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Service providers collection at the application level

View and manage service providers at the application level.

To view a service provider using this administrative console page, perform the following steps:

  1. Click Applications > Application Types > WebSphere enterprise applications > Service_provider_application_instance > Service providers.
  2. Locate the service of interest by name in the Name column.

  3. Click the service of interest in the Name column.

  4. View the detail of the service.

To change the listening state of a service...

  1. Select the service of interest, and click Start Listener, to start the service listener or Stop Listener, to stop the service listener. Starting the service listener makes all the endpoints for the service provider to be available and to receive messages. Stopping the listener makes all the endpoints for the service provider to be unavailable.

  2. Click a module name in the Module column to access the module detail page.


Name

Name of the service provider. The service QName (Java class javax.xml.namespace.QName) is displayed when you hover your mouse pointer over the Name field.


Type

Type of service.


Module

Name of the module containing the service.


Status

Indicates the status for the service listener.

Service listener status Description

Service endpoints are listening.

Service endpoints are running, but the listener control is not supported because of the characteristics of this service; for example, the application is installed on a Feature Pack for Web Services server.

Either the deployed asset is partially started or the service endpoints are listening on some, but not all the target servers.

The deployed asset is partially started and the listener control is not supported.

Service endpoints are not listening, but the deployed asset is running.

Service endpoints are not listening because the deployed asset is not running.

Service endpoints are not listening because the deployed asset is not running. Listener control is not supported.

Deployed asset is partially stopped. Service endpoints are not listening.

Deployed asset is partially stopped. Service endpoints are not listening. Listener control is not supported because of the characteristics of this service; for example, the application is installed on a Feature Pack for Web Services server.

Status cannot be determined.


Related:

  • Overview of service and endpoint listeners
  • View service providers at the application level
  • View service providers at the cell level
  • Service providers collection at the cell level
  • Service provider policy sets and bindings collection