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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.0 Administration Guide by Steve Robinson

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Important properties files

As an administrator, it is important that you understand the soap.client.props and sas.client.props files located in the<was_profile_root>/properties folder. If you enable security for a WebSphere Application Server cell, you will have to manually enter in the username and password every time you run the wsadmin tool. By editing the sas.client.props and the soap.client.props files, you can specify the username and password you have configured for global security so that you are not prompted to enter the username and password every time you run administrative scripts.

The soap.client.props file

When global security is enabled in the cell and you have chosen to use SOAP as the communication protocol for the wsadmin tool ...

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