This command-line tool enables administrators and developers to evaluate, inventory and analyze applications in minutes without accessing the source code. The tool can generate the following reports.
Consolidates the content of all the available reports into one report, including sections for technology evaluation, detailed migration analysis, inventory, and Liberty feature list. Here is a sample invocation and report.
Identifies the Java EE programming models in the application and provides a recommendation for the right-fit IBM WebSphere Application Server edition. Here is a sample invocation and report.
Contains a high-level inventory of the content and structure of each application which can be useful in determining the complexity of applications. It also displays information about potential deployment problems and performance considerations. Here is a sample invocation and report.
Highlights Java EE programming model and WebSphere API differences between the profile types. This report contains advice and potential solutions to assess the ease of moving applications from WebSphere traditional, Liberty, JBoss, WebLogic or Apache Tomcat application server to Liberty or to newer versions of WebSphere traditional. It also informs you of any Java EE specification implementation differences that could affect your applications. Here is a sample invocation and report.
The tool can either display an HTML report, or save the report as an HTML or JSON file.
Generates an xml file that includes all of the application required features needed in a Liberty server based on scanning each application binary. Use this file to configure your Liberty server by copying the content to the Liberty
server.xml file, or use the
include element to include it in the server configuration. Here is a sample invocation and output.
|java -jar binaryAppScannerInstaller.jar|