Configure new J2C administrative objects using scripting

 

Procedure

  1. Start wsadmin

  2. Identify the parent ID and assign it to the newra variable.

    • Jacl:

      set newra [$AdminConfig getid /Cell:mycell/Node:mynode/J2CResourceAdapter:RAR1/]
      

    • Jython:

      newra = AdminConfig.getid('/Cell:mycell/Node:mynode/J2CResourceAdapter:RAR1/')
      print newra
      

    Example output:

    RAR1(cells/mycell/nodes/mynode|resources.xml#J2CResourceAdapter_1)
    

  3. There are two ways to configure a new J2C administrative object. Perform one of the following:

    • Using the AdminTask object:

      1. List the administrative object interfaces:

        Jacl

        $AdminTask listAdminObjectInterfaces $newra
        

        Jython

        AdminTask.listAdminObjectInterfaces(newra)
        

        Example output

        com.ibm.test.message.FVTMessageProvider
        

      2. Create a J2C administrative object:

        Jacl

        $AdminTask createJ2CAdminObject $newra { -name ao1 -jndiName eis/ao1 -adminObjectInterface com.ibm.test.message.FVTMessageProvider }
        

        Jython

        AdminTask.createJ2CAdminObject(newra, ['-name', 'ao1', '-jndiName', 'eis/ao1', '-adminObjectInterface', 'com.ibm.test.message.FVTMessageProvider'])
        

    • Using the AdminConfig object:

      1. Jacl

        $AdminConfig required J2CAdminObject
        

        Jython

        print AdminConfig.required('J2CAdminObject')
        

        Example output

        Attribute Type
        adminObject AdminObject@
        

      2. If your resource adapter is JCA V1.5 and you have multiple administrative objects defined, it is required that you specify the administrative object attribute. If your resource adapter is JCA V1.5 and you have only one administrative object defined, it will be picked up automatically. If your resource adapter is JCA V1.0, you do not need to specify the administrative object attribute. Perform the following command to list the administrative objects defined by the resource adapter:

        Jacl

        $AdminConfig list AdminObject $newra
        

        Jython

        print AdminConfig.list('AdminObject', $newra)
        

      3. Set the administrative objects that you need to a variable:

        Jacl

        set ao AdminObjectId
        set name [list name J2CAO1]
        set jname [jndiName eis/j2cao1]
        set j2caoAttrs [list $name $jname]
        

        Jython

        ao = AdminObjectId
        name = ['name', 'J2CAO1']
        set jname = ['jndiName', eis/j2cao1]
        j2caoAttrs = [name, jname]
        
        

      4. If you are specifying the AdminObject attribute, also set up the following:

        Jacl

        set cdattr [list adminObject $ao]
        
        

        Jython

        cdattr = ['adminObject', ao]
        

      5. Create a J2C administrative object:

        Jacl

        $AdminConfig create J2CAdminObject $newra $j2caoAttrs
        $AdminConfig save
        

        Jython

        print AdminConfig.create('J2CAdminObject', newra, j2caoAttrs)
        

        Example output

        J2CAO1(cells/mycell/nodes/mynode|resources.xml#J2CAdminObject_1)
        

  4. In a network deployment environment only, synchronize the node.


 

See Also


AdminConfig object for scripted administration
AdminTask object for scripted administration

 

See Also


Commands for the AdminConfig object
Commands for the AdminTask object