WSScheduleCommands command group of AdminTask


Use the Jython or Jacl scripting languages to manage deployed applications with wsadmin. The commands and parameters in the WSScheduleCommands group can be used to create and manage scheduler settings in the configuration. Schedulers enable J2EE application tasks to run at a requested time.

The WSScheduleCommands includes the following commands:

 

deleteWSSchedule

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

Parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the scheduler. (String, required)

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getWSSchedule

The getWSSchedule command returns the settings of the specified scheduler.

Parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the scheduler. (String, required)

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listWSSchedules

The listWSSchedules command lists the scheduler.

Parameters and return values

-displayObjectNames

Set the value of this parameter to true to list the key set configuration objects within the scope. Set the value of this parameter to false to list the strings that contain the key set group name and management scope. (Boolean, optional)

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modifyWSSchedule

The modifyWSSchedule command changes the settings of an existing scheduler.

Parameters and return values

-name

The name that uniquely identifies the scheduler. (String, required)

-frequency

The period of time in days to wait before checking for expired certificates. (Integer, optional)

-dayOfWeek

The day of the week to check for expired certificates. (Integer, optional)

-hour

The hour of the day to check for expired certificates. (Integer, optional)

-minute

The minute to check for expired certificates. Use this parameter with the hour parameter. (Integer, optional)

-nextStartDate

The next time, in seconds, to check for expired certificate. (Long, optional)

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Related tasks


Use AdminTask for scripted administration

 

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Commands for AdminTask