Scripting - IBM WAS ND v8.0



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  1. Scripting
  2. commands?
  3. Use
  4. Concepts
  5. JMX
  6. WAS configuration model
  7. Jacl
  8. Jython
  9. Get started
  10. What is new
  11. scripting objects
  12. Help object
  13. AdminApp
    1. List applications
    2. Edit application configurations
  14. AdminControl
    1. ObjectName, Attribute, and AttributeList classes
    2. Specify running objects
    3. Identify attributes and operations for running objects
    4. Performing operations on running objects
    5. Modify attributes on running objects
    6. Synchronize nodes
  15. AdminConfig
    1. Create configuration objects
    2. Output of AdminConfig attributes
    3. Specify configuration objects
    4. List attributes of configuration objects
    5. Modify configuration objects
    6. Remove configuration
    7. Remove the trust association interceptor class
    8. Change the application server configuration
    9. Modify nested attributes
    10. Saving configuration
  16. AdminTask
    1. Obtaining online help
    2. Invoke an administrative command in batch mode
    3. Invoke an administrative command in interactive mode
    4. Administrative command interactive mode environment
  17. Start
  18. Restrict remote access
  19. Use script library
    1. Automate server administration
    2. Automate administrative architecture setup library
    3. Automate application configurations
    4. Automate business-level application configurations
    5. Automate data access resource configuration
    6. Automate messaging resource configurations
    7. Automate authorization group configurations
    8. Automate resource configurations
    9. Display script library help information
    10. Saving changes to the script library
  20. WAS default directories
  21. Administer applications
    1. Install enterprise applications
    2. Set up business-level applications
    3. Example: Create an SCA business-level application with scripting
    4. Uninstall enterprise applications
    5. Delete business-level applications
    6. Pattern matching
    7. Manage administrative console applications
    8. Manage JavaServer Faces implementations
  22. Manage deployed applications
    1. Start applications
    2. Start business-level applications
    3. Stop applications
    4. Stop business-level applications
    5. Update installed applications
    6. Manage assets
    7. Manage composition units
    8. View JMS bindings on references and services of SCA composites
    9. Edit JMS bindings on references and services of SCA composites
    10. List the modules in an installed application
    11. Query the application state
    12. Disable application loading in deployed targets
    13. Export applications
    14. Export SCA composite definitions
    15. Export SCA domain information
    16. Export WSDL and XSD documents
  23. Configure applications
    1. Configure applications for session management
    2. Configure applications for session management in web modules
    3. Configure a shared library
    4. Configure a shared library for an application
    5. Set background applications
    6. Modify WAR class loader policies for applications
    7. Modify WAR class loader mode
    8. Modify class loader modes for applications
    9. Modify the starting weight of applications
    10. Configure namespace bindings
  24. Configure servers with scripting
    1. Create a server
    2. Configure a unique HTTP session clone ID for each application server
    3. Configure database session persistence
    4. Configure the Java virtual machine
    5. Configure EJB containers
    6. Configure timer manager custom properties
    7. Configure work manager custom properties
    8. Configure the Performance Monitoring Infrastructure
    9. Log Tivoli Performance Viewer data
    10. Limiting the growth of JVM log files
    11. Configure an ORB service
    12. Configure processes
    13. Configure the runtime transaction service
    14. Configure the WS-Transaction specification level
    15. Set port numbers to serverindex.xml
    16. Disable components
    17. Disable the trace service
    18. Configure servlet caching
    19. Enable dynamic cache service multi-cell and multi-core group invalidation with scripting
    20. Modify variables
    21. Increasing the Java virtual machine heap size
  25. Set up intermediary services
  26. Regenerate the node plug-in configuration
  27. Create new virtual hosts using templates with scripting
  28. Set up the DataPower appliance manager
  29. Copy DataPower appliance domains between managed sets
  30. Update firmware versions for DataPower appliances
  31. Administer managed domains, firmware, and settings versions
  32. WAS default directories
  33. Manage servers and nodes with scripting
    1. Stop a node
    2. Restarting node agent processes
    3. Start servers
    4. Stop servers
    5. Query server state
    6. List running applications on running servers
    7. Start listener ports
    8. Manage generic servers
    9. Set development mode for server objects
    10. Disable parallel startup
    11. Obtaining server version information with scripting
  34. WAS default directories
  35. Use properties files to manage system configuration
    1. Manage environment configurations with properties files
    2. Manage configuration objects using one properties file
    3. Manage configuration objects using properties files and scripting
    4. Create server, cluster, application, or authorization group objects using properties files and scripting
    5. Delete server, cluster, application, or authorization group objects using properties files
    6. Extract properties files
    7. Extract or modifying WCCM object properties
    8. Validate properties files
    9. Apply properties files
    10. Apply portable properties files across multiple environments
    11. Run administrative commands using properties files
    12. Manage specific configuration objects using properties files
  36. WAS default directories
  37. Administer jobs in a flexible management environment
    1. Register nodes with the job manager using commands
    2. Group nodes in a flexible management environment
    3. Run administrative jobs
    4. Run administrative jobs across multiple nodes
    5. Schedule future administrative jobs
    6. Manage administrative jobs
  38. Cluster scripting
    1. Create clusters
    2. Modify cluster member templates
    3. Create cluster members
    4. Create clusters without cluster members
