Make the most of completely revamped administration tools in WebSphere Version 5 IBM WebSphere Version 5 offers a completely rewritten, radically improved infrastructure for administering servers and applications. Now, its creators have written the definitive WebSphere Version 5 administration reference and tutorial: everything you need to manage WebSphere to the highest levels of performance and efficiency. The authors systematically cover all four WebSphere administration toolsets: command-line utilities, the new Administrative Console, scripting tools, and Java management APIs. You'll find a complete library of code examples, plus powerful new insider's tips for maximizing your productivity as a WebSphere administrator. Whether you're managing WebSphere Version 5 or incorporating administrative support into new WebSphere applications, this book provides you with the techniques, examples, and tips you need to do it right. Fundamentals of WebSphere administration: servers, nodes, node agents, cells, clusters, and the deployment manager Revamped package structure of WebSphere Version 5 and its implications Process internals, distributed administration features, administrative security, and XML configuration file structure Command-line tools: a complete reference with practical examples Web-based graphical management with the new Administrative Console Scripting the management features of WebSphere Version 5 with wsadmin Writing custom management programs Extending the native WebSphere administrative system with new managed options Using Java administrative APIs to manage WebSphere applications from other products Sum Includes extensive code examples, real-world scenarios, and best practicesAny properties files specified on the wsadmin command-line option. ... Table 5.1 Quick Reference for Java Properties Used by Scripting Client Property Name Description com. ibm.ws. scripting, classpath Additional paths to append to the list ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||IBM WebSphere System Administration|
|Author||:||Lavena Chan, Roger Cundiff|
|Publisher||:||IBM Press - 2004|