Administering Liberty manually
You can administer Liberty from the command prompt, configure it with web server plug-ins, and capture its status. You can package a Liberty server configuration along with the applications that it runs, for distribution to colleagues, or installation on other systems. If available, you can use the Equinox OSGi console to aid with debugging.
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The server.xml file is the primary configuration file for the server. You can edit this file, and the files it includes, in a text editor. You can also change the location of the server.xml file. However, for most configurations you do not need to do this.
The bootstrap.properties file is used to specify properties that need to be available before the main configuration is processed. If you update the bootstrap.properties file, you must restart the server for the changes to take effect.
See also Adding and removing Liberty features.
<server> <featureManager> <feature>servlet-3.0</feature> <feature>localConnector-1.0</feature> </featureManager> </server>
<server> <featureManager> <feature>servlet_3.0</feature> </featureManager> <application name="snoop" location="/mywebapps/snoop" id="snoop" type="war"/> </server>
For detailed information about specific aspects of server configuration, see the subtopics.