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WebSphere Application Server 6.1 configuration through script

We are hosting an application using script (configuration.py) by passing "propery file" as a parameter to create an environment (cluster, application server, DB connection, mapping etc.,) and deploying an ".ear" file with the deployment.py script.
Could any one please help to create and configure Virtual Host for an application using the script by passing the property file as paramater in which we can define the Virtual Host.
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What version of WebSphere Application Server are you using?

Since you say that the configuration script file extension is .py, it appears that it is a wsadmin script written using Jython.

Can you provide the script?

And can you provide the details about the Virtual Host, and application?

I'm sure that I'll be able to help.
I would love to help you with this.  Please provide some additional details.
I (now) see that the title of the question has the version information.
What I would like to have is the complete version information.  To find this, please:

- open a command prompt
- "cd" to the WebSphere AppServer bin directory
  e.g.:  cd C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer\bin
- execute the versionInfo command script
  On Windows, you can simply type: versionInfo
  On Unix type systems, you type: ./versionInfo.sh

- The information for which I'm looking should appear something like this:

Installed Product
Name                     IBM WebSphere Application Server - ND
ID                       ND
Build Level              cf230910.10
Build Date               3/10/09

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karthik15Author Commented:
Hi,   Please find the version information below:

Installed Product

Name                  IBM WebSphere Application Server - ND
ID                       ND
Build Level         cf190836.04
Build Date          9/9/08

Sorry for the delay as i strucked up with something

Kindly help in this case.

karthik15Author Commented:
The requirement has been implemented manually...
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