When I began learning AIX, I relied heavily on the AIX system administration tool called SMIT (GUI) or SMITTY (menu based). One of the great things about SMIT is when you "point and clicked" to create a user account, configure NFS, etc., SMIT displays the actual Unix commands being executed on the bottom of the SMIT window. This is how I learned the basics of the Unix command line. Over