- deletes the SSL element in the selected HTTP listener, IIOP listener, or IIOP service
delete-ssl [--help] [--target target] --type listener_or_service_type listener_id
The delete-ssl subcommand deletes the SSL element in the selected HTTP listener, IIOP listener, or IIOP service.
The listener_id is not required if the --type is iiop-service.
This subcommand is supported in remote mode only.
If an option has a short option name, then the short option precedes the long option name. Short options have one dash whereas long options have two dashes.
Displays the help text for the subcommand.
Specifies the target on which you are configuring the ssl element. The following values are valid:
Specifies the server in which the iiop-service or HTTP/IIOP listener is to be unconfigured for SSL.
Specifies the configuration that contains the HTTP/IIOP listener or iiop-service for which SSL is to be unconfigured.
Specifies the cluster in which the HTTP/IIOP listener or iiop-service is to be unconfigured for SSL. All the server instances in the cluster will get SSL unconfigured for the respective listener or iiop-service.
Specifies the instance in which the HTTP/IIOP listener or iiop-service is to be unconfigured for SSL.
The type of service or listener for which the SSL is deleted. The type must be one of the following types:
The ID of the listener from which the SSL element is to be deleted.
The listener_id operand is not required if the --type is iiop-service.
Example 1 Deleting an SSL element from an HTTP listener
The following example shows how to delete an SSL element from an HTTP listener named http-listener-1.
asadmin> delete-ssl --type http-listener http-listener-1 Command delete-ssl executed successfully.
command executed successfully
error in executing the command