Change default profile in WebSphere Application Server

1. Run the following command to list down all the profiles:

WAS_install_root\bin\manageprofiles -listProfiles

2. Run the following command to set the default profile

– WAS_install_root\bin\manageprofiles -setDefaultName -profileName profile2

Note: You can run manageprofile help command for details of how to use the command such as

WAS_install_root\bin\manageprofile -setDefaultName -help

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