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I want to change Websphere default port

 
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Hi,

I want to change Websphere default port, Is it possible.

Following port I want to change, which is best method console mode or file, do anyone have document.


BOOTSTRAP_ADDRESS
SOAP_CONNECTOR_ADDRESS
DRS_CLIENT_ADDRESS
JMSSERVER_QUEUED_ADDRESS
JMSSERVER_DIRECT_ADDRESS

HTTP (admin console)
HTTPS (admin console)
 
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You can change the ports either using WAS ISC console OR via Jython script. Either case works. If this is a one time exercise then you should change it via Console. But never attempt to change the XML files present under the config folder.

In cases Administrators do not allow editing via Console, you can create a Jython script to change it.
 
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