create-system-properties [--help] [--target target-name] [name=value)[:name=value]*]
The create-system-properties subcommand adds or updates system properties that can be referenced elsewhere on the server.
Enterprise Server provides hooks where tokens (system properties) can be specified. Because Enterprise Server does not have multiple server elements, you can specify a particular token at any level. When a domain supports multiple servers, the override potential can be exploited. When a domain is started or restarted, all <system-property> elements are resolved and available to the Java Virtual Machine by using the System.setProperty() call on each of them (with its name and value derived from the corresponding attributes of the element). This is analogous to sending the elements as -D parameters on the Java command line.
This subcommand is supported in remote mode only.
Displays the help text for the subcommand.
Do not specify this option. This option is retained for compatibility with other releases. If you specify this option, a syntax error does not occur. Instead, the subcommand runs successfully and the option is silently ignored.
The name value pairs of the system properties to add to the specified target. Multiple system properties must be separated by a : (colon). If a : (colon) appears in the name or value of a system property, it must be escaped with a \ (blackslash). If any system properties were previously defined, they are updated with the new values.
This example creates a system property associated with an HTTP listener.
asadmin> create-system-properties myserver http-listener-port=1088 Command create-system-properties executed successfully.