Configuration document descriptions

 

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Most configuration documents have XML content. The table below describes the documents and states whether one can edit them using an administrative tool or must edit them directly.

If possible, edit a configuration document using the administrative console because it validates any changes that you make to configurations. You can also use one of the other administrative tools (wsadmin or Java APIs) to modify configuration documents. Using the administrative console or wsadmin scripting to update configurations is less error prone and likely quicker and easier than other methods.

However, one cannot edit some files using the administrative tools. Configuration files that edit manually have an Y in the Manual editing required column in the table below.

 

Document descriptions

Configuration file Locations Purpose Manual editing only
admin-authz.xml config/cells/cell/ Define a role for administrative operation authorization. Y
app.policy config/cells/cell/nodes/node/ Define security permissions for application code. Y
cell.xml config/cells/cell/ Identify a cell.
cluster.xml config/cells/cell/clusters/cluster_name/ Identify a cluster and its members and weights.

This file is only available with the Network Deployment product.


deployment.xml config/cells/cell/applications/appname/ Configure application deployment settings such as target servers and application-specific server configuration.
filter.policy config/cells/cell/ Specify security permissions to be filtered out of other policy files. Y
integral-jms-authorizations.xml config/cells/cell/ Provide security configuration data for the integrated messaging system. Y
library.policy config/cells/cell/nodes/node/ Define security permissions for shared library code. Y
multibroker.xml config/cells/cell/ Configure a data replication message broker.
namestore.xml config/cells/cell/ Provide persistent name binding data. Y
naming-authz.xml config/cells/cell/ Define roles for a naming operation authorization. Y
node.xml config/cells/cell/nodes/node/ Identify a node.
pmirm.xml config/cells/cell/ Configure PMI request metrics. Y
resources.xml config/cells/cell/
config/cells/cell/nodes/node/
config/cells/cell/nodes/node/servers/servername/
Define operating environment resources, including JDBC, JMS, JavaMail, URL, JCA resource providers and factories.
security.xml config/cells/cell/ Configure security, including all user ID and password data.
server.xml config/cells/cell/nodes/node/servers/servername/ Identify a server and its components.
serverindex.xml config/cells/cell/nodes/node/ Specify communication ports used on a specific node.
spi.policy config/cells/cell/nodes/node/ Define security permissions for service provider libraries such as resource providers. Y
variables.xml config/cells/cell/
config/cells/cell/nodes/node/
config/cells/cell/nodes/node/servers/servername/
Configure variables used to parameterize any part of the configuration settings.
virtualhosts.xml config/cells/cell/ Configure a virtual host and its MIME types.


 

Related Tasks


Using scripting (wsadmin)
Using the administrative console
Using administrative programs (JMX)