Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8.1 2005Q2 Update 2 Developer's Guide

Attributes

The following table describes attributes for the sun-appserv-undeploy task.

Table 3–8 sun-appserv-undeploy Attributes

Attribute  

Default  

Description  

name

file name without extension 

(optional if a component or fileset subelement is present or the file attribute is specified, otherwise required) The display name for the component being undeployed.

file

none 

(optional) The component to undeploy. If this attribute refers to a file, it must be a valid archive. If this attribute refers to a directory, it must contain a valid archive in which all components have been exploded. 

type

determined by extension 

(optional) Deprecated. 

droptables

sun-ejb-jar.xml entry

(optional) If true, causes database tables that were automatically created when the bean(s) were last deployed to be dropped when the bean(s) are undeployed. If false, does not drop tables.

If not specified, the value of the drop-tables-at-undeploy attribute in sun-ejb-jar.xml is used.

For details, see Generation Options.

cascade

false

(optional) If true, deletes all connection pools and connector resources associated with the resource adapter being undeployed.

If false, undeployment fails if any pools or resources are still associated with the resource adapter.

This attribute is applicable to connectors (resource adapters) and applications with connector modules. 

user

admin

(optional) The user name used when logging into the application server. 

password

none 

(optional) Deprecated, use passwordfile instead. The password used when logging into the application server.

passwordfile

none 

(optional) File containing passwords. The password from this file is retrieved for communication with the application server. If both password and passwordfile are specified, passwordfile takes precedence.

host

localhost

(optional) Target server. When deploying to a remote server, use the fully qualified host name. 

port

4848 

(optional) The administration port on the target server. 

asinstalldir

see description 

(optional) The installation directory for the local Application Server installation, which is used to find the administrative classes. If not specified, the command checks to see if the asinstalldir parameter has been set. Otherwise, administrative classes must be in the system classpath.

sunonehome

see description 

(optional) Deprecated. Use asinstalldir instead.