SecurityRealmInfoCommands


Use Jython to manage security realm configurations with wsadmin. Use the commands and parameters in the SecurityRealmInfoCommands group to query and manage trusted realms.

Use the following commands to manage trusted realms in the security configuration:

 

addTrustedRealms

The addTrustedRealms command adds a realm or list of realms to the list of trusted realms for global security or in a security domain.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-communicationType

Specifies whether to trusted realms to inbound or outbound communication. Specify inbound to configure inbound communication. Specify outbound to configure outbound communication. (String)

Optional parameters

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. If we do not specify a value for this parameter, the command uses the global security configuration. (String)

-realmList

Specifies a realm or list of realms to configure as trusted realms. (String)

Separate each realm in the list with the pipe character (|) as the following example demonstrates: realm1|realm2|realm3

Return value

The command does not return output.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

configureTrustedRealms

The configureTrustedRealms command configures trusted realms. Use this command to replace the list of trusted realms and to clear each realm from the list. To add realms to the trusted realm list, use the addInboundTrustedRealm command.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-communicationType

Specifies whether to configure the security domains, realms, or global security configuration for inbound or outbound communication. Specify inbound to configure inbound communication. Specify outbound to configure outbound communication. (String)

Optional parameters

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. If we do not specify a value for this parameter, the command uses the global security configuration. (String)

-realmList

List of realms to configure as trusted realms. (String)

Separate each realm in the list with the pipe character (|) as the following example demonstrates: realm1|realm2|realm3

-trustAllRealms

Specifies whether to trust all realms. Specify true to trust all realms. If we specify true for this parameter, the command does not use the -realmList parameter. (Boolean)

Return value

The command does not return output.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

listRegistryGroups

The listRegistryGroups command displays the groups in the user registry that belong to the security realm, security domain, or resource name of interest.

Target object

None.

Optional parameters

-securityRealmName

Specifies name of the security realm of interest. The securityDomainName, resourceName, and securityRealmName parameters are mutually exclusive. Do not specify more than one of these parameters. (String)

-resourceName

Name of the resource of interest. The securityDomainName, resourceName, and securityRealmName parameters are mutually exclusive. Do not specify more than one of these parameters. (String)

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. The securityDomainName, resourceName, and securityRealmName parameters are mutually exclusive. Do not specify more than one of these parameters.(String)

-displayAccessIds

Specifies whether to display the access IDs for each group. Specify true to display the access ID and group name for each group that the command returns. (Boolean)

-groupFilter

Specifies a filter that the command uses to query for groups. For example, specify test* to return groups that begin with the test string. By default, the command returns all groups. (String)

-numberOfGroups

Number of groups to return. The default number of groups that the command displays is 20. (Integer)

Return value

The command returns an array of group names. If we specified the -displayAccessId parameter, the command returns an array of attribute lists which contain the group name and group access ID.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

listRegistryUsers

The listRegistryUsers command displays the users in the user registry for a specific security realm, resource name, or domain name.

Target object

None.

Optional parameters

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. The securityDomainName, resourceName, and securityRealmName parameters are mutually exclusive. Do not specify more than one of these parameters. If we do not specify the securityDomainName, resourceName, or securityRealmName parameter, the system uses the active user registry from the global security configuration. (String)

-resourceName

Name of the resource of interest. The securityDomainName, resourceName, and securityRealmName parameters are mutually exclusive. Do not specify more than one of these parameters. If we do not specify the securityDomainName, resourceName, or securityRealmName parameter, the system uses the active user registry from the global security configuration. (String)

-securityRealmName

Name of the security realm of interest. The securityDomainName, resourceName, and securityRealmName parameters are mutually exclusive. Do not specify more than one of these parameters. If we do not specify the securityDomainName, resourceName, or securityRealmName parameter, the system uses the active user registry from the global security configuration. (String)

-displayAccessIds

Specifies whether to display the access IDs for each group. Specify true to display the access ID and group name for each group that the command returns. (Boolean)

-userFilter

Filter that the command uses to query for users. For example, specify test* to display each user name that starts with the test string. By default, the command returns all users. (String)

-numberOfUsers

Number of users to return. The default number of groups that the command displays is 20. (Integer)

Return value

The command returns an array of user names. If specify the -displayAccessId parameter, the command returns an array of attribute lists that contain the user ID and user access IDs.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

listSecurityRealms

The listSecurityRealms command displays each security realm from global security configuration and the security domains.

Target object

None.

Return value

The command returns an array of realm names.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

listTrustedRealms

The listTrustedRealms command displays a list of trusted realms for a security domain, resource, or realm. If we do not specify a security domain, resource name, or realm name, then the command returns a list of trusted realms from the global security configuration. The securityRealmName, resourceName, and securityDomainName parameters are mutually exclusive.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-communicationType

Specifies whether to list the trusted realms for inbound or outbound communication. Specify inbound to configure inbound communication. Specify outbound to configure outbound communication. (String)

Optional parameters

-securityRealmName

Specifies name of the security realm of interest. If we use this parameter, do not use the resourceName or securityDomainName parameters. (String)

-resourceName

Name of the resource of interest. If we use this parameter, do not use the securityRealmName or securityDomainName parameters. (String)

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. If we use this parameter, do not use the resourceName or securityRealmName parameters. (String)

-expandRealmList

Specifies whether to return each realm name when the trustAllRealms property is enabled. Specify true to return each realm name. Specify false to return the trustAllRealms property. (Boolean)

-includeCurrentRealm

Specifies whether to include the current realm in the list of trusted realms. Specify true to include the current realm, or specify false to exclude the current realm from the list of trusted realms. (Boolean)

Return value

The command returns an array of trusted realm names. If the realm, resource, or security domain of interest is configured to trust all realms, the command returns the trustAllRealms string.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

removeTrustedRealms

The removeTrustedRealms command removes realms from a trusted realm list in a security domain or in the global security configuration.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-communicationType

Specifies whether to remove trusted realms from inbound or outbound communication. Specify inbound to configure inbound communication. Specify outbound to configure outbound communication. (String)

-realmList

List of realms to remove from trusted realms. (String)

Separate each realm in the list with the pipe character (|) as the following example demonstrates: realm1|realm2|realm3

Optional parameters

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. If we do not specify a security domain, the command uses the global security configuration. (String)

Return value

The command does not return output.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage

 

unconfigureTrustedRealms

The unconfigureTrustedRealms command removes the trusted realm object from the configuration.

Target object

None.

Required parameters

-communicationType

Specifies whether to unconfigure the trusted realms for inbound or outbound communication. Specify inbound to remove inbound communication configurations. Specify outbound to remove outbound communication configurations. (String)

Optional parameters

-securityDomainName

Name of the security domain of interest. If we do not specify a security domain, the command uses the global security configuration. (String)

Return value

The command does not return output.

Batch mode example usage

Interactive mode example usage





 

Related tasks


Set multiple security domains using scripting

 

Related


SecurityConfigurationCommands
SecurityDomainCommands