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Websphere Cookbook

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Scope

This cookbook installs and configures Websphere Application Server Network Deployment (WAS-ND). It has only been tested with a Deployment Manager and Managed nodes.

So far it has only been tested with Websphere ND 8.5.

The cookbook lacks idempotency as querying WAS for the current state is overly complex, really slow, or just not possible. For that reason it's better to destroy and recreate objects rather than update them at this stage.

Requirements

  • Chef 12.5 or higher
  • Installation media for Installation manager either local or via a url, and Media or repositories for any other packages like WAS ND, IHS etc.
  • You will first need to install Websphere Network Deployment version using the ibm-installmgr cookbook. See test/fixtures/cookbooks/webshpere-test/recipes/was_install.rb for an example.

Platform

  • Centos 6
  • Red Hat Enterprise 6

Versions

• WASND 8.5

Usage

The general pattern for usage is to: 1. Instal Installation Manager with the installation manager cookbook 2. Install Websphere ND, Websphere Toolbox and Websphere Plugins (for IHS) 2. Deploy a Dmgr 3. Deploy a custom profile 4. Deploy an appserver OR Deploy a cluster and add a cluster member to the profile 5. Deploy IHS if needed.

Install

You first need to install the necessary components. To do this use the ibm-installmgr cookbook. It can be used to install any of the following: - Websphere ND - Any Websphere ND Fixpacks - IBM Java version(s) - Websphere Plugins (PLG) - Websphere customization toolbox - IHS HTTP Server.

As well as the below example, see test/fixtures/cookbooks/webshpere-test/recipes/was_install.rb for a more complete example.

Example
  install_mgr 'ibm-im install' do
    install_package 'https://someurl/agent.installer.linux.gtk.x86_64_1.8.4000.20151125_0201.zip'
    install_package_sha256 '28f5279abc28695c0b99ae0c3fdee26bfec131186f2ca7e41d1317e303adb12e'
    package_name 'com.ibm.cic.agent'
    ibm_root_dir '/opt/IBM'
    service_user 'ibm-im'
    service_group 'ibm-im'
  end

  ibm_package 'WAS ND install' do
    package 'com.ibm.websphere.ND.v85'
    install_dir '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer'
    repositories ['/my/path/to/local/install/media']
    action :install
  end

websphere_base

Do not use this directly it can be ignored. This resource is only used as a parent class to share methods between child resources.

websphere_dmgr

Example
websphere_dmgr 'Dmgr01' do
  cell_name 'MyNewCell'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'mypassword'
  action [:create, :start]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password. This should only be known to people who know the server is managed with chef.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host/ip.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port, when nil WAS will default to dmgr SOAP connector default port 8879.
  • profile_name, String, name_property: true. # The Dmgr profile name.
  • node_name, String, default: lazy { "#{profile_name}_node" }. It's easier to keep the default name here.
  • cell_name, [String, nil], default: nil
  • java_sdk, [String, nil], default: nil # The javasdk version must be already be installed using ibm-installmgr cookbook. If none is specified the embedded default is used. See more
  • security_attributes, [Hash, nil], default: nil # A hash of security attributes to apply to the dmgr
  • manage_user, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true. Should the resource create the user for you. Set to false if you have created the run_user previously in your recipe, outside of this resource.
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates the dmgr
  • :start - Starts the dmgr.
  • :stop - Stops the dmgr.
  • :sync_all - Syncs all federated nodes in the dmgr without restarting the appservers

websphere_profiles

This resource currently only allows for appserver or custom profiles. It's best to use custom resources everywhere, and add appservers to it later with the websphere_app_server or websphere_cluster_member resources.

