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Action : was.envars   (Category : was, Name : envars, By : kikonf)
Complete Name : was.envars.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 envars plugin : Creates one or more JVM environment(s) variable(s) into the target Server

The following shows the Descriptor File for the Action : was.envars

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<envars
    type = '{\
        *eq:action,\
        *required:True,\
        *display:False\
    }'
    bal = '{*display:False}'
    sub_type = '{\
        *value:configuration,\
        *eq:configuration,\
        *required:True,\
        *deny:True,\
        *display:False\
    }'
    softwares = "{
        '*type':'dict',
        '*dtype':
            {
                'was':
                {
                    '*ge':'6.1',
                    '*le':'7.9',
                    '*required':True
                }
            },
        '*deny':True, 
        '*display':False
    }"

    prefix='{*help:%lang/action.was.en/prefix.help,*lhelp:%lang/action.was.en/prefix.lhelp}'
    __wk__='{*eq:1,\
        *help:%lang/action.was.en/envars.help,\
        *lhelp:%lang/action.was.en/envars.lhelp\
    }'
    >
    
    <scope 
        node = '{*required:True}'
        server = '{*required:True}'
        __wk__='{*eq:1,\
            *help:%lang/action.was.en/scope.help,\
            *lhelp:%lang/action.was.en/scope.lhelp\
        }'
    />
    
    <var name='{*required:True}' value='{*required:True}' required='{*value:true,*checkIn:(false,true),*required:True}' desc=''/>

</envars>
							
(Source: <KIKONF_INSTALLATION_DIR>/plugins/actions/was/envars/by/kikonf/ACT_INF/action.xml)


A descriptor file is a WYSISWYG xsd like schema, wich describes what are the supported Tags, Attributes and Attributes values for one Action.
The special Attributes : type, sub_type, bal, softwares, __wk__ are reserved by Kikonf.

The table below summarizes the informations provided by the was.envars Descriptor File :

/envars>   Creates one or more JVM environment(s) variable(s) into the target Server
Required:True
Name Default Type Required Denied Help
prefix         Using prefix for configuration resource names is a generic way to define them

/envars/scope>   A scope refers to a Name Space where to create the resource
Required:True
Name Default Type Required Denied Help
node     True    
server     True    

/envars/var>  
Name Default Type Required Denied Help
name     True    
value     True    
required true (false, true) True    
desc   str      



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