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Patterns: Implementing Self-Service in an SOA Environment by Fernando Teixeira, Shashi Shrimali, Peter Hood, Sandy Grewal, Diego Cotignola, Anup Aggarwal, Carla Sadtler

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Appendix A. Sample application install summary 467
./wsadmin.sh -f /opt/WebSphere/AppServer/util/sibwsInstall.jacl INSTALL
-installRoot /opt/WebSphere/AppServer -clusterName myCluster01
In our Rational test environment we entered:
wsadmin -f c:/Rational/RSA/runtimes/base_v6/util/sibwsInstall.jacl INSTALL
-installRoot “c:/Rational/RSA/runtimes/base_v6” -nodeName Node01
-serverName server1
2. Look for the message that confirms that the installation completed
successfully and that the application has been started.
Install the SOAP over HTTP endpoint listener application
The endpoint listener applications are required when users want to expose
services using the bus to Web services clients wanting to connect using
SOAP/HTTP or SOAP/JMS.
To install the HTTP endpoint listeners, run the following command:
wsadmin.ext -f install_root/util/sibwsInstall.jacl INSTALL_HTTP
-installRoot install_root_using_forward_slashes -serverName server_name
-nodeName node_name -profileName profile_name
For example:
./wsadmin.sh -f /opt/WebSphere/AppServer/util/sibwsInstall.jacl INSTALL_HTTP
-installRoot /opt/WebSphere/AppServer -serverName server1 -nodeName myNode01
-profileName AppSrv01
In our Rational test environment we entered:
wsadmin -f c:/Rational/RSA/runtimes/base_v6/util/sibwsInstall.jacl INSTALL_HTTP
-installRoot c:/Rational/RSA/runtimes/base_v6 -nodeName Node01 -serverName
server1
Look for the message that confirms that the installation completed successfully
and that both applications have been started.
Note: If you want to make services available over SOAP/JMS, you have to
install the SOAP/JMS endpoint listener applications. Before doing this,
however, you
must configure the necessary JMS resources as specified in the
WebSphere Application Server Information Center, otherwise the applications
will not start.
In our sample, we are only using the SOAP over HTTP listener so it is not
necessary to install the SOAP over JMS listener. If you decide to use this
listener, refer to the WebSphere Application Server InfoCenter for installation
instructions.

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