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modifyWMQActivationSpec command

Use the modifyWMQActivationSpec command to change certain parameters of a WebSphere MQ messaging provider activation specification.

To run the command, use the AdminTask object of the wsadmin scripting client.

This command is valid only when it is used with WAS v7 and later application servers. Do not use it with earlier versions.

For a list of the available WebSphere MQ messaging provider administrative commands, plus a brief description of each command, run at the wsadmin prompt:

print AdminTask.help('WMQAdminCommands')

For overview help on a given command, run at the wsadmin prompt:

print AdminTask.help('command_name')

After using the command, save changes to the master configuration. For example, use the following command:

AdminConfig.save()

Use the modifyWMQActivationSpec command to modify a WebSphere MQ messaging provider activation specification defined at the scope at which the command is issued.

You cannot change the type of an activation specification. For example, you cannot create an activation specification where you enter all the configuration information manually and then modify it to use a CCDT.

For a CCDT-based activation specification, you cannot modify of the following parameters:

For a generic activation specification, you cannot modify any of the following parameters:


Target object

A WebSphere MQ messaging provider activation specification at the specific scope.



Required parameters

The parameters for this command are identical to those used to create a WebSphere MQ messaging provider activation specification.



Optional parameters

The parameters for this command are identical to those used to create a WebSphere MQ messaging provider activation specification.

New feature: New feature: If either the -qmgrHostname or -qmgrPortNumber parameters are specified without the -connectionNameList parameter being specified, then it is assumed that a connection name list should no longer be used to connect to WebSphere MQ and that the specified host name and port number information should be used instead. As a result of this the -connectionNameList parameter is set to blank.New feature:

Note the behavior of this command on the -customProperties parameter.

-customProperties

This parameter specifies custom properties to be passed to the WebSphere MQ messaging provider activation specification implementation. Typically, custom properties are used to set attributes of the activation specification which are not directly supported through the WebSphere administration interfaces.

Each custom property is specified using name and value table step parameters. Since these are table steps, the order of the two parameters is fixed, so always specify the name first and the value second:

For example, -WAS_EndpointInitialState is a custom property that can be used with the -customProperties parameter. The value of -WAS_EndpointInitialState must be ACTIVE or INACTIVE. -WAS_EndpointInitialState determines whether the endpoint is activated when the endpoint is registered. If the parameter is set to active, message consumption begins from the JMS destination as soon as the activation specification is used for a message-driven bean to connect with the destination.

This parameter should be ignored for subsequent activation or deactivation via the J2CMessageEndpoint MBean.

New name/value pairs are added to the existing set of custom properties using the following rules:


Example


Use the wsadmin scripting AdminTask object for scripted administration
Start the wsadmin scripting client using wsadmin.sh


Related


createWMQActivationSpec command
deleteWMQActivationSpec command
listWMQActivationSpecs command
showWMQActivationSpec command
Map of administrative console panel names to command names and WebSphere MQ names
WMQAdminCommands command group

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