Creating FTP connection factories using WLST by Mike Heeren

Posted: October 24, 2016 in WebLogic
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imageCreating FTP connection factories using the Weblogic console can take a lot of time, mainly because it are multiple screens you have to click through every time. But creating these FTP connection factories can be done a lot easier and faster when using a WLST script.

The following script can be used as a base for your script to generate your FTP connection factories. I have used this script on a Weblogic 12c environment.

At the moment I have only implemented the createFTPConnectionFactory method to be able to configure the Host, Username, Password, Port, SecurePort, WalletLocation and WalletPassword properties. However, if you want to be able to edit other properties via this script, it is very easy as well.

To view all properties of an existing FTP connection factory, open the Weblogic console and navigate to Deployments > FtpAdapter > Configuration > Outbound Connection Pools. Extend javax.resource.cci.ConnectionFactory and select the desired connection factory. You will immediately see 8 pages full of properties. With some minor modifications to the WLST script, it is very easy to edit any of these properties. We just have to add a call to updatePropertyForFtpAdapter within the createFTPConnectionFactory method, and provide the application plan, the JNDI name of the connection factory we want to edit, the property name (as shown in the Weblogic console) and the desired property value.

For example, if we want to use implicit SSL, we can see the property UseImplicitSSL via the Weblogic console, which is false by default. To make this property value true by default, we just have to add the following line before the newPlan.save() statement. Read the complete article here.

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