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Action : was.chgports   (Category : was, Name : chgports, By : kikonf)
Complete Name : was.chgports.by.kikonf
Version : 5.0        License : Modified BSD License

Purpose of the was category :
Easy to customize. This category use in background the wsadmin command in jython mode (through AdminConfig, AdminControl and AdminTask), to drive WebSphere Application Server configuration.
You can use it to manage the whole WebSphere architecture.

Purpose of this chgports plugin : Change all the JVM (TM) ports

The following shows a sample Action File to use with the Action : was.chgports
This sample file can be run with this command : kikact  was.chgports

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<chgports
    type = 'action'
    starting_port='3000'
    >
    <scope node = 'localhostNode01' server = 'server1'/>
        
<!--
    <was6Ports 
        BOOTSTRAP_ADDRESS='5000'
        SOAP_CONNECTOR_ADDRESS='5001'
        SAS_SSL_SERVERAUTH_LISTENER_ADDRESS='5002'
        CSIV2_SSL_SERVERAUTH_LISTENER_ADDRESS='5003'
        CSIV2_SSL_MUTUALAUTH_LISTENER_ADDRESS='5004'
        WC_adminhost='5005'
        WC_defaulthost='5006'
        DCS_UNICAST_ADDRESS='5007'
        WC_adminhost_secure='5008'
        WC_defaulthost_secure='5009'
        SIP_DEFAULTHOST='5010'
        SIP_DEFAULTHOST_SECURE='50011'
        SIB_ENDPOINT_ADDRESS='5012'
        SIB_ENDPOINT_SECURE_ADDRESS='5013'
        SIB_MQ_ENDPOINT_ADDRESS='5014'
        SIB_MQ_ENDPOINT_SECURE_ADDRESS='5015'
        ORB_LISTENER_ADDRESS='5016'
    />
-->

</chgports>
							
(Source: <KIKONF_INSTALLATION_DIR>/plugins/actions/was/chgports/by/kikonf/was.chgports.by.kikonf.xml)


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