I have found a few references to pausing/resuming endpoints like an MDB, but not much about dealing with just an activation spec. I imagine the trick is figuring out the appropriate query string for the queryNames command. This is an example that I found:
wsadmin>$AdminControl queryNames WebSphere:type=J2CMessageEndpoint,*,ActivationS
I've tried variations of this, but get no response back running the command. Am I on the right track? Is the correct format:
Or should it be something else?
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6 replies Latest Post - 2011-12-27T22:47:57Z by Ed_Hansen
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Re: Pause/Resume Activation Spec for SCA JMS Binding2011-12-20T15:34:22Z in response to Ed_HansenHi Ed,
By providing the MBean at the MessageEndpoint granularity, we allow you to pause message listening for an individual endpoint without having to pause listening for all MDBs mapped to that ActivationSpec. (This functionality also allows you to pause message listening without having to completely stop the app/EAR hosting the MDB.)
But it sounds like you are trying to stop all MessageEndpoints associated with a given ActivationSpec. Is that basically right?
That seems reasonable and I could probably find a sample of that (though it's a slow time as many people are on vacation).
Tom.Seelbach 060000UQSD11 Posts
Re: Pause/Resume Activation Spec for SCA JMS Binding2011-12-27T18:40:50Z in response to Tom.SeelbachHi Tom,
When I issue the command, I get no response. That is, I see the following:
wsadmin>$AdminControl queryNames :type=J2CMessageEndpoint
As a sanity check I ran the following command and got back a ton of output:
$AdminControl queryNames *
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