Application administration scripts


The scripting library provides multiple script procedures to automate the application configurations. This page provides usage information for scripts that start and stop applications. We can run each script individually or combine procedures to create custom automation scripts for the environment.

Each application management script procedure is located in...

$WAS_HOME/scriptLibraries/application/V70

Use the following script procedures to start and stop applications:

 

startApplicationOnSingleServer

This script starts an application on a single server. To run the script, specify the application name, node name, and server name arguments, as defined in the following table:


Table 1. startApplicationOnSingleServer argument descriptions

Argument Description
appName Name of the application to start.
nodeName Name of the node on which the application is deployed.
serverName Name of the appserver on which the application is deployed.

Syntax

AdminApplication.startApplicationOnSingleServer(appName, nodeName, serverName)

Example usage

AdminApplication.startApplicationOnSingleServer("myApp", "myNode", "myServer")

 

startApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets

This script starts an application on all deployed nodes. To run the script, specify the application name and node name arguments, as defined in the following table:


Table 2. startApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets argument descriptions

Argument Description
appName Name of the application to start.
nodeName Name of the node on which the application is deployed.

Syntax

AdminApplication.startApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets(appName, nodeName)

Example usage

AdminApplication.startApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets("myApp", "myNode")

 

startApplicationOnCluster

This script starts an application on a cluster.

To run the script, specify the application name and cluster name arguments, as defined in the following table:


Table 3. startApplicationOnCluster argument descriptions

Argument Description
appName Name of the application to start.
clusterName Name of the cluster on which the application is deployed.

Syntax

AdminApplication.startApplicationOnCluster(appName, clusterName)

Example usage

AdminApplication.startApplicationOnCluster("myApp", "myCluster")

 

stopApplicationOnSingleServer

This script stops an application on a single server. To run the script, specify the application name, node name, and server name arguments, as defined in the following table:


Table 4. stopApplicationOnSingleServer argument descriptions

Argument Description
appName Name of the application to stop.
nodeName Name of the node on which the application is deployed.
serverName Name of the appserver on which the application is deployed.

Syntax

AdminApplication.stopApplicationOnSingleServer(appName, nodeName, serverName)

Example usage

AdminApplication.stopApplicationOnSingleServer("myApp", "myNode", "myServer")

 

stopApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets

This script stops an application on all deployed nodes. To run the script, specify the application name, cell name, and node name arguments, as defined in the following table:


Table 5. stopApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets argument descriptions

Argument Description
appName Name of the application to stop.
nodeName Name of the node on which the application is deployed.

Syntax

AdminApplication.stopApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets(appName, nodeName)

Example usage

AdminApplication.stopApplicationOnAllDeployedTargets("myApp", "myNode")

 

stopApplicationOnCluster

This script stops an application on a cluster. To run the script, specify the application name and cluster name arguments, as defined in the following table:


Table 6. stopApplicationOnCluster argument descriptions

Argument Description
appName Name of the application to stop.
clusterName Name of the cluster on which the application is deployed.

Syntax

AdminApplication.stopApplicationOnCluster(appName, clusterName)

Example usage

AdminApplication.stopApplicationOnCluster("myApp", "myCluster")




 

Related tasks


Use the script library to automate the application serving environment
Automating application configurations using the scripting library

 

Related


Application installation and uninstallation scripts
Application query scripts
Application update scripts
Application export scripts
Application deployment configuration scripts