Example
websphere_profile 'AppProfile1' do
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action [:create, :federate, :start]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password. This should only be known to people who know the server is managed with chef.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host to federate to.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port to federate to.
  • profile_name, String, name_property: true
  • node_name, String, default: lazy { "#{profile_name}_node" }
  • server_name, String, default: lazy { "#{profile_name}_server" }
  • cell_name, [String, nil], default: nil
  • java_sdk, [String, nil], default: nil # The javasdk version must be already be installed using ibm-installmgr cookbook. If none is specified the embedded default is used. See more
  • profile_type, String, default: 'custom', Can be either appserver or custom, but easier to just use custom all the time and add jvms with websphere_app_server or websphere_cluster_member.
  • attributes, [Hash, nil], default: nil, These are custom attributes for the server when using the appserver type profile, such as monitoringPolicy. They are only set when the node is federated.
  • manage_user, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true. Should the resource create the user for you. Set to false if you have created the run_user previously in your recipe, outside of this resource.
  • manage_service, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true. Should the resource create the init service for you. Set to false if you have created the service previously in your recipe, outside of this resource.
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates the profile
  • :federate - Adds the node to a deployment manager for federation/management.
  • :start - Starts the node.
  • :stop - Stops the node.
  • :delete - deletes node and profile and any servers on it. You need to delete any clusters before you can delete the node.

websphere_app_server

Adds a new jvm to an existing custom profile

Example
websphere_app_server 'app_server1' do
  node_name 'Custom_node'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  attributes ({
    'processDefinitions' => {
      'monitoringPolicy' => {
        'newvalue' => "[['maximumStartupAttempts', '2'], ['pingInterval', '222'], ['autoRestart', 'true'], ['nodeRestartState', 'PREVIOUS']]"
      },
      'jvmEntries' => {
        'newvalue' => "[['debugMode', 'true'], ['systemProperties',[[['name','my_custom_websphere_variable'],['value','testing2']]]]]"
      }
    }
  })
  action [:create, :start]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root.
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password. This should only be known to people who know the server is managed with chef.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port leave as nil for default 8879.
  • server_name, String, name_property: true, The new clustered server name
  • server_node, [String, nil], default: nil, required: true, The node to create the server on.
  • attributes, [Hash, nil], default: nil, A hash of attributes to apply to the server, eg. monitoringPolicy.
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates the server on node
  • :delete - Deletes the server
  • :start - Starts the server

websphere_cluster

Creates an empty cluster to add app servers to.

Example
websphere_cluster 'MyCluster' do
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action [:create]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password. This should only be known to people who know the server is managed with chef.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host to federate to.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port to federate to.
  • cluster_name, String, name_property: true
  • prefer_local, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates the cluster
  • :delete - Deletes the cluster
  • :start - Starts the servers on the cluster.
  • :ripple_start - Ripple starts servers on the cluster.

websphere_cluster_member

Creates and adds an application server to a cluster

Example
websphere_cluster_member 'ClusterServer1' do
  cluster_name 'MyCluster'
  server_node 'CustomProfile1_Node'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  member_weight 15
  attributes ({
    'processDefinitions' => {
      'monitoringPolicy' => {
        'newvalue' => "[['maximumStartupAttempts', '2'], ['pingInterval', '222'], ['autoRestart', 'true'], ['nodeRestartState', 'PREVIOUS']]"
      },
      'jvmEntries' => {
        'newvalue' => "[['debugMode', 'true'], ['systemProperties',[[['name','my_custom_websphere_variable'],['value','testing2']]]]]"
      }
    }
  })
  action [:create, :start]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root.
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password. This should only be known to people who know the server is managed with chef.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port leave as nil for default 8879.
  • cluster_name, String
  • prefer_local, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true
  • server_name, String, name_property: true, The new clustered server name
  • server_node, [String, nil], default: nil, required: true, The node to create the server on.
  • member_weight, Fixnum, default: 2 # number from 0-100. Higher weight gets more traffic
  • session_replication, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: false
  • resources_scope, String, default: 'both', regex: /both|server|cluster$/
  • attributes, [Hash, nil], default: nil, A hash of attributes to apply to the server, eg. monitoringPolicy.
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates the server and adds to cluster
  • :delete - Deletes the server
  • :start - Starts the server

