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Hi

I have a WAS deployment on Windows. There are two services setup in Windows services - one for the Deployment Manager and one for the Node Agent.
I would like trigger a restart of an application (server) that sits underneath the Node Agent. By default, stopping the NodeAgent service does not stop the application but I think this should be possible if I set up the Node Agent configuration appropriately. Can anyone help me?

Thanks,

G
9 years ago
Hi all,

Cast your minds back to WAS 4. Where does ${APP_INSTALL_ROOT} get defined?
Some documentation states that is it within an Envorinment option in the Admin Console but I don't see this (in the version of the Admin Console packaged with WSAD 5.1.1). Does it map to an entry in a config file somewhere?

Thanks,

G
9 years ago
Paul - thank you - "Service Integration Bus". I feel a bit of a numpty now! That said, I too googled and there are a lot of entries that don't give the full name. I couldn't even find it under the search "com.ibm.websphere.sib site:ibm.com". (I have now found via "Service Integration Bus" site:ibm.com.
9 years ago
Hi,

As per the the thread title, can anybody tell me what the "SIB" in com.ibm.websphere.sib stands for? No guessing please!

Thanks.
9 years ago
A listener ‘listens’ for incoming network requests and starts the associated receiver or server connection channels to allow the queue manager to receive messages.
An extract from the 'IBM WebSphere MQ' entry in Wikipedia describes it well:



Communication between queue managers relies on a channel. Each queue manager uses one or more channels to send and receive data to other queue managers. A channel is uni-directional, a second channel is required to return data. In a TCP/IP based network, a channel will send or receive data on a specific port. A sending channel has a defined destination and is associated with a specific transmission queue, the mechanism by which messages are queued awaiting transmission on the channel; a receiving channel will receive data from any other queue manager with a sending channel of the same name. When a receiving channel receives a message, it is examined to see which queue manager and queue it is destined for. In the event of a communications failure, MQ can automatically re-establish a connection when the problem is resolved.

The "listener" has the function of detecting connections from incoming channels and manage the connection of the sending to the receiving channels. It is the application's network interface to the queue manager. In a TCP/IP network, the listener will "listen" for connections on a specific port.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_WebSphere_MQ
Just based on my own experience and supported by WebSphere Application Server 5.1 Info Center:

You can edit a deployment descriptor file manually. However, it is preferable to edit a deployment descriptor using an Assembly Toolkit deployment descriptor editor to ensure that the deployment descriptor has valid properties and that its references contain appropriate values.

10 years ago
The directory path needs to go in single quotes if directories include spaces i.e. for you
df -h '/mnt/test dir/'

So, the next challenge is to set your folderPath to include the single quotes but a bit of experimentation with escape characters should resolve that.
10 years ago
Have you manually edited ibm-web-bnd.xmi? If so, the references don't seem to be very tolerent of such changes.
10 years ago
Seems fine:

jar uf foo.ear bar.jar
10 years ago
Hi,

I have an ear file where all I want to do is replace one library jar with an updated one. Can I do this simply by using "jar uf" syntax or is there anything else I need to be aware of?

Thanks

gm
10 years ago
Thanks for the replies. I'm at least getting a better understanding of how the stack(s) work.
11 years ago
Hi,

As the title suggests, I would like to develop a servlet which could output the current stack size at fixed time intervals. Is this feasible? Can anyone give me any assistance?

Thanks,

GM
11 years ago
Done.

(Any ideas about my question?)
12 years ago
Hi,

I have Tomcat installed on my PC and it works fine under the XP userid who installed it but it won't work for other XP userids. Do you know why?

Here are the specifics:
1. Installed Tomcat by XP admin user - all works fine under this user.
2. Logon as another user (either a different admin user or a standard user) and the Tomcat Service shows as running but 'permission denied' when trying to restart it. Also http://localhost:8080 simply returns 'Page Cannot Be Displayed / DNS error...'

Thanks,

Guy
12 years ago