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updated.pngAutomatically deploying the Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications on WebSphere Application Server

Authors: MichaelAfshar, SudarshaWijenayake
Build basis: The Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 4.0 and later

By using Jython scripting, you can reduce the effort and resources associated with common administration tasks in WebSphere Application Server.
The following scripts are provided out of the box and can be used:

  • clm_was_config.py This script configures WebSphere Application Server settings.
  • clm_deploy.py This script deploys CLM applications on a single server.
  • clm_deployed_distributed.py This script deploys CLM applications in a distributed environment.
  • clm_undeploy.py This script removes previously deployed CLM applications.
  • clm_undeploy_distributed.py This script removes previously deployed CLM applications in a distributed environment.

General Restriction: The deploy and undeploy scripts are meant to be used together. If you deploy the .WAR files in the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console without using the deploy script, then you must undeploy the .WAR files by using the Integrated Solutions Console. If the undeploy script is not working as expected, check the application names in the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console. The deploy and undeploy scripts use the application names with a dot, such as jts.war, whereas Integrated Solutions Console may assign names with an underscore, such as jts_war.
IBM i and z/OS Restriction: These WebSphere Application Server Jython scripts are not supported on IBM® i or z/OS® operating systems.

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