Using the full potential of Jython to build compact and maintainable wsadmin scripts
Leveraging dictionaries, lists, functional programming, classes, packages, and more
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First published: January 16, 2008
Most script writers code Jython scripts in the same style as they code Jacl and shell scripts, but Jython provides language constructs that can produce more compact, intuitive, readable -- and therefore more maintainable -- configuration and administration scripts for IBM WebSphere Application Server. This article demonstrates how to use dictionaries, lists, function parameter passing, functional programming, classes, modules, packages, regular expressions and threads with wsadmin-oriented examples.
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