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Sharing Server Settings

vipul bondugula
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Hi Ranchers,

i configured websphere 7's Queue Connection Factory, Queues, Activation Specifications and some other settings. I and few people are working in a team. I want all my team to use my settings instead of they configuring from admin console.

I checked for an option to create server as a project in myeclipse. But there is no option. Please suggest me how to share my server settings with workspace or any other...?

Vipul Kumar

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You can export the settings from the server in a car file. THis needs to be done at the command line and is described here. The car file can then be checked into version control.

Two caveats:
  • When you import the car file, copy it into c:\temp or somplace with a short name. Long Windows names cause the import trouble
  • We encountered trouble importing the bus and needed to copy that file separately. Still in version control but not in the car

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    vipul bondugula
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    Thanks for the reply. Thanks for the suggestion.
    I agree. Here's the link:
    subject: Sharing Server Settings
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