Administer applications using scripting
Use admin scripts and wsadmin to install, uninstall, and manage applications.
There are two methods we can use..
- Install enterprise apps.
Use AdminApp or the AdminApplication script library to install an application to the appserver runtime. We can install...
- enterprise archive (EAR)
- web archive (WAR)
- servlet archive (SAR)
- Java archive (JAR)
- Install business-level applications.
Use the BLAManagement or the AdminBLA script library to install business-level applications.
- Manage enterprise apps using pattern matching.
Use AdminApp or the AdminApplication script library to implement pattern matching when installing, updating, or editing an application. Pattern matching simplifies the task of supplying required values for certain complex options by allowing you to pass in asterisk (*) to all of the required values that cannot be edited.
- Manage Integrated Solutions Console applications.
Use AdminApp to deploy or remove portlet-based Integration Solutions Console applications.
- Uninstall enterprise apps.
Use AdminApp or the AdminApplication script library to uninstall applications.
- Uninstall business-level applications.
Use the BLAManagement or the AdminBLA script library to uninstall business-level applications.
- Switch Java Server Faces implementations.
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