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Pinned topic Augmenting this Feature Pack

‏2010-07-12T15:23:12Z |
The Modern Batch function is optional, so you must actually add it to the WebSphere Application Server profile in which you want to use this function.
This is called “augmentation.” The WebSphere Feature Pack for Modern Batch beta supports both standalone WebSphere Application Server servers and Network Deployment cells.
For Network Deployment, you must augment the dmgr profile and each application server profile with which you want to use the batch function.

On non z/OS system, the Profile Managemnt Tools (PMT) does not have the ability to augment the Modern Batch FeP.
Therefore, to augment, you must use the manageprofiles command.

The arguments for the manageprofiles command is:
manageprofiles -augment -profileName <name of profile> -templatePath <was_root>/profileTemplates/BAT/<template to use>

Here's an example to augment standalone WebSphere Application Server with Modern Batch FeP on Windows

From <was_root>/bin directory, run this command:
.\manageprofiles.bat -augment -profileName AppSrv01 -templatePath c:\WebSphere\AppServer\profileTemplates\BAT\default

where AppSrv01 = the profile name of the standalone server
and c:\WebSphere\AppServer\profileTemplates\BAT\default = the path of the Modern Batch FeP default template.

Here's an example to augment ND cell (Dmgr and 2 nodes) with Modern Batch FeP on Windows
From <was_root>/bin directory,
To augment Dmgr: .\manageprofiles.bat -augment -profileName Dmgr01 -templatePath c:\WebSphere\AppServer\profileTemplates\BAT\managment
To augment managed node:
.\manageprofiles.bat -augment -profileName Custom01 -templatePath c:\WebSphere\AppServer\profileTemplates\BAT\managed
.\manageprofiles.bat -augment -profileName Custom02 -templatePath c:\WebSphere\AppServer\profileTemplates\BAT\managed

For more information, please refer to topic 2 "Augment a WebSphere Application Server profile" of the QuickStart Guide