| ||delete-jdbc-connection-pool - removes the JDBC connection pool
| ||delete-jdbc-connection-pool --user admin_user [ --password admin_password ]
[ --host localhost ] [ --port 4848 ]
[ --secure|-s ] [ --passwordfile filename ]
[ --terse=false ] [ --echo=false ] [ --interactive ] [ --cascade=false ]
Removes the JDBC connection pool. This command is supported in remote mode only.
- authorized domain application server administrative username.
- password to administer the domain application server.
- machine name where the domain application server is running.
- port number of the domain application server listening for administration requests.
- if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain application server.
- file containing the domain application server password.
- indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well-formatted data for consumption by a script.
- setting to true will echo the command line statement on the standard output.
- prompts you for the required options that are not already specified.
- If set to true, deletes all the connector resources associated with the pool, apart from the pool itself. If set to false (default), the deletion of the pool fails if there are any resources associated with the pool. Either the resource
has to be deleted explicitly, or set the option to true.
- name of the JDBC connection pool to be deleted.
| ||Example 1. Using the delete-jdbc-connection-pool command
asadmin> delete-jdbc-connection-pool --user admin
--password adminadmin --host fuyako port 7070 XA_connection_pool
Deleted the JDBC connection pool resource with id = XA_connection_pool
Where: the XA_connection_pool resource is deleted.
- command executed successfully
- error in executing the command
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