Provides the ability to stop a composite on the SOA server. This operation will handle all revisions for a given composite to ensure that the default revision doesn't change as revisions are stopped.
|SOA Server Host|
Host name of the SOA managed server.
|SOA Server Port|
Port number of the SOA managed server.
|Weblogic Admin User|
Admin user name for WebLogic server.
|Weblogic Admin Password|
Weblogic Admin User password for WebLogic server.
|Oracle SOA Home|
Oracle SOA Home, indicates where SOA Suite is installed.
|SOA Composite Name|
Name of composite that is being deployed.
Name of the partition to hold the composite on the server.
|No||Comma separated list of composites to start. Optional can prefix a partition on the composite name, (<partition:>composite1, composite2)|
|Composite Name List|
|No||Provide the option to leave all composites stopped, with the exception of the default revision (default value is False).|
Provide the composite revision (see special considerations).
This operation doesn't consume or produce any artifacts.
This operation will select all available endpoints associated to the Environment/Instance.
This operation will execute on any one of the selected endpoints and will be random in the determination of which one.
This operation has two independent capabilities:
- stopping multiple composites/revisions
- utilizes "Composites Files" or "Composite Name List" inputs
- if utilizing "Composite Files", there can be several variations of file name;
- just a file name, will look in the temp directory for the given file name
- relative path, will only look for the relative path within the temp directory for the given file name
- absolute path, will only look at the absolute path for the given file
- either input provides a list of composite names that must use the following format: <partition:>composite1,composite2 (partition is optional)
- all non-default revisions will be stopped first and then the default revision will be stopped. This will hold the default revision and not allow SOA Suite to move it. If a composite is in two partitions, then specify the partition in the above format to direct the operation to the correct composite.
- stopping a single revision (this is the backwards compatibility capability)
- utilizes "Composite Revision" input to control what revision to stop