I think if you were to specify the -instance parameter on the wsadmin
invocation you could workaround this problem.  Because Express does not
ship a "default" instance, it looks for wsadmin.properties in the invalid
location you show below.  wsadmin will always look for a wsadmin.properties
file under $USER_INSTALL_ROOT/properties.

So if you have created an Express instance named myexp you would invoke
wsadmin as follows:
$> /qibm/proddata/WebASE/ASE5/bin/wsadmin -instance myexp -conntype SOAP
ildevxp1 -port 7880

Frances Stewart
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Anyone know if it's possible to use the wsadmin on an iSeries to administer
a remote Websphere server?

I've tried to connect to a remote server, but every time I get the
$> /qibm/proddata/WebASE/ASE5/bin/wsadmin -conntype SOAP -host
ildevxp1 -port 7880

WASX7011E: Cannot find file

Obviously, for a remote server, I would have no instance information on the
local server.

I have no problems administering a local server.


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