Set namespace bindings using wsadmin


Use this topic to configure name space bindings with the Jython or Jacl scripting languages and wsadmin.

Use this task and the following examples to configure string, EJB, CORBA, or indirect name space bindings on a cell.

 

  1. Launch the wsadmin scripting tool using Jython.

  2. Identify the cell and assign it to the cell variable.

    Use Jacl:

    set cell [$AdminConfig getid /Cell:mycell/]

    Example output:

    mycell(cells/mycell|cell.xml#Cell_1)

    Jython...

    cell = AdminConfig.getid('/Cell:mycell/') print cell
    We can change this example to configure on a node or server here.

  3. Add a new name space binding on the cell. There are four binding types to choose from when configuring a new name space binding. They are string, EJB, CORBA, and indirect.

    • To configure a string type name space binding:

      Jacl...

      $AdminConfig create StringNameSpaceBinding $cell {{name binding1} {nameInNameSpace myBindings/myString} {stringToBind "This is the String value that gets bound"}}

      Example output:

      binding1(cells/mycell|namebindings.xml#StringNameSpaceBinding_1)

      Jython...

      print AdminConfig.create('StringNameSpaceBinding', cell, [['name', 'binding1'], ['nameInNameSpace', 'myBindings/myString'], ['stringToBind', "This is the String value that gets bound"]])

    • To configure an EJB type name space binding:

      Jacl...

      $AdminConfig create EjbNameSpaceBinding $cell {{name binding2} {nameInNameSpace myBindings/myEJB} {applicationNodeName mynode} {bindingLocation SINGLESERVER} {applicationServerName server1} {ejbJndiName ejb/myEJB}}

      Jython...

      print AdminConfig.create('EjbNameSpaceBinding', cell, [['name', 'binding2'], ['nameInNameSpace', 'myBindings/myEJB'], ['applicationNodeName', 'mynode'], ['bindingLocation', 'SINGLESERVER'], ['applicationServerName', 'server1'], ['ejbJndiName', 'ejb/myEJB']])

      This example is for an EJB located in a server. For an EJB in a cluster, change the configuration example to:

      Jacl...

      $AdminConfig create EjbNameSpaceBinding $cell {{name binding2} {nameInNameSpace myBindings/myEJB} {bindingLocation SERVERCLUSTER} {applicationServerName cluster1} {ejbJndiName ejb/myEJB}}

      Jython...

      print AdminConfig.create('EjbNameSpaceBinding', cell, [['name','binding2'], ['nameInNameSpace','myBindings/myEJB'], ['bindingLocation','SERVERCLUSTER'], ['applicationServerName','cluster1'], ['ejbJndiName','ejb/myEJB']])

      Example output:

      binding2(cells/mycell|namebindings.xml#EjbNameSpaceBinding_1)

    • To configure a CORBA type name space binding:

      Jacl...

      $AdminConfig create CORBAObjectNameSpaceBinding $cell {{name binding3} {nameInNameSpace myBindings/myCORBA}{corbanameUrl corbaname:iiop:somehost.somecompany.com:2809#stuff/MyCORBAOjbect} {federatedContext false}}

      For example...

      binding3(cells/mycell|namebindings.xml#CORBAObjectNameSpaceBinding_1)

      Jython...

      print AdminConfig.create('CORBAObjectNameSpaceBinding', cell, [['name', 'binding3'],['nameInNameSpace', 'myBindings/myCORBA'],['corbanameUrl','corbaname:iiop:somehost.somecompany.com:2809#stuff/MyCORBAOjbect'], ['federatedContext', 'false']])

    • To configure an indirect type name space binding:

      Jacl...

      $AdminConfig create IndirectLookupNameSpaceBinding $cell {{name binding4} {nameInNameSpace myBindings/myIndirect} {providerURL corbaloc::myCompany.com:9809/NameServiceServerRoot} {jndiName jndi/name/for/EJB}}

      Example output:

      binding4(cells/mycell|namebindings.xml#IndirectLookupNameSpaceBinding_1)

      Jython...

      print AdminConfig.create('IndirectLookupNameSpaceBinding', cell, [['name', 'binding4'], ['nameInNameSpace','myBindings/myIndirect'], ['providerURL', 'corbaloc::myCompany.com:9809/NameServiceServerRoot'], ['jndiName', 'jndi/name/for/EJB']])

  4. Save the configuration changes...

    AdminConfig.save()

 

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