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WAS 6.1 on Windows - How to restart an Application Server via Windows Services  RSS feed

 
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Hi

I have a WAS deployment on Windows. There are two services setup in Windows services - one for the Deployment Manager and one for the Node Agent.
I would like trigger a restart of an application (server) that sits underneath the Node Agent. By default, stopping the NodeAgent service does not stop the application but I think this should be possible if I set up the Node Agent configuration appropriately. Can anyone help me?

Thanks,

G
 
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I dont think there is out of the box support to start app servers right after the start of node agent. But I would be interested if such a thing exists.
 
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