websphere_app

Deploys an application to a server or cluster

Example
websphere_app 'sample_app_cluster' do
  app_file '/tmp/sample.war'
  cluster_name 'MyCluster'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  action [:deploy_to_cluster, :start, :stop]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host to federate to.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port to federate to.
  • app_name, String, name_property: true
  • app_file, [String, nil], default: nil, required: true
  • server_name, [String, nil], default: nil
  • node_name, [String, nil], default: nil
  • cluster_name, [String, nil], default: nil
  • context_root, [String, nil], default: nil
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :deploy_to_cluster - Deploys app to a cluster
  • :deploy_to_server - Deploys app to a server
  • :start - Starts the app
  • :stop - Stops the app

websphere_ihs

Deploys an ihs webserver to an existing profile/node. It currently only supports managed ihs webservers.

Example
websphere_ihs 'MyWebserver1' do
  config_type 'local_distributed'
  profile_name 'AppProfile1'
  node_name 'AppProfile1_node'
  map_to_apps true
  ihs_port '80'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  action [:create, :start]
end
Parameters
  • websphere_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer', The was install root
  • bin_dir, String, default: lazy { "#{websphere_root}/bin" } The path to the was root bin directory. No need to change this.
  • admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr user.
  • admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr password.
  • dmgr_host, String, default: 'localhost', The dmgr host to federate to.
  • dmgr_port, [String, nil], default: nil, The dmgr port to federate to.
  • webserver_name, String, name_property: true
  • plg_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/Plugins'
  • wct_root, String, default: '/opt/IBM/WebSphere/Toolbox'
  • wct_tool_root, String, default: lazy { "#{wct_root}/WCT" }
  • config_type, String, default: 'local_distributed', Can only be local_distributed or remote.
  • profile_name, String, required: true
  • node_name, String, required: true
  • map_to_apps, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: false
  • ihs_hostname, [String], default: lazy { node.name }
  • ihs_port, String, default: '80'
  • ihs_install_root, default: '/opt/IBM/HTTPServer'
  • ihs_config_file, String, default: lazy { "#{ihs_install_root}/conf/httpd.conf" }
  • runas_user, String, default: 'root'
  • runas_group, String, default: 'root'
  • enable_ihs_admin_server, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: false
  • ihs_admin_user, [String, nil], default: nil
  • ihs_admin_password, [String, nil], default: nil
  • ihs_admin_port, String, default: '8008'
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates a web definition and deploys a webserver
  • :delete - deletes the web definition
  • :start - starts the webserver
  • :stop - stops the webserver

ibm_cert

Used to manage ibm java certificates. Create keystore, create certificates and add to keystore, add existing certs to keystore. extract cert from keystore.

This can be used on any server with ikeycmd tool.

Example
ibm_cert 'mydomain.com' do
  dn 'CN=mydomain.com,O=MyOrg,C=UK'
  kdb '/root/keystores/keystore.kdb'
  kdb_password 'dummy'
  algorithm 'SHA256WithRSA'
  size '2048'
  expire '10'
  owned_by 'jim'
  action [:create, :extract]
end

ibm_cert 'myotherdomain.com' do
  kdb '/root/keystores/keystore.kdb'
  kdb_password 'dummy'
  add_cert '/root/keystores/cert_to_import.cer'
  action :add
end
Parameters
  • label, String, name_property: true
  • dn, String, required: true eg "CN=mydomain.com,O=MyOrg,C=UK"
  • kdb, String, required: true, regex: Path to keystore file. Will create if it doesn't exist. File must end in .kdb or .p12
  • kdb_password, String, required: true
  • algorithm, String, default: 'SHA256WithRSA'
  • size, String, default: '2048', Can be 2048, 1024 or 512
  • expire, String, default: '3600', required: true
  • extract_to, String, Used by the extract action only. Extracts in ASCII to a file <label>.cer next to the keystore file location by default. #{label}.cer" } .
  • add_cert, [String, nil], default: nil path to certificate to add to keystore, only used in add.
  • default_cert, String, default: 'no'. Can be yes or no
  • ikeycmd, String, default: /opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/java/jre/bin/ikeycmd path to ikeycmd tool.
  • owned_by, String, default: 'root'
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates a keystore with a default certificate
  • :extract - extracts a certificate from a keystore
  • :add - adds an existing certificate to an existing keystore.

