Each individual authenticated client connection to Rhino is associated with a namespace.

This setting, known as the active namespace, controls which namespace is affected by management commands such as those that install deployable units or change operational states.

To change the active namespace for a client connection, use the following rhino-console command or related MBean operation.

Console command: setactivenamespace

Command and command-line option

Interactive mode

In interactive mode, the setActiveNamespace command can be used to set the active namespace for future management operations.

setactivenamespace <-default|name>
    Set the active namespace
Non-interactive mode

In non-interactive mode, the -n command-line option can be used to select the namespace that the executed command is processed against.


Interactive mode
$ ./rhino-console
Interactive Rhino Management Shell
Rhino management console, enter 'help' for a list of commands
[Rhino@localhost (#0)] setactivenamespace testnamespace
The active namespace is now testnamespace
[Rhino@localhost [testnamespace] (#1)] setactivenamespace -default
The active namespace is now the default namespace
[Rhino@localhost (#2)]

Non-interactive mode
$ ./rhino-console -n testnamespace start
The active namespace is now testnamespace
Starting SLEE on node(s) [101]
SLEE transitioned to the Starting state on node 101

MBean operation: setActiveNamespace


Rhino extension

public void setActiveNamespace(String name)
  throws NoAuthenticatedSubjectException, UnrecognizedNamespaceException,

This operation sets the active namespace for the client connection. A null parameter value can be used to specify that the default namespace should be made active.

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