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A secure, REST administrative connector that can be used locally or remotely using any Java developer kit. This connector enables remote access from a Java client or directly through an HTTPS call. The administrator and reader roles protect the connector. The connector requires TLS to keep the communication confidential. The HTTPS port used by the connector is defined through the default HTTP endpoint. This feature is superseded by the restConnector-2.0 feature and enables the jaxrs-1.1 feature.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables a server to be a member of a management collective.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables support for applications that use application-managed and container-managed JPA written to the Java Persistence API 2.0 specification. The support is built on top of Apache OpenJPA with extensions to support the container-managed programming model.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables OSGi applications that contain Web Application Bundles (WABs). Web application bundles are OSGi bundles that are internally structured in the same way as a war file and support the same web components.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables deploying modular Web applications written using Servlet technologies and the OSGi HTTP Whiteboard specification.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables web applications to integrate OAuth 2.0 for authenticating and authorizing users.
Last Release on Jul 18, 2019
This feature enables local caching for web responses. It includes the distributedMap feature and performs automatic caching of web application responses to improve response times and throughput. Applications can include a cache-spec.xml file to customize the response caching. The cache may be distributed through addition of a network cache provider such as WebSphere eXtreme Scale.
Last Release on Jul 18, 2019


This feature enables web applications to use SAML web single sign-on version 2.0 function.
Last Release on Jul 18, 2019
The collective controller feature allows a server to become the controller for a management collective. The collective controller acts as a command and control mechanism for administrative functions for the collective, and serves as a storage and collaboration mechanism for the collective and cluster members.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020
This feature enables support for Java API for RESTful Web Services 1.1. JAX-RS annotations can be used to define web service clients and endpoints that comply with the REST architectural style. Endpoints are accessed through a common interface that is based on the HTTP standard methods.
Last Release on Nov 20, 2020