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Loading data source for @DataSourceDefinition from application in Liberty
Most Java EE servers support loading the data source that's used with @DataSourceDefiniton or the data-source tag from the application archive. WAS Liberty however does not support this. I'd like to propose to add support for this.
Document and/or simplify how to configure 2 liberty appservers for remote EJB communication on the same host
IBM documentation exists on how to develop applications for remote EJB support in Liberty whit Full JE7 support. However, it is not clear from the documentation/tools how to configure 2 liberty appservers on the same host to enable one JVM to call...
SRVE0232E: Internal Server Error - liberty version 220.127.116.11
liberty_version = "18.104.22.168" - Error when there is a special character in URL (for domain) like '%' (e.g. - http://localhost:9080/mrm/s1%/login ). SRVE0232E: Internal Server Error. Exception Message: [URLDecoder: Illegal hex characters in escape (%...
Allow encoded password on securityUtility createSSLCertificate
The securityUtility createSSLCertificate command requires a password that can only be in plain text. We'd like the ability to specify a password that is already encoded by the securityUtility encode command -- similar to the way in which encoded p...
Proper CDI Interceptor/Decorator support for Web Service container
To enable proper Interceptor/Decorator support for Web Service bean, and also for the singleton manage beans injected to the Web Service bean. Currently, 1. For Web Service bean, Interceptor does not work. 2. For managed beans injected to the Web ...
In IBM Web Administration for i, when configuring TLS, automatically generate and display the next available TLS port.
This would be very helpful for anyone trying to configure TLS for IWS. It is necessary to apply a unique port that is available. Determining an available port is very difficult for an IBM i admin user to do. The current process is to use NETSTAT o...
we do have many applications on a vast number of network interfaces (if/eth) per unix host. In case we need fail-over, we assign multiple ports per application (e.g. 8000, 8001 for application 'a' and 8002 for application 'b').
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