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partial export using xmlconfig

 
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Hi,
Could you give me an example of how to use the partial export. I am trying to use it to partially export just 1 application server from my Websphere setup which has multiple application servers.
X:\XMLConfig -export <xml output file> [-partial <xml data file>] ]

What would be inside this xml data file ?
Thanx in advance,
Vijay
 
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Try something like this:
xmlconfig -export Dsr.xml -adminNodeName orlt128a -partial Portal_ExportWebApp.xml -nameServiceHost orlt128a
Where your xml file contains this:

 
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