Before you begin
To run administrative commands, you must use the wsadmin client. See Starting the wsadmin client
for information about how to start the wsadmin command-line tool.
About this task
You cannot use administrative tools to add or remove a profile from your LDAP directory system. You must use that directory's native tools to create and delete profiles.
The scripts used to administer Profiles give an administrator (who otherwise would not have access to edit a user's profile data), the ability to edit various fields in a user's profile. For example, one use of the capability is to remove unwanted or inappropriate content.
Unlike with configuration properties, when you use administrative commands to change server administration properties, you do not have to check out any files nor restart the server. Your changes take effect immediately.
To run administrative commands, complete the following steps.
Parent topic: Administering Profiles
- Start the wsadmin client from the following directory of the system on which you installed the Deployment Manager:
is the WebSphere
Application Server installation directory and dm_profile_root
is the Deployment Manager profile directory, typically dmgr01.
You must start the client from this directory or subsequent commands that you enter do not execute correctly. For more information, see Starting the wsadmin client
- Start the Profiles Jython script interpreter.
- Use the following command to access the Profiles configuration files:
If prompted to specify a service to connect to, type 1 to pick the first node in the list. Most commands can run on any node. If the command writes or reads information to or from a file using a local file path, you must pick the node where the file is stored.
- See Profiles administrative commands for a complete list of administrative commands for the Profiles application.
Profiles administrative commands
Use the commands listed to perform administrative tasks for Profiles. No file checkout or server restart is needed when using these commands.