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The WebSphere container does not support WebSphere Application Server Community Edition, please prefer to use the "full" WebSphere package or WebSphere Application Server for Developers.

Container Features

Feature name

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Ant

Maven2

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Container Instantiation

(tick) ContainerFactory.createContainer("websphere85x"...)

(tick) <cargo containerId="websphere85x".../>

(tick) <containerId>websphere85x</containerId>

 

Local Container

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  Container Classpath

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  Container Start

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  Container Stop

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  Container Timeout

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  Embedded Container

(error)

(error)

(error)

 

  Installed Container

(tick) o.c.c.c.websphere.WebSphere85xInstalledLocalContainer

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(tick)

 

   Passing system properties

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   Installer

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Remote Container

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Configuration Features

Deployer Features

Feature name

Java

Ant

Maven2

Comment

Installed Deployer

(tick) o.c.c.c.websphere.WebSphere85xInstalledLocalDeployer

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(tick)

 

Embedded Deployer

(error)

(error)

(error)

 

Remote Deployer

(error)

(error)

(error)

 

Other Features

Feature name

Java

Ant

Maven2

Comment

Debugging

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(tick)

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Supported Configuration properties

The tables below list both the general configuration properties as well as the container-specific ones.

Standalone Local Configuration Properties

Thought the WebSphere container supports standalone local configurations, it is recommended for you to prefer using WebSphere with an existing local configuration; i.e. a WebSphere profile you would create beforehand using WebSphere's setup commands and then use that with CARGO.

For installed container o.c.c.c.websphere.WebSphere85xInstalledLocalContainer

Existing Local Configuration Properties

For installed container o.c.c.c.websphere.WebSphere85xInstalledLocalContainer