Editing Application Server Registrations

From the list of registered application servers you can view registration information, edit that information, and delete any registered application servers that are no longer needed. Application server registration information is determined when your application server is configured. You should update this information to reflect any changes that are made to the application server configuration information after you have initially registered your application server. The information must be correct in order to successfully deploy EJBs.

When you change information here, the configuration information set by the application server administrator does not change. When any registered application server information changes, the new values are used the next time you package an EJB or work with deployments.

To edit application server registration information
  1. From the Registered Application Servers page, select the application server registration from the list.

    This procedure assumes that you've already registered an application server with MCS.

  2. From the Registered Application Servers page, choose the Edit button.

    The Edit Application Server page displays.

  3. Under Application Server Information, make the necessary changes.

    When any registered application server information changes the new values are used the next time you package an EJB or work with deployments.

    Caution When an instance or domain name changes, you must re-deploy any EJBs that were packaged using the original instance or domain name. The most efficient means of implementing a new instance or domain name is to re-register the application server using the new instance or domain name, and then to delete the obsolete registration.
  4. Click OK.

    Your changes take effect immediately.

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