featureUtility installServerFeatures command installs the required features that are listed in the
server.xml file of a server.
Install the server features for the
featureUtility installServerFeatures myserver
Install the features for the
myserver server, which includes custom user features:
featureUtility installServerFeatures myserver --featuresBom=my.user.features:myBOM:<runtime-version>
In this example, the
<runtime-version> value is the version of the Open Liberty server where you want to install the feature, for example,
Run the command from the
featureUtility installServerFeatures serverName [options]
The name of the server to run the command against.
Accepts the license agreement for the feature if the feature has a different license from the Liberty server into which it’s installed.
Specifies the Maven coordinates for a features BOM file. Use this option to install custom user features from a Maven repository. Ensure that the repository also contains the associated features JSON file in the same group ID as the BOM.
Specifies that features that are installed from a remote repository, such as Maven Central, aren’t cached locally.
Displays additional debug information while the action runs.
Specify the extension location to install user features. If this option is not specified, the feature is installed to default
The following exit codes are available for the
featureUtility installServerFeatures command:
OK. 0 indicates successful completion of the requested operation.
20 indicates that one or more arguments are not valid.
21 indicates that a runtime exception occurred because of one or more of the following conditions: - A runtime exception occurred during the installation of the
22 indicates that feature to be installed already exists.
23 indicates that the feature definition was not valid for one or more of the following reasons: - The feature does not have a valid manifest file. - The version of the feature is not supported in this Open Liberty environment. - The
24 indicates that the
25 indicates that an I/O exception occurred during the installation of the
29 indicates that the feature is not valid for the current product.
33 indicates that the connection to the repository failed.