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Glassfish 9.1 Use Cases
|1||Install JBI AddOn (domain)||Need to iron out the process by which an administrator elects to install the JBI AddOn. Is it included by default, selected as an option during installation, or a manual post-installation step?||Glassfish, AddOn|
|2||Install JBI AddOn (Node Agent)||If the JBI AddOn is installed in the domain, we need a way to make sure that node agents participating in that domain also include the AddOn||Glassfish, AddOn|
|3||Create a Glassfish/JBI stand-alone instance||The JBI framework lifecycle module should be added to the instance configuration.||Glassfish, Runtime|
|4||Create a Glassfish/JBI cluster||The JBI framework lifecycle module should be added to the cluster configuration.||Glassfish, Runtime|
|5||Add an instance to an empty cluster||Runtime|
|6||Add an instance to a populated cluster||The new instance must be provisioned with JBI artifacts that have been previously installed/deployed into the cluster.||Runtime|
|7||Remove an instance from a cluster||None|
|8||Administer DAS target||Install, deploy, and query commands are available on the DAS. Installing and deploying on the DAS is equivalent to adding the component/assembly to the repository.||Web console, CLI, Ant, Runtime|
|9||Administer stand-alone instance target||Install, deploy, life cycle, and query commands area available for stand-alone instances||Web console, CLI, Ant, Runtime|
|10||Administer a cluster target|| Install, deploy, life cycle, and query commands area available for clusters. |
NOTE: cluster instances are not independently administrable.
NOTE: Homogeneous topology may create opportunities for metadata collision amongst components and composite applications.
|Web console, CLI, Ant, Runtime, components|
|11||Administer an off-line stand-alone instance||Impact should be isolated to JBI runtime; administration tools do not need to treat this as a special case.||Runtime|
|12||Administer an off-line cluster|| Impact should be isolated to JBI runtime; administration tools do not need to treat this as a special case. |
Off-line administration of a cluster is permitted if some or all of its instances are down.