userID newID] [password newPW]]')

Jython with object attributes

AdminConfig.modify('ConnFactory1(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/
deploymentmgr|resources.xml#GenericJMSConnectionFactory_1)', 
[['userID', 'newID'], ['password', 'newPW']])

 


parents

Obtains information about object types.

  • Parameters: object type

    The name of the object type that you input here is the one that is based on the XML configuration files and does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

  • Returns: A list of object types.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig parents JDBCProvider

Jython

AdminConfig.parents('JDBCProvider')

Example output

Cell
Node
Server

 


queryChanges

Returns a list of unsaved configuration files.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A string that contains a list of files with unsaved changes.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig queryChanges

Jython

AdminConfig.queryChanges()

Example output

WASX7146I: The following configuration files contain unsaved changes:
cells/mycell/nodes/mynode/servers/server1|resources.xml

 


remove

Removes a configuration object.

  • Parameters: Object

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig remove ds1(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/
server1:resources.xml#DataSource_6)

Jython

AdminConfig.remove('ds1(cells/mycell/nodes/DefaultNode/servers/
server1:resources.xml#DataSource_6)')

 


required

Displays the required attributes that are contained by an object of a certain type.

  • Parameters: Type

    The name of the object type that you input here is the one that is based on the XML configuration files. It does not have to be the same name that the administrative console displays.

  • Returns: A string that contains a list of the required attributes with its type.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig required URLProvider

Jython

print AdminConfig.required('URLProvider')

Example output

Attribute                       Type
streamHandlerClassName          String
protocol                        String

 


reset

Resets the temporary workspace that holds updates to the configuration.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig reset

Jython

AdminConfig.reset()

 


save

Saves changes in the configuration repository.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig save

Jython

AdminConfig.save()

 


setCrossDocumentValidationEnabled

Sets the cross-document validation enabled mode. Values include true or false.

  • Parameters: Flag

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig setCrossDocumentValidationEnabled true

Jython

AdminConfig.setCrossDocumentValidationEnabled('true')

 


setSaveMode

Toggles the behavior of the save command. The default value is rollbackOnConflict. When a conflict is discovered while saving, the unsaved changes are not committed. The alternative value is overwriteOnConflict, which saves the changes to the configuration repository even if conflicts exist.

To use overwriteOnConflict as the value of this command, the deployment manager must be enabled for configuration overwrite.

  • Parameters: Mode

  • Returns: None

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig setSaveMode overwriteOnConflict

Jython

AdminConfig.setSaveMode('overwriteOnConflict')

 


setValidationLevel

Sets the validation that is used when files are extracted from the repository.

Five validation levels are available: none, low, medium, high, or highest.

  • Parameters: Level

  • Returns: A string that contains the validation level setting.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig setValidationLevel high

Jython

AdminConfig.setValidationLevel('high')

Example output

WASX7189I: Validation level set to HIGH

 


show

Returns the top-level attributes of the given object.

  • Parameters: Object, attributes

  • Returns: A string that contains the attribute value.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig show Db2JdbcDriver(cells/mycell/nodes/
DefaultNode|resources.xm#JDBCProvider_1)

Example output with Jacl

{name "Sample Datasource"} {description "Data source for the Sample entity beans"}  

Jython

print AdminConfig.show('Db2JdbcDriver(cells/mycell/nodes/
DefaultNode|resources.xm#JDBCProvider_1)')

Example output with Jython

 [name "Sample Datasource"] [description "Data source for the Sample entity beans"]

 


showall

Recursively shows the attributes of a given configuration object.

  • Parameters: Object, attributes

  • Returns: A string that contains the attribute value.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig showall "Default Datasource(cells/mycell/nodes/
DefaultNode/servers/server1:resources.xml#DataSource_1)

Example output with Jacl

{authMechanismPreference BASIC_PASSWORD}
{category default}
{connectionPool {{agedTimeout 0}
{connectionTimeout 1000}
{maxConnections 30}
{minConnections 1}
{purgePolicy FailingConnectionOnly}
{reapTime 180}
{unusedTimeout 1800}}}
{datasourceHelperClassname com.ibm.websphere.rsadapter.CloudscapeDataStoreHelper}
{description "Datasource for the WebSphere Default Application"}
{jndiName DefaultDatasource}
{name "Default Datasource"}
{propertySet {{resourceProperties {{{description 
"Location of Cloudscape default database."}
{name databaseName}
{type string}
{value ${WAS_INSTALL_ROOT}/bin/DefaultDB}} {{name remoteDataSourceProtocol}
{type string}
{value {}}} {{name shutdownDatabase}
{type string}
{value {}}} {{name dataSourceName}
{type string}
{value {}}} {{name description}
{type string}
{value {}}} {{name connectionAttributes}
{type string}
{value {}}} {{name createDatabase}
{type string}
{value {}}}}}}}
{provider "Cloudscape JDBC Driver(cells/pongo/nodes/pongo/
servers/server1|resources.xml#JDBCProvider_1)"}
{relationalResourceAdapter "WebSphere Relational Resource Adapter(cells/pongo/
nodes/pongo/servers/server1|resources.xml#builtin_rra)"}
{statementCacheSize 0}

