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set-jbi-component-configuration

Will set component configuration values for the given component name
OperandOperand DescriptionRequired
(name=value)[,name=value]* | filepath Contains name=value pairs separated by a comma, or a name of a file that contains the name=value pairs for the configuration values that will be set. (i.e. properties file). If the operand contains spaces, the operand must be in cased within double quotes. The exact name of the configuration variable must be specified. Use the show-jbi-binding-component or show-jbi-service-engine command with the --configuration option to view the names and current values of the component configuration.Yes

OptionValueOption DescriptionRequired Option
--echo | -e true | false If true the command specified on the command line will be echoed to system output. No
--interactive| -I true | false If set to true (default), only the required password options are prompted. No
--terse | -t true | false If true, the output will be reduced to the minimal amount. No
--secure | -s true | false If set to true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain administration server. No
--port | -p port number The HTTP/S port for administration. Default port for PE: 4848, default port for EE: 4849 No
--host | -H localhost The machine name where the JBI application is running. The default value is localhost. No
--user | -u admin user The authorized domain administration server administrative username. Yes
--passwordfile filename The name of a file containing the password entries. Yes
--target target name | 'server' | 'domain' The name of the target. See Target Option Behavior for more information. No
--component component name The name of the component to which the logger levels will be set. Yes
--help-Displays the help text for the command.No

Examples

Example 1:

set-jbi-component-configuration OutboundThreads=5
Command set-jbi-runtime-configuration executed successfully.


Example 2:

set-jbi-component-configuration OutboundThreads=5,ProxyPort=2345
Command set-jbi-runtime-configuration executed successfully.


Example 3:

set-jbi-component-configuration some-config-file.properties
Command set-jbi-runtime-configuration executed successfully.

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This particular version was published on 15-Jan-08 13:02 PM, -0800 by Mark Saunders