Configure transaction properties for a server using scripting

 

Procedure

  1. Start wsadmin

  2. Identify the transaction service MBean for the application server. The following command returns the transaction service MBean for server1.

    • Jacl

      set ts [$AdminControl completeObjectName cell=mycell,node=mynode,process=server1,type=TransactionService,*]
      

    • Jython

      ts = AdminControl.completeObjectName('cell=mycell,node=mynode,process=server1,type=TransactionService,*')
      print ts
      

    where:

    set is a Jacl command
    ts is a variable name
    $ is a Jacl operator for substituting a variable name with its value
    AdminControl is an object that enables the manipulation of MBeans running in a WebSphere server process
    completeObjectName is an AdminControl command
    cell=mycell,node=mynode,process=server1,type=TransactionService is a fragment of the object name whose complete name is returned by this command. It is used to find the matching object name which is, in this case, the transaction object MBean for the node mynode, where mynode is the name of the node that you use to synchronize configuration changes. For example: type=TransactionService, process=server1. It can be any valid combination of domain and key properties. For example, type, name, cell, node, process, etc.

    Example output:

    WebSphere:cell=mycell,name=TransactionService,mbeanIdentifier=TransactionService,type=TransactionService,node=mynode,process=server1
    

  3. Modify the attributes.

    • Jacl:

      $AdminControl setAttributes $ts {{clientInactivityTimeout 30} {totalTranLifetimeTimeout 180}}
      

    • Jython:

      AdminControl.setAttributes(ts, [['clientInactivityTimeout', 30],  ['totalTranLifetimeTimeout', 180]])
      

    where:

    $ is a Jacl operator for substituting a variable name with its value
    AdminControl is an object that enables the manipulation of MBeans running in a WebSphere server process
    setAttributes is an AdminControl command
    ts evaluates to the ID of the transaction service specified in step number 1
    clientInactivityTimeout is an attribute
    30 is the value of the clientInactivityTimeout attribute specified in seconds. A value of 0 means that there is no timeout limit.
    totalTranLifetimeTimeout is an attribute
    180 is the value of the totalTranLifetimeTimeout attribute specified in milliseconds. A value of 0 means that there is no timeout limit.


 

See Also


AdminControl object for scripted administration

 

See Also


Commands for the AdminControl object

 



 

 

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