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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.0 Administration Guide by Steve Robinson

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XML configuration files

The entire WAS configuration is saved and persisted within XML files. When we use the Admin console to configure WAS, certain XML files are updated with the appropriate settings relating to each type of configuration. It is important that an administrator understands the key XML files and what they are used for. When there are configuration or runtime issues, knowing these files and their locations can help with problem-solving. Following is a list of the most important configuration files that a WAS administrator should be aware of. It must be noted that some files exist more than once in different Scopes, that is, cell level, node level, and server level.

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Scope is very important for the WebSphere Application Server ...

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