IBM WebSphere Application Server Plugin

The IBM WebSphere Application Server, also known as WAS, is an Application Server built using J2EE, XML, and Web Services. WAS is supported on Windows, AIX, and Linux, as well as other operating systems.

IBM WebSphere Application Server provides a Java application server runtime environment and it can be used to connect website users to servlets. It allows users to create and manage sophisticated business websites.

The WebSphere plugin is an automation based plugin. It is run during the deployment to automate WebSphere application installs, execute WebSphere run-book automations, check the status of an WebSphere application, and run custom wsadmin scripts. The WebSphere plugin relies on the wsadmin executable to start/stop a websphere server or application, install/uninstall an application, check the status/configuration of an application, and execute a user defined wsadmin script.

In the process designer Available Plugin Steps, navigate to Application Server > Java > WebSphere.

This plugin has the following steps for you to add to your processes:

For information about WAS, see http://www-01.ibm.com/software/websphere/.