websphere_env

Creates a websphere environment variable

Example
websphere_env 'TESTING_1234' do
  scope 'Cell=Cell1'
  value '/some/value'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  action :set
end
Parameters
  • variable_name, [String, nil], name_property.
  • scope, String, required: true. eg Cell=Cell1
  • value, [String, nil], default: nil
Actions
  • :set - creates the variable and sets the value.
  • :remove - removes the variable.

websphere_jms_provider

Creates a custom jms provder in websphere

Example
websphere_jms_provider 'ActiveMQ' do
  scope 'Cell=Cell1'
  context_factory 'org.apache.activemq.jndi.ActiveMQWASInitialContextFactory'
  url 'nsps://devtlnx0287.stbc2.jstest2.net:15071;nsps://devtlnx0293.stbc2.jstest2.net:15071'
  classpath_jars ['/drivers/nClient-9.7.jar', '/drivers/nJMS-9.7.jar']
  description 'ActiveMQ JMS Provider created by Chef'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action [:create]
end
Parameters
  • provider_name, String, name_property: true. Unique name for the custom provider.
  • scope, String, required: true. eg Cell=Cell1
  • context_factory, [String, nil], default: nil
  • url, [String, nil], default: nil
  • classpath_jars, [Array, nil], default: nil Full path to each jar driver
  • description, [String, nil], default: nil
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates a jms provider

websphere_jms_conn_factory

Creates a jms connection factory

Example
websphere_jms_conn_factory 'My Queue Conection Factory' do
  scope 'Cell=Cell1'
  jndi_name 'jms/MyQueueFactory'
  ext_jndi_name 'MyQueueFactory_external_name'
  jms_provider 'ActiveMQ'
  type 'QUEUE'
  conn_pool_timeout '220'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action [:create]
end
Parameters
  • conn_factory_name, String, name_property: true
  • scope, String, required: true eg 'Cell=MyCell,Cluster=MyCluster'
  • jndi_name, String, required: true
  • ext_jndi_name, String, required: true
  • jms_provider, String, required: true
  • type, String, required: true, Can be only QUEUE, TOPIC or UNIFIED
  • description, [String, nil], default: nil
  • category, [String, nil], default: nil
  • conn_pool_timeout, String, default: '180'
  • conn_pool_min, String, default: '1'
  • conn_pool_max, String, default: '10'
  • conn_pool_reap_time, String, default: '180'
  • conn_pool_unused_timeout, String, default: '1800'
  • conn_aged_timeout, String, default: '0'
  • conn_purge_policy, String, default: 'FailingConnectionOnly' can be only FailingConnectionOnly or EntirePool
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates a jms conection factory

websphere_jms_destination

Creates a jms queue or topic

Example
websphere_jms_destination 'My Queue' do
  jndi_name 'myQueue'
  ext_jndi_name 'jms/myQueue'
  scope 'Cell=Cell1'
  jms_provider 'ActiveMQ'
  type 'QUEUE'
  admin_user 'admin'
  admin_password 'admin'
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action [:create]
end
Parameters
  • jms_dest_name, String, name_property: true
  • jndi_name, String, required: true
  • ext_jndi_name, String, required: true
  • scope, String, required: true eg 'Cell=MyCell,Cluster=MyCluster'
  • jms_provider, String, required: true
  • type, String, required: true, Can be QUEUE, TOPIC or UNIFIED
  • description, [String, nil], default: nil
  • category, [String, nil], default: nil
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.
Actions
  • :create - Creates a jms queue or topic

websphere_wsadmin

A wrapper around the wsadmin command. Added for convenience to perform tasks that are not yet available as resources in this cookbook.

