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WebSphere Application Server Administration Using Jython by Noel J. Bergman, Arthur Kevin McGrath, Robert A. Gibson

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Chapter 11. The AdminTask Object—Server Management

Introduction

WebSphere Application Server is not a monolithic piece of code but instead consists of many discrete parts, such as application components, Java EE-specified containers, connectors, managers, service providers, and much more. There are many complex relationships between these parts, as well as products built on top of WebSphere Application Server, such as WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, WebSphere Process Server, or even just Feature Packs, that add even more parts. The modular and inter-related nature of WebSphere Application Server made maintaining its administrative infrastructure challenging, and it cried out for a change. The AdminTask object, introduced in WebSphere Application ...

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