If you make changes to
Maximo® Health, such as customized Java™ classes or database scripts, you can copy them to a customization archive. Then, you can apply the customizations to server bundles when you deploy Maximo Health. This
feature is useful for moving customizations from a test to a production environment and for
Customization archive guidelines
The customization archive is a set of files that contain changes and customizations that you make to the application. Customizations can include changes such as Java classes, XML, database scripts, or additional application server files that you created in a development environment.
Configuring the application server
To customize IBM WebSphere® Application Server Liberty, you can apply custom configurations when you activate Maximo Health.
Configuring JVM options
Administrators can add Java virtual machine (JVM) configuration options to the IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty application server on which a server bundle runs. For example, you can specify memory options to improve performance or specify logging options for the server bundle.
Retrieving the contents of an administrative image
After you configure Maximo Health to send build images to an external registry, you can retrieve the administrative image and instantiate it in a Docker container. You can then review the contents of the container or use it as a development environment for customizations.