CoreGroupBridgeManagement


Use the Jython or Jacl scripting languages to manage deployed applications using scripting. The commands and parameters in the CoreGroupBridgeManagement group can be used to create and manage core group access points, TCP inbound channel port, and bridge interfaces. A bridge interface specifies a particular node and server that runs the core group bridge service.

The CoreGroupBridgeManagement includes the following commands:

 

createCoreGroupAccessPoint

The createCoreGroupAccessPoint command creates a default core group access point for the core group specified and adds it to the default access point group. If the default access point group does not exist, the command creates a default access point group.

Target object

Core group bridge settings object for the cell. (ObjectName, required).

Required parameters

-coreGroupName

The name of the core group for which the core group access point will be created. (String, required)

Optional parameters

None

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deleteCoreGroupAccessPoints

The deleteCoreGroupAccessPoints command deletes all the core group access points that are associated with a group specified.

Target object Core group bridge settings object for the cell. (ObjectName, required)

Required parameters

-coreGroupName

The name of the core group whose core group access points will be deleted. (String, required)

Optional parameters

None

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exportTunnelTemplate

The exportTunnelTemplate command exports a tunnel template and its associated children to a simple properties file.

Target object

None

Required parameters

-tunnelTemplateName

Name of the tunnel template to export. (String, required)

-outputFileName

Name of the properties file to create. (String, required)

Optional parameters

None

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getNamedTCPEndPoint

The getNamedTCPEndPoint command returns the port associated with the bridge interface specified. The port that is returned is the one specified on the TCP inbound channel of the transport channel chain for bridge interface specified.

Target object

The bridge interface object for which the port will be listed. (ObjectName, required)

Required parameters

None

Optional parameters

None

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importTunnelTemplate

The importTunnelTemplate command imports a tunnel template and its children to the cell configuration.

Target object

None

Required parameters

-inputFileName

Name of the tunnel template file to import. (String, required)

-bridegeInterfaceNodeName

Name of the secure proxy node to use for the core group bridge interface. (String, required)

-bridegeInterfaceServerName

Name of the secure proxy server to use for the core bridge interface. (String, required)

Optional parameters

None

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listCoreGroups

The listCoreGroups command returns a collection of core groups that are related to the core group specified.

Target object

The name of the core group for which the related core groups will be listed. (String, required)

Required parameters

-cgBridgeSettings

The group bridge settings object for the cell. (ObjectName, required)

Optional parameters

None

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listEligibleBridgeInterfaces

The listEligibleBridgeInterfaces command returns a collection of node, server, and transport channel chain combinations that are eligible to become bridge interfaces for the specified core group access point.

Target object

The core group access point object for which bridge interfaces will be listed. (ObjectName, required)

Required parameters

None

Optional parameters None

Example output

A set of bridge interfaces. (Set of String) Each bridge interface is represented by a combination of a node, a server and a DCS channel chain: <node name>, <server name>, <DCS

Channel Chain objectName. For example, an element of the set returned by this command may look like the following: rohitbuild dmgr DCS-Secure(cells/rohitbuildCell/nodes/rohitbuild/servers/dmgr|server.xml#Chain_4)

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Related tasks


Use AdminTask for scripted administration

 

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