Configuring Web services applications with the wsadmin tool
Use the wsadmin scripting tool to complete the several tasks for a Web services application.
Before you beginDevelop a Web services application.
About this task
The WAS wsadmin tool provides the ability to run scripts. Use the wsadmin tool to manage a WebSphere Application Server installation, as well as configuration, application deployment, and server run-time operations. The WAS only supports the Jacl and Jython scripting languages.
To use the wsadmin tool to configure a Web services application or publish a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file:
- Launch a scripting command.
- Follow the steps in one of the following topics, depending on what task you want to complete:
- Configure Web service client bindings.
- Configure Web service client preferred port mappings .
- Configure Web service client port information .
- Configure the scope of a Web service port .
ResultsYou have configured Web services applications with the wsadmin tool.
Configuring a Web service client deployed WSDL file name with the wsadmin tool
Configuring Web service client-preferred port mappings with the wsadmin tool
Configuring Web service client port information with the wsadmin tool
Configuring the scope of a Web service port with the wsadmin tool
Publishing WSDL files using the wsadmin tool
Configuring additional HTTP transport properties using the wsadmin command-line tool
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