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Missing IBM Websphere SSL class
I was simply trying to install an Eclipse plugin from the Eclipse Marketplace into my RAD on one system and RSA on another, but I kept getting this error:
Some web searches find that text. After a few unsuccessful attempts, the "alternative" solution from Cann
I guess RAD started and loaded up the WAS SSL support, but RAD itself isn't fully able to use that.
Note also the warning to "reverse" that activity if you want to run WAS again under RAD.
Relevant but not successful
It seems that in our current configuration the WebSphere plugin does not reliably stop sending requests to a Cluster member when it's been taken down. Or sometimes it seems to take an inordinate amount of time for it to do so, or sometimes it starts sending requests before a restarting member is fully operational.
A quick workaround is to manually edit the plugin's configuration file on each web server to comment-out the unwanted servers. The plugin will automatically detect and apply the changes within a minute or so and stop routing requests to those servers until you manually uncomment them.
Plugin Configuration File Location
On our AIX systems, the plugin configuration file is in a location like:
(If you're ever uncertain you're looking in the correct location, look for the WebS
Plugin Configuration File Contents
Within that file are many configuration items, most should never be manually edited, but the ones we care about for this purpose are the <PrimaryServers> elements within each <ServerCluster> element.
The ServerCluster's "Name" attribute will tell you which element to edit.
Then the PrimaryServers element in that ServerCluster will list each of the individual <Server> Cluster members which are also defined within ServerCluster.
Removing a specific server from Plugin dispatching
The only change we have to make is to comment-out the specific Server which we want to cease receiving requests. So to disable the TestApp-B server on serverB: