Tuesday, 6 June 2017

WebSphere Liberty Profile - What Have We Got ?

This is a useful way to see what's installed within a WebSphere Liberty Profile (WLP) installation: -

/opt/IBM/wlp/bin/productInfo featureInfo --output=/tmp/featureListOutput.txt

cat /tmp/featureListOutput.txt 

...
adminCenter-1.0 [1.0.0]
apiDiscovery-1.0 [1.0.0]
appClientSupport-1.0 [1.0.0]
appSecurity-1.0 [1.1.0]
appSecurity-2.0 [1.0.0]
appSecurityClient-1.0 [1.0.0]
batch-1.0 [1.0.0]
batchManagement-1.0 [1.0.0]
beanValidation-1.0 [1.0.0]
beanValidation-1.1 [1.0.0]
bells-1.0 [1.0.0]
bluemixUtility-1.0 [1.0.0]
blueprint-1.0 [1.0.0]
cdi-1.0 [1.0.0]
cdi-1.2 [1.0.0]
cloudant-1.0 [1.0.0]
clusterMember-1.0 [1.0.0]
collectiveController-1.0 [1.0.0]
collectiveMember-1.0 [1.0.0]
concurrent-1.0 [1.0.0]
constrainedDelegation-1.0 [1.0.0]
couchdb-1.0 [1.0.0]
distributedMap-1.0 [1.0.0]
ejb-3.2 [1.0.0]
ejbHome-3.2 [1.0.0]
ejbLite-3.1 [1.0.0]
ejbLite-3.2 [1.0.0]
ejbPersistentTimer-3.2 [1.0.0]
ejbRemote-3.2 [1.0.0]
el-3.0 [3.0.0]
eventLogging-1.0 [1.0.0]
federatedRegistry-1.0 [1.0.0]
httpWhiteboard-1.0 [1.0.0]
j2eeManagement-1.1 [1.1.0]
jacc-1.5 [1.0.0]
jaspic-1.1 [1.0.0]


over and above the version subcommand e.g.

/opt/IBM/wlp/bin/server version

WebSphere Application Server 17.0.0.1 (1.0.16.cl170120170227-0220) on IBM J9 VM, version pxa6480sr3fp12-20160919_01 (SR3 FP12) (en_GB)

etc.

With thanks to this blog: -


for the inspiration.

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