WSCertExpMonitorCommands


Use the Jython or Jacl scripting languages to configure security with wsadmin. The commands and parameters in the WSCertExpMonitorCommands group can be used to start or update the certificate expiration monitor.

The WSCertExpMonitorCommands includes the following commands:

 

createWSCertExpMonitor

The createWSCertExpMonitor command creates the certificate expiration monitor settings in the configuration.

Target objectNone.

Required parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the certificate expiration monitor. (String, required)

-autoReplace

Set the value of this parameter to true to replace a certificate within a certificate expiration date. If not, set the value of this parameter to false. (Boolean, required)

-deleteOld

Set the value of this parameter to true to delete an old certificate during certificate expiration monitoring. If not, set the value of this parameter to false. (Boolean, required)

-daysBeforeNotification

The number of days before a certificate expires to be notified of the expiration. (Integer, required)

-wsScheduleName

The name of the scheduler to use for certificate expiration. (String, required)

-wsNotificationName

The name of the notifier to use for certificate expiration. (String, required)

-isEnabled

Set the value of this parameter to true if the certificate expiration monitor is enabled. If not, set the value of this parameter to false. (Boolean, optional)

Examples

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deleteWSCertExpMonitor

The deleteWSCertExpMonitor command deletes the settings of a scheduler from the configuration.

Target object

None.

Required parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the certificate expiration monitor. (String, required)

Examples

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getWSCertExpMonitor

The getWSCertExpMonitor command displays the settings of a particular scheduler.

Target object

None.

Required parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the certificate expiration monitor. (String, required)

Examples

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listWSCertExpMonitor

The listWSCertExpMonitor command lists the scheduler in the configuration.

Target object

None.

Required parameters and return values

-displayObjectNames

If we set the value of this parameter to true, the command returns the certificate expiration monitor configuration object. If we set the value of this parameter to false, the command returns the name of the certificate expiration monitor. (Boolean, optional)

Examples

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modifyWSCertExpMonitor

The modifyWSCertExpMonitor command changes the setting of an existing scheduler.

Target object

None.

Required parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the certificate expiration monitor. (String, required)

-autoReplace

Set the value of this parameter to true to replace a certificate within a certificate expiration date. If not, set the value of this parameter to false. (Boolean, required)

-deleteOld

Set the value of this parameter to true to delete an old certificate during certificate expiration monitoring. If not, set the value of this parameter to false. (Boolean, required)

-daysBeforeNotification

The number of days before a certificate expires to be notified of the expiration. (Integer, required)

-wsScheduleName

The name of the scheduler to use for certificate expiration. (String, required)

-wsNotificationName

The name of the notifier to use for certificate expiration. (String, required)

-isEnabled

Set the value of this parameter to true if the certificate expiration monitor is enabled. If not, set the value of this parameter to false. (Boolean, optional)

Examples

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startCertificateExpMonitor

The startCertificateExpMonitor command performs certificate monitoring. This command visits all key stores and checks to see if they are within certificate expiration range.

Target object

None.

Required parameters and return values

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