- removes a JDBC resource with the specified JNDI name
delete-jdbc-resource [--help] [--target target] jndi_name
The delete-jdbc-resource subcommand removes a JDBC resource. Ensure that all associations to the JDBC resource are removed before running this subcommand.
This subcommand is supported in remote mode only.
Displays the help text for the subcommand.
This option helps specify the target from which you are removing the JDBC resource. Valid targets are:
Removes the resource from the default server instance. This is the default value.
Removes the resource from the domain.
Removes the resource from every server instance in the cluster.
Removes the resource from a particular sever instance.
Note - Resources are always created for a domain as a whole but are only active for targets for which a <resource-ref> has been created using the --target option when the resource was created. This means that deleting a resource only deletes the <resource-ref> element for the specified --target, and does not delete the resource from the domain as a whole unless domain is specified as the --target for the deletion.
The JNDI name of this JDBC resource to be removed.
Example 1 Deleting a JDBC Resource
The following example deletes the JDBC resource named jdbc/DerbyPool.
asadmin> delete-jdbc-resource jdbc/DerbyPool Command delete-jdbc-resource executed successfully.
subcommand executed successfully
error in executing the subcommand