Regenerate the node plug-in configuration using scripting


Use scripting and wsadmin to regenerate the node plug-in configuration.

Start wsadmin

Perform the following steps to regenerate the node plug-in configuration:

 

  1. Identify the plug-in and assign it to the generator variable...

    Jython...

    generator = AdminControl.completeObjectName('type=PluginCfgGenerator,*')

    Use Jacl:

    set generator [$AdminControl completeObjectName type=PluginCfgGenerator,*]

    Additionally, we can specify the optional node parameter. In an ND environment, specify the node name of the dmgr server.

  2. Regenerate the node plug-in for a given Web server definition.

    Jython...

    AdminControl.invoke(generator, 'generate', "$WP_PROFILE/config mycell myWebServerNode myWebServerName true true")

    Use Jacl:

    $AdminControl invoke $generator generate "$WP_PROFILE/config mycell myWebServerNode myWebServerName true true"

 

Example

The following application-centric examples use the generate, propagate, and propagateKeyring operations for a given Web server definition:

Jython...

AdminControl.invoke(generator,'generate',"$WP_PROFILE/config
01Cell03  01Node03 webserver1 true")

AdminControl.invoke(generator,'propagate',"$WP_PROFILE/config 01Cell03 01Node03 webserver1")

AdminControl.invoke(generator,'propagateKeyring',"$WP_PROFILE/config 01Cell03 01Node03 webserver1"

Using Jacl:

$AdminControl invoke $generator generate "$WP_PROFILE/config  01Cell03  01Node03 webserver1 true"

$AdminControl invoke $generator propagate  "$WP_PROFILE/config  01Cell03  01Node03 webserver1"

$AdminControl invoke $generator propagateKeyring "$WP_PROFILE/config  01Cell03  01Node03 webserver1"

The following information explains the possible parameters that the generate operation accepts:

public void generate(java.lang.String
  configuration_root, java.lang.String myCellName,  java.lang.String myNodeName, java.lang.String myServerName, java.lang.Boolean
 propagate, java.lang.Boolean propagateKeyring) 

where:

configuration_root

is the root directory path for the configuration repository to be scanned.

myCellName

is the name of the cell in the configuration repository to restrict generation to.

myNodeName

is the name of the node in the configuration repository to restrict generation to.

myServerName

is the name of the server to restrict generation to.

propagate

is a boolean variable that specifies to propagate the configuration file.

propagateKeyring

is a boolean variable that specifies to propagate the keyring file.

The following network-centric example uses the generate operation to generate the plug-in configuration file for the cell:

Jython...

AdminControl.invoke(generator,'generate',"$WP_PROFILE/config 01Cell03 null null plugin-cfg.xml")

Using Jacl:

$AdminControl invoke $generator generate "$WP_PROFILE/config 01Cell03 null null plugin-cfg.xml"

The following information explains the possible parameters that the generate operation accepts:

public void generate(java.lang.String 

APP_ROOT, java.lang.String configuration_root, java.lang.String myCellName, java.lang.String myNodeName, java.lang.String myServerName,java.lang.String myOutputFileName)

where:

APP_ROOT

is the root directory for the appserver to run the command against.

configuration_root

is the root directory path for the configuration repository to be scanned.

myCellName

is the name of the cell in the configuration repository to restrict generation to.

myNodeName

is the name of the node in the configuration repository to restrict generation to.

myServerName

is the name of the server to restrict generation to.

myOutputFileName

is the path and filename of the generated plug-in configuration file.

 

Related tasks


Use AdminControl for scripted administration

 

Related information


Commands for AdminControl