Jython

AdminConfig.showall("Default Datasource(cells/mycell/nodes/
DefaultNode/servers/server1:resources.xml#DataSource_1)")

Example output with Jython

 [authMechanismPreference BASIC_PASSWORD]
[category default]
[connectionPool [[agedTimeout []]
[connectionTimeout 1000]
[maxConnections 30]
[minConnections 1]
[purgePolicy FailingConnectionOnly]
[reapTime 180]
[unusedTimeout 1800]]]
[datasourceHelperClassname com.ibm.websphere.rsadapter.CloudscapeDataStoreHelper]
[description "Datasource for the WebSphere Default Application"]
[jndiName DefaultDatasource]
[name "Default Datasource"]
[propertySet [[resourceProperties [[[description "Location 
of Cloudscape default database."]
[name databaseName]
[type string]
[value ${WAS_INSTALL_ROOT}/bin/DefaultDB]] [[name remoteDataSourceProtocol]
[type string]
[value []]] [[name shutdownDatabase]
[type string]
[value []]] [[name dataSourceName]
[type string]
[value []]] [[name description]
[type string]
[value []]] [[name connectionAttributes]
[type string]
[value []]] [[name createDatabase]
[type string]
[value []]]]]]]
[provider "Cloudscape JDBC Driver(cells/pongo/nodes/pongo/
servers/server1|resources.xml#JDBCProvider_1)"]
[relationalResourceAdapter "WebSphere Relational Resource 
Adapter(cells/pongo/nodes/pongo/servers/server1|resources.xml#builtin_rra)"]
[statementCacheSize 0]

 


showAttribute

Displays only the value for the single attribute that you specify.

The output of this command is different from the output of the show command when a single attribute is specified. The showAttribute command does not display a list that contains the attribute name and value. It only displays the attribute value.

  • Parameters: Configuration ID, attribute

  • Returns: A string that contains the attribute value.

Example usage:

Jacl

set ns [$AdminConfig getid /Node:mynode/]
$AdminConfig showAttribute $ns hostName

Jython

ns = AdminConfig.getid('/Node:mynode/')
print AdminConfig.showAttribute(ns, 'hostName')

Example output

mynode

 


types

Returns a list of the configuration object types that one can manipulate.

  • Parameters: None

  • Returns: A list of object types.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig types

Jython

print AdminConfig.types()

Example output

AdminService
Agent
ApplicationConfig
ApplicationDeployment
ApplicationServer
AuthMechanism
AuthenticationTarget
AuthorizationConfig
AuthorizationProvider
AuthorizationTableImpl
BackupCluster
CMPConnectionFactory
CORBAObjectNameSpaceBinding
Cell
CellManager
Classloader
ClusterMember
ClusteredTarget
CommonSecureInteropComponent

 


uninstallResourceAdapter

Uninstalls a Java 2 Connector (J2C) resource adapter with the given J2C resource adapter configuration ID and an option list.

One option is valid for this command: * force

This option forces the uninstallation of the resource adapter without checking whether the resource adapter is being used by an application. The application that is using it will not be uninstalled. If you do not specify the force option and the specified resource adapter is still in use, the resource adapter is not uninstalled.

When you remove a J2CResourceAdapter object from the configuration repository, the installed directory will be removed at the time of synchronization. A stop request will be sent to the J2CResourceAdapter MBean that was removed.

  • Parameters: J2C resource adapter configuration ID, list of options

  • Returns: The configuration ID of J2CResourceAdapter object that is removed.

Example usage:

Jacl

set j2cra [$AdminConfig getid /J2CResourceAdapter:MyJ2CRA/]
$AdminConfig uninstallResourceAdapter $j2cra {-force}
$AdminConfig save

Jython

j2cra = AdminConfig.getid('/J2CResourceAdapter:MyJ2CRA/')
print AdminConfig.uninstallResourceAdapter(j2cra, '[-force]')
AdminConfig.save()

Example output

WASX7397I: The following J2CResourceAdapter objects are removed: 
MyJ2CRA(cells/juniarti/nodes/juniarti|resources.xml#J2CResourceAdapter_1069433028609)

 


validate

Invokes validation.

This command requests configuration validation results based on the files in your workspace, the value of the cross-document validation enabled flag, and the validation level setting. Optionally, one can specify a configuration ID to set the scope. If you specify a configuration ID, the scope of this request is the object named by the config id parameter.

  • Parameters: config id (optional)

  • Returns: A string that contains results of the validation.

Example usage:

Jacl

$AdminConfig validate

Jython

print AdminConfig.validate()

Example output

WASX7193I: Validation results are logged in c:\WebSphere5\
AppServer\logs\wsadmin.valout: Total number of messages: 16
WASX7194I: Number of messages of severity 1: 16


 

See Also


AdminConfig object for scripted administration

 

See Also


Example: Migrating - Allowing configuration overwrite when saving a configuration

 



 

 

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