DynamicSSLConfigSelections


Use the Jython or Jacl scripting languages to configure security with wsadmin. The commands and parameters in the DynamicSSLConfigSelections group can be used to create, delete, and query dynamic SSL configuration selection objects.

The DynamicSSLConfigSelections includes the following commands:

 

deleteDynamicSSLConfigSelection

The deleteDynamicSSLConfigSelection command deletes the dynamic SSL configuration selection from the configuration.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-dynSSLConfigSelectionName

Name that uniquely identifies the dynamic SSL configuration selection. (String, required)

Optional parameters

-scopeName

Unique name that identifies the management scope. (String, optional)

Examples

Batch mode example usage:

Interactive mode example usage:

 

getDynamicSSLConfigSelection

The getDynamicSSLConfigSelection command obtains information about a particular dynamic SSL configuration selection.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-dynSSLConfigSelectionName

Name that uniquely identifies the dynamic SSL configuration selection. (String, required)

Optional parameters

-scopeName

Unique name that identifies the management scope. (String, optional)

Examples

Batch mode example usage:

Interactive mode example usage:

 

listDynamicSSLConfigSelections

The listDynamicSSLConfigSelections command lists the configuration objects name for a dynamic SSL configuration selection.

Target object

None.

Required parametersNone.

Optional parameters

-scopeName

Unique name that identifies the management scope. (String, optional)

-all

Specify the value of this parameter as true to list all dynamic SSL configuration selections. This parameter overrides the scopeName parameter. The default value is false. (String, optional)

Example output

The command does not return output.

Examples

Batch mode example usage:

Interactive mode example usage:





 

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