We're all set with the wsadmin shell. The commands work fine running thru QShell. We've also got Jython scripts that deploy to Websphere running on Linux. Those connect via SSH. The scripts should be more simple for deployment to Websphere on IBMi. The question now is how to connect to the IBMi system from our Windows server running Jenkins.
From: JAVA400-L [mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dan Kimmel
Sent: Wednesday, September 09, 2015 8:24 PM
To: Java Programming on and around the IBM i
Subject: Re: Websphere remote scripting
In most J2EE compliant shells you can put a WAR file in the webapp path and it will auto-deploy. WebSphere and EAR's require some extra work.
wsadmin is a jython shell. It reads and executes jython (python) scripts.
You can go into the IFS remotely with QSHELL and a 5250 emulator and work with wsadmin. wsadmin is an ordinary .sh file that launches a JVM that embodies the python interpreter. Install the WebSphere tools for eclipse; there's a python editor in it that includes prompting for the wsadmin objects like AdminTask and AdminConfig. The -f option in the wsadmin command line is the name of a .py script wsadmin interprets.
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