    5. Start clusters
    6. Query cluster state
    7. Stop clusters
  39. Use the Administration Thin Client
    1. Compiling an administration application using the Thin Administration Client
    2. Run remotely in a J2SE environment
    3. Auditing invocations of
    4. WAS default directories
  40. Troubleshoot with scripting
    1. Trace operations
    2. Extract properties files to troubleshoot the environment
    3. Configure traces
    4. Turn traces on and off in servers processes
    5. Dump threads in server processes
    6. Set up profile scripts to make tracing easier
    7. Enable the Runtime Performance Advisor tool
    8. Configure scripting
    9. Scripting and command line reference material
    10. WAS default directories
  41. Scripting for batch applications
    1. Scripting batch applications
  42. Scripting for data access resources
    1. Configure data scripting
    2. Configure a JDBC provider
    3. Configure new data sources
    4. Configure new connection pools
    5. Change connection pool
    6. Configure new data source custom properties
    7. Configure new J2C authentication data entries
    8. Configure new WAS40 data sources
    9. Configure new WAS40 connection pools
    10. Configure custom properties for a v4.0 data source
    11. Configure new J2C resource adapters
    12. Configure custom properties for J2C resource adapters
    13. Configure new J2C connection factories
    14. Configure new J2C activation specifications
    15. Configure new J2C administrative objects
    16. Manage the message endpoint lifecycle
    17. Test data source connections
  43. Scripting for Mail, URLs, and other Java EE resources
    1. Configure mail, URLs, and resource environment scripting
    2. Configure new mail providers
    3. Configure new mail sessions
    4. Configure new protocols
    5. Configure new custom properties
    6. Configure new resource environment providers
    7. Configure custom properties for resource environment providers
    8. Configure new referenceables
    9. Configure new resource environment entries
    10. Configure custom properties for resource environment entries
    11. Configure new URL providers
    12. Configure custom properties for URL providers
    13. Configure new URLs
    14. Configure custom properties for URLs
  44. Welcome to scripting for Messaging resources
    1. Configure scripting
    2. Configure resources for the default messaging provider by
    3. Configure resources for WebSphere MQ messaging provider
    4. Configure the message listener service
    5. Configure new JMS providers
    6. Configure new JMS destinations
    7. Configure new JMS connections
    8. Configure new queue connection factories
    9. Configure new topic connection factories
    10. Configure new queues
    11. Configure new topics
  45. Scripting for naming and directory
    1. Configure namespace bindings
  46. Scripting for security
    1. Configure security with scripting
    2. Enable and disable security
    3. Enable and disable Java 2 security
    4. WizardCommands command group
    5. Configure multiple security domains
    6. Configure security domains
    7. Configure local operating system user registries
    8. Configure custom user registries
    9. Configure JAAS login modules
    10. Configure Common Secure Interoperability authentication
    11. Configure trust association
    12. Map resources to security domains
    13. Remove resources from security domains
    14. Remove security domains
    15. Remove user registries
    16. Configure the JACC provider for TAM
    17. Secure communications
      1. Create an SSL configuration at the node scope
      2. Automate SSL configurations
      3. Update default key store passwords
      4. Configure CA clients
      5. Administer CA clients
      6. Set a CA certificate as the default certificate
      7. Create CA personal certificates
      8. Revoking CA personal certificates
    18. Create self-signed certificates
    19. Enable authentication in the file transfer service
    20. Propagate security policy of installed applications to a JACC provider
    21. Configure custom adapters for federated repositories
    22. Disable embedded Tivoli Access Manager client
    23. Configure security auditing
      1. Configure audit service providers
      2. Configure audit event factories
      3. Configure auditable events
      4. Enable security auditing
      5. Configure security audit notifications
      6. Encrypting security audit data
      7. Signing security audit data
  47. Scripting for Service integration
  48. Print summary of runtime state of messaging engines running
  49. Scripting web applications
  50. Configure applications for session management
  51. Configure applications for session management in web modules
  52. Welcome to scripting for web services
    1. Start the scripting client
    2. Configure web services applications
    3. Enable WSDM
    4. Query web services
    5. Configure a web service client deployed WSDL file name
    6. Configure web service client-preferred port mappings
    7. Configure web service client port information
    8. Configure the scope of a web service port
    9. Publish WSDL files
    10. Configure application and system policy sets for web services
    11. Create policy sets
    12. Update policy set attributes
    13. Add and remove policies
    14. Edit policy configurations
    15. Enable secure conversation
    16. Manage WS-Security distributed cache configurations
    17. Configure custom policies and bindings for security tokens
    18. Create policy set attachments
    19. List policy sets available for attachment
    20. Manage policy set attachments
    21. Manage policy set attachments for service references
    22. Configure general, cell-wide bindings for policies
    23. Configure v6.1 server-specific default bindings for policies
    24. Configure application-specific and system bindings
    25. Create application-specific and trust service-specific bindings
    26. Delete application-specific bindings from the configuration
    27. Import and exporting policy sets
    28. Remove policy set bindings
    29. Remove policy set attachments
    30. Delete policy sets
    31. Refresh policy set configurations
    32. Configure secure sessions between clients and services
    33. Query the trust service
    34. Manage existing token providers
    35. Add and remove token provider custom properties
    36. Associate token providers with endpoint services (targets)