New version of “Administration Scripts for WebSphere”

As preparation for Social Connections VI in Prague next week i redesigned the “Administration Scripts for IBM Websphere“. Some highlights: all scripts are moved to a subfolder with DMGR/bin (folder name: ibmcnx) tested in multinode environments added some classes everybody can use for his own scripts adding policies to libraries (personal and communities) are using

Some Words After Engage And Bcconde

This week i attended Engage in Breda. I had a session with famous Sharon Bellamy, we covered an update of our Connect 2014 session about “BP307 – Practical Solutions for Connections Administrators – Tips and Scripts for Your Daily Busines“. Practical solutions for connections administrators extended from Christoph Stoettner I enjoyed it very much to

Last weeks, new scripts and next weeks

It was little bit quiet here after Connect 2014. I had lots of projects and no time to add new scripts or even do bug fixing. I promised at Connect, that i will fix the JDBC drivers, that they will load on Windows too. See cnxMemberCheckExIDByEmail.py as an example. Loading JDBC Drivers within jython scripts

Eclipse As A Jython IDE

I added several plugins to my Eclipse, so i can access the scripts on GitHub and edit through an IDE: Jython and Python Development PyDev: http://pydev.org/updates Markdown (Documentation within Github) Markdown: http://winterwell.com/software/updatesite/ Access GitHub: EGIT: http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates Shellscript Editor EasyShell: http://pluginbox.sourceforge.net ShellEd: http://sourceforge.net/projects/shelled/files/shelled/update/ SQL Scripts SQL Explorer: http://eclipsesql.sourceforge.net/

SocCnx: more scripts added

Because of a delay of some hours on my flight back from Social Connections V on saturday, i had time to rewrite the jython script for backing up and restore security roles in WebSphere Application Server. I updated the master branch on GitHub, which now contains a db2 initscript and the two new scripts securityrolebackup.py