Use scripting (wsadmin)
The wsadmin.sh script runs administration operations using a scripting language, performing the same tasks as the admin console.
- Get started with scripting
Scripting languages and the scripting objects. Instructions for starting wsadmin.
- Use the script library to automate the application serving environment
Provides a set of Jython script procedures that automate the most common appserver administration functions:
- Deploy applications
Provides instructions for deploying and uninstalling applications. For example
- Manage deployed applications
Includes tasks that you perform after the application is deployed. For example, starting and stopping applications, checking status, modifying listener address ports, querying application state, configuring a shared library, and so on.
- Set servers
Provides instructions for configuring servers, such as creating a server, modifying and restarting the server, configuring the Java virtual machine, disabling a component, disabling a service, and so on.
- Set connections to Web servers
- Manage servers
- Clustering servers
- Set security
Includes security tasks, for example, enabling and disabling administrative security, enabling and disabling Java 2 security, and so on.
- Set data access
- Set messaging
- Set mail, URLs, and resource environment entries Includes topics such as mail providers, mail sessions, protocols, resource environment providers, referenceables, URL providers, URLs, and so on.
Provides information about how to troubleshoot using scripting. For example, tracing, thread dumps, profiles, and so on.
- Scripting reference material
Includes all of the reference material related to scripting. Topics include the syntax for wsadmin and for the admin command framework, explanations and examples for all of the scripting object commands, the scripting properties, and so on.
Getting started with scripting
Use the script library to automate the application serving environment
Administer applications using scripting
Manage deployed applications using scripting
Set servers with scripting
Set up intermediary services using scripting
Manage servers and nodes with scripting
Clustering servers with scripting
Set security with scripting
Set data access with scripting
Set messaging with scripting
Set mail, URLs, and resource environment entries with scripting
Set Web services applications using scripting
Use the Administration Thin Client
Troubleshooting with scripting
Scripting and command line reference material