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A WLST Deployment Objects

The following sections describe the WLST deployment objects:

WLSTPlan Object

The WLSTPlan object enables you to make changes to an application deployment plan after loading an application using the loadApplication command, as described in "loadApplication" in WebLogic Scripting Tool Command Reference.

The following table describes the WLSTPlan object methods that you can use to operate on the deployment plan.

Table A-1 WLSTPlan Object Methods

To operate on the... Use this method... To...

Deployment Plan

DeploymentPlanBean getDeploymentPlan()

Return the DeploymentPlanBean for the current application.

Deployment Plan

void save() throws FileNotFoundException, 
ConfigurationException

Saves the deployment plan to a file from which it was read.

Module Descriptors

ModuleDescriptorBean createModuleDescriptor(String 
uri, String moduleOverrideName)

Create a ModuleDescriptorBean with the specified uri for the ModuleOverrideBean moduleOverrideName

Module Overrides

ModuleOverrideBean[] getModuleOverride(String 
name)

Return the ModuleOverrideBean name.

Module Overrides

ModuleOverrideBean[] getModuleOverrides()

Return all ModuleOverrideBean objects that are available in the deployment plan.

Module Overrides

void showModuleOverrides()

Prints all of the ModuleOverrideBean objects that are available in the deployment plan as name/type pairs.

Variables

VariableBean createVariable(String name, 
String value)

Create a VariableBean name with this specified value that can override the value in the deployment plan.

Variables

void destroyVariable(String name)

Destroy the VariableBean name.

Variables

VariableBean getVariable(String name)

Return the VariableBean name.

Variables

VariableBean[] getVariables()

Return all VariableBean objects that are available in the deployment plan.

Variables

void setVariableValue(String name, String value)

Set the variable name to the specified value.

Variables

void showVariables()

Print all of the VariableBean objects in the deployment plan as name/value pairs.

Variable Assignment

VariableAssignmentBean 
createVariableAssignment(String name, String 
moduleOverrideName, String moduleDescriptorUri)

Create a VariableAssignmentBean for the ModuleDescriptorBean moduleDescriptorUri for the ModuleOverrideBean moduelOverrideName.

Variable Assignment

void destroyVariableAssignment(String name, String
moduleOverrideName, String moduleDescriptorName)

Destroy the VariableAssignmentBean name for the ModuleDescriptorBean moduleOverrideName for the ModuleDescriptorBean moduleDescriptorName.

Variable Assignment

VariableAssignmentBean 
getVariableAssignment(String name, String 
moduleOverrideName, String moduleDescriptorName)

Return the VariableAssignmentBean name for the ModuleDescriptorBean moduleOverrideName for the ModuleDescriptorBean moduleDescriptorName.


WLSTProgress Object

The WLSTProgress object enables you to check the status of an executed deployment command. The WLSTProgress object is returned by the following commands (refer to the associated command section in WebLogic Scripting Tool Command Reference for more information:

The following table describes the WLSTProgress object methods that you can use to check the status of the current deployment action.

Table A-2 WLSTProgress Object Methods

Use this method... To...
String getCommandType()

Return the deployment CommandType of this event.This command returns one of the following values: distribute, redeploy, start, stop, or undeploy.

String getMessage()

Return information about the status of this event.

ProgressObject 
getProgressObject()

Return the ProgressObject that is associated with the current deployment action.

String getState()

Retrieve the state of the current deployment action. CommandType of this event.This command returns one of the following values: running, completed, failed, or released (indicating that the object has been released into production).

boolean isCompleted()

Determine if the current deployment action has been completed.

boolean isFailed()

Determine if the current deployment action has failed.

boolean isRunning()

Determine if the current deployment action is running.

void printStatus()

Print the current status of the deployment action, including the command type, the state, additional messages, and so on.