"Frances Stewart" <francess@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote
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news:OF5BF6A8EB.62C990D2-ON86256D51.00626505-86256D51.0062A0B5@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 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.

The problem is, if I'm trying to connect to a remote server, where would the
'instance' information be?

david



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