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The startServer command must receive as a parameter the server name
specified as follows:
startServer server1
4.5 WebSphere Administrative Console
The Administrative Console is a Web-based interface that provides a graphical
interface for managing and configuring your servers. It provides multiple wizards,
with entry validation and other facilities and administration aids, translating all the
settings in the corresponding configuration files, so you do not have to manually
edit any XML configuration files.
From the Administrative Console, you can install, uninstall, start and stop servers
and applications. WebSphere Application Server V6 also provides administrative
scripts via the wsadmin client; administrative scripts may the the tool of choice, in
production environments, for installing and administering applications and
For our migration examples, we will use the Administrative Console for all our
administrative tasks.
To launch the Administrative Console, make sure that you have the application
server (server1) up and running, then open a Web browser and access the
Administrative Console through the following URL:
The Administrative Console login will appear. At this point, there is no security
configured, so you may enter any user name; this name will be used to keep a
session with your Web browser.
Note: Since you will probably create different profiles, you may want to check
at a later time the ports assigned for every profile. The ports assigned to a
profile are stored in the following file:
Also, you can find the configured ports in the following configuration file:

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