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Working with SIBus queues and topic spaces using wsadmin and Jython in WebSphere Application Server
You can configure the SIBus by using the Integrated Solutions Console (ISC) web console, or by using the command line in the wsadmin tool using Jython. But, all the available examples that show how to send/receive messages to SIBus destinations are done in Java only. This tutorial shows how you can do these operations with wsadmin and Jython, which is the preferred scripting language to write scripts to test or administer WebSphere Application Server.
Tutorial 23 Aug 2017
JVM updates in WebSphere Application Server V8: Using wsadmin and Jython to easily collect and report WebSphere Application Server PMI data
This article describes how you can use wsadmin introspection with Jython to easily retrieve Performance Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI) metrics for IBM WebSphere Application Server. IBM Tivoli Performance Viewer is used as a model for performance reporting. A high level review of PMI architecture is included.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 25 May 2016
Retrieve performance metrics from the WebSphere Liberty profile, Part 1: Setup and configuration
This two-part tutorial series shows how to retrieve performance metrics from the IBM WebSphere Liberty profile. You gather the performance metrics from a Liberty collective controller and server members by using Jython scripts. In this part, Part 1, you install and configure the WebSphere Liberty profile, collective controller, and collective member. You also learn how to use the Liberty Feature Repository in local mode. In Part 2, you use Jython scripts to collect the data.
Also available in: Chinese  
Tutorial 19 Feb 2016
Retrieve performance metrics from the WebSphere Liberty profile, Part 2: Data collection by using Jython
This two-part tutorial series shows how to retrieve performance metrics from the IBM WebSphere Liberty profile. You gather the performance metrics from a collective controller and server members by using Jython scripts. In Part 1, you installed and configured the WebSphere Liberty profile, collective controller, and collective member. Plus, you learned how to use the Liberty Feature Repository in local mode. In this part, Part 2, you use Jython scripts to collect the data.
Also available in: Chinese  
Tutorial 19 Feb 2016
Best practices for converting wsadmin scripts from Jacl to Jython
This article describes best practices for manual and automatic conversion of Jacl script to Jython. Jacl and Jython are types of WebSphereAdministration Scripting (wsadmin scripts), which is the preferred way to manage servers and applications on WebSphere Application Server. Of the two types of wsadmin scripts, Jython is the preferred scripting method since WebSphere Application Server V7. Future investment will focus on Jython as development on Jacl stabilizes. Thus, to ease future maintenance, convert your wsadmin scripts from Jacl to Jython.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 13 Dec 2013
Using the latest Jython with a WebSphere Application Server wsadmin thin client
Current versions of IBM WebSphere Application Server ship with Jython v2.1, which is behind the most current release of Jython. Jython 2.5.2 (the current version as of this writing) has improved language features, libraries, and performance relative to Jython 2.1. Fortunately, WebSphere Application Server is designed in such a way that using the latest Jython is relatively straightforward. This article describes how to set up a wsadmin thin client to use the latest Jython for your wsadmin scripts. Using the wsadmin thin client configured with the latest Jython enables you to write scripts that leverage the latest language features and improvements. Once you have completed the setup described in this article on one machine, you can replicate it readily to any similar machine in your environment.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Portuguese  
Articles 18 Jul 2012
Using Jython servlets with WebSphere Application Server for more than system administration
It is common for developers to use Jython scripting in IBM WebSphere Application Server to perform system management tasks, but with some simple additions, it is easy to add Jython processing to supplement your servlet and JSP application programming. This article describes what you need to do to incorporate Jython servlets into your projects for even greater flexibility.
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Articles 25 Jan 2012
Reusing Jython scripts for WebSphere Application Server system administration
If you write Jython administrative scripts for IBM WebSphere Application Server, you probably have some routines that you'd like to reuse. There are several different techniques you can use do this, each with its own advantages, disadvantages, and challenges. This article presents a comprehensive collection of information on reusing Jython objects that applies to WebSphere Application Server V6.1 through V8.0, including considerations to help make sure you choose the right technique for your environment.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 03 Aug 2011
WebSphere Application Server Administration Using Jython
This book’s expert authors begin with practical introductions to both WebSphere Application Server administration and Jython, today’s powerful, Java implementation of Python. Next, they cover a broad spectrum of WebSphere management tasks and techniques, presenting real, easy-to-adapt solutions for everything from server configuration and security to database management.
Books 15 Jul 2011
Scripting from scratch: Creating a Jython administrative script for IBM WebSphere Application Server
Developing IBM WebSphere Application Server administrative scripts from scratch is not difficult, but practical information to step you through the process is difficult to come by. This article helps you do just that, beginning with an idea of what you want your script to do, and then proceeding through iterative development steps that result in a complete sample script that includes comments, usage information, and command line parameter processing.
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Articles 07 Apr 2010
Managing WebSphere Adapters more effectively through wsadmin in WebSphere Process Server
This article introduces advanced automatic management for WebSphere Adapter on WebSphere Process Server. Jython-based wsadmin scripts are provided to integrate the Adapter in an efficient and scalable way. Guidelines are also introduced to help you smoothly migrate from Jacl to Jython.
Articles 20 Jan 2010
Command assistance simplifies administrative scripting in WebSphere Application Server
Command assistance is a feature that provides wsadmin commands in the Jython scripting language for various actions performed within the IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 administrative console. This article offers usage scenarios that could assist you in leveraging the full capabilities of this feature. Those who will benefit most from this information are administrators with beginner to intermediate experience with wsadmin and scripting. Those not familiar with command assistance will learn how to use it, store a history of commands, and make the commands generic through the use of variables.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 17 Dec 2008
Customizing WebSphere Studio to use the Struts Scripting tool with ActionClasses in Jython
This article describes how to set up WebSphere Studio Application Developer V5.1.2 (hereafter called Application Developer) to use the Struts Scripting tool to implement ActionClasses in Jython. Developing Struts actions using a scripting language gives you a faster write-and-test cycle and lets you reuse existing Jython/Python scripts without translating them into Java. Choosing Jython as your scripting language lets you easily interact with Java and use the Struts framework classes. The configuration, however, is a bit tricky, because it is based on the Bean Scripting Framework, the Struts scripting tool, and Jython. This article provides a step-by-step guide to customize the environment. You should have some experience with WebSphere Studio, Struts, and Jython or Python.
Articles 30 Mar 2005
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