Command-line Administration in WebSphere 5.0

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To demonstrate how to use command-line administration and scripting to manage and configure the WebSphere environment

Target Audience

Those wishing to qualify as an IBM Certified System Administrator for WebSphere Application Server 5.0; this Certified System Administrator is expected to perform the installation, configuration, and day-to-day tasks associated with ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of a WebSphere runtime environment, including product installation, configuration, and deployment of J2EE applications, connecting to back-end resources, and basic troubleshooting

Prerequisites

A good understanding of the J2EE application model, e.g., EJBs, JSP, HTTP sessions, and servlets; a good understanding of J2EE 1.2 and J2EE 1.3 technologies, e.g. JDBC, JMS, JNDI, JTA, and JAAS; a good understanding of HTTP server administration; good system administration experience of operating systems, e.g. Windows NT/2000, UNIX, z/OS, OS/400, and Linux; a good understanding of basic Internet concepts, e.g. firewalls, web browsers, TCP/IP, SSL, and HTTP; a good understanding of standard markup languages such as XML and HTML; a basic knowledge of Web services, e.g. SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL; a basic knowledge of bean scripting framework languages; an ability to describe differences between the various WebSphere Application Server 5.0 editions

Expected Duration

180 min.

Course Objectives

Command-line Administration in WebSphere 5.0

  • recognize the role JMX plays in the WebSphere system-management infrastructure.
  • access information and help in wsadmin.
  • use wsadmin to configure and administer WebSphere.
  • perform administration using wsadmin.
  • use command-line tools to work with WebSphere configurations.
  • use command-line tools to work with WebSphere components.
  • use command-line tools to control WebSphere components.
  • use the command line to manage servers and work with EAR files.
  • use command-line tools to administer WebSphere.
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