websphere_wsadmin 'do some wsadmin' do
  admin_user secrets['ibm_was']['dmgr_user']
  admin_password secrets['ibm_was']['dmgr_pw']
  file "myscript.py paramforscript"
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action [:run, :save]
end

websphere_wsadmin 'do some more wsadmin' do
  admin_user secrets['ibm_was']['dmgr_user']
  admin_password secrets['ibm_was']['dmgr_pw']
  script "AdminServerManagement.stopSingleServer('mynode', 'myserver')"
  dmgr_host 'localhost'
  action :run
end
Parameters
  • label, String, name_property: true just a label to make the execute resource name unique
  • script, [String, nil], default: nil. The command for wsadmin to run. If a file is given this will be ignored, and only the file will be executed.
  • file, [String, nil], default: nil The script file for wsadmin to run.
  • return_codes, Array, default: [0]. Return codes to allow.
  • sensitive_exec, [TrueClass, FalseClass], default: true # set to false for debug purposes to show stdout in chef logs.

License and Author

Copyright: 2016, J Sainsburys

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

Dependent cookbooks

ibm-installmgr >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

IBM Websphere Cookbook CHANGELOG

v1.0.2

  • use cookstyle for style check
  • fix integration tests(IBMCMSKS provider missing)
  • do not try to look at the current java sdk if the attribute is not specified (WAS ND 7 Friendly)
  • allow to not create a user and a service when using websphere_profile

v1.0.1

  • run manageprofiles.sh as was run_user
  • add sensitive_exec feature for debugging on all resources
  • readme update

v1.0.0

  • released to supermarket. Travis-ci integration tests.

v0.6.0

  • new websphere env variable resource.

v0.5.2

  • fix bug when adding a cert that's already in keystore.

v0.5.1

  • p12 keystores allowed in ibm_cert resource

v0.5.0

  • new app server resource

v0.4.1

  • fix bug in jms regex check if exists.
  • jms resource fix to avoid custom resource variable scope conflicts.

v0.4.0

  • new resources for jms destination and jms connection factory. Integration tests for all jms resources.

v0.3.3

  • cleaner bugfix for starting webserver after it has just been created to allow time to propagate.

v0.3.2

  • bugfix for starting webserver after it has just been created to allow time to propagate.

v0.3.1

  • bugfix for federating and existing node that isn't yet federated.

v0.3.0

  • added vhost_alias resource
  • added another sync_node option that doesn't restart nodeagent or servers
  • changed extract_cert default filename extension to .cer

v0.2.0

  • added websphere_wsadmin resource for convenience
  • added jms_provider resource
  • added ibm_cert resource

v0.1.0

  • added sync_node feature
  • added save config for some changes.
  • added start_all_servers in node
  • fixed cluster ripplestart and added cluster startSingleServer and stop
  • bug fix for libgcc.i686 conflict version with libgcc

v0.0.6

  • get_ports function to set server endpoints as attributes.
  • change logging from warn to debug to reduce noise

v0.0.5

  • Change default was root to /opt/IBM/WebSphere/Appserver
  • add save to various wsadmin commands.

v0.0.4

  • minor update to ihs integration tests

v0.0.3

  • bug fix for when security attributes=nil
  • add berksfile.lock ot gitignore
  • getports.py bug fix

v0.0.2

  • added global application security property change

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Contributing File Metric
            

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License Metric
            

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No Binaries Metric
            

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Failure: Cookbook should not contain binaries. Found:
websphere/attributes/default.rb

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websphere should declare what platform(s) it supports.

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