The following topics introduce the new and changed features of the custom WLST commands for Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure components.
The following topics introduce new and changed features for this release:
The following summarize the changes to the Web services WLST commands.
Redesigned Web services WLST framework to provide consistency across all Web service stacks. As a result, there are a number of new and deprecated WLST commands for Oracle Infrastructure Web services. Deprecated commands are identified throughout this document. For a complete list of deprecated commands and the12c equivalents, see "Deprecated Commands for Oracle Infrastructure Web Services" in Release Notes for Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure.
New Web service WLST command categories, including:
Session commands for managing a session.
Policy Subject commands for viewing and managing Web service and client policy subjects.
Configuration commands for viewing and managing OWSM domain configuration.
For more information, see "Web Services WLST Command Categories".
Command syntax used to identify a policy subject has changed. For more information, see "Specifying Application, Composite, and Service Names" and "Identifying the Policy Subject".
New OWSM repository WLST commands are provided for exporting application metadata, migrating policy attachments and roles, and upgrading the OWSM repository. For more information, see "OWSM Repository Management Commands".
New WLST commands for managing Web service token issuer trust documents are provided, as described in "Token Issuer Trust Configuration Commands".
New custom WLST commands for provisioning and managing Oracle HTTP Server instances in WebLogic Server domains. For more information, see "Oracle HTTP Server Custom WLST Commands".
New custom WLST commands for DMS parameter-scoped metric rules. For more information, see "DMS Parameter-Scoped Metrics Rules Commands".
Globally attached policies are now supported with Java EE web services. As a result, a number of notes have been removed that said that globally attached policies were not supported with Java EE web services. In addition, a number of sections under "Policy Subject Commands" have been updated to reflect this new support.
New custom WLST commands for creating, listing, and deleting Web Services connections for ADF Applications. For more information, see "createWebServiceConnection".