WebSphere Check Application is Not Running Step

This step is used to ensure an application is not running.

Required properties:

Property Name Description
Application Name Set the name of the application that you want to check. For example: ${p:resource/websphere.appwarName}
Connection Type Select the Connection Type to use with wsadmin. The default value is "SOAP". Possible values are:
  • SOAP
  • RMI
  • NONE

Optional properties:

Property Name Description
Cell Name The name of the cell to be administered. The default value is: ${p:resource/websphere.cell}.
Node Name The name of the node to be administered. The default value is: ${p:resource/websphere.node}.
Server Name The name of the server to be administered. For example: ${p:resource/websphere.server_nocluster}
Cluster Name The name of the cluster to be administered.
Command Path The directory location of the wsadmin command-line executable. For example:
/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/bin/
The default value is: ${p:resource/websphere.commandPath}.
User Name The user name to be used to connect to the WebSphere Node. The default values is ${p:resource/websphere.user}.
Password The password to be used to connect to the WebSphere Node.
Password Script To use a script or property lookups for your password, leave the Password field blank and enter it here.
Host Hostname of the server to connect to. For example: ${p:resource/websphere.host}
Port The port to connect to. For example: ${p:resource/websphere.port}
Additional Command Line Arguments New line separated list of additional command line arguments to pass to wsadmin. These will be appended as the last arguments of the command line.