Configuring administration services
We can configure administration services such as remote file services, repository services, and JMX (JMX) connectors.
- Repository service settings
Use this page to view and change the configuration for an administrative service repository.
- Remote files services for file transfer and file synchronization
Configuration documents describe the available application servers, their configurations, and their contents. Two file services manage configuration documents: the file transfer service and the file synchronization service.
- Configure remote file services
Configuration data for the WAS product resides in files. Two services help you reconfigure and otherwise manage these files: the file transfer service and file synchronization service.
- JMX connector properties
We can specify or set a property in the console, wsadmin.sh, Application Server commands, the scripts that run from a command-line interface, or a custom Java administrative client program that you write. We can also set SOAP connector properties in the soap.client.props file and IPC connector properties in the ipc.client.props file.
- JMX connectors
Use this page to view and change the configuration for JMX connectors, which make connections between server processes. The types of JMX connectors are SOAP, Remote Method Invocation (RMI), JMX Remote API (JSR 160) Remote Method Invocation (JSR160RMI), and Inter-Process Communications (IPC).
- SOAP connector and Inter-Process Communications connector properties files
Use the soap.client.props file to set properties for the SOAP connector and the ipc.client.props file to set properties for the Inter-Process Communications (IPC) connector. Most of the properties in the ipc.client.props file have corresponding properties in the soap.client.props file.
- Extension MBean Providers collection
Use this page to view and change the configuration for JMX extension MBean providers.
- Extension MBean collection
We can configure Java Management Extension (JMX) MBeans to extend the existing WebSphere Application Server managed resources in the console. Use this page to register JMX MBeans. Any MBeans listed have already been registered.
- Administrative audit messages in system logs
The product provides administrative audit messages in system logs containing some audit information. The audit messages described in this topic are part of the standard product audit stream and do not provide administrative event auditing information such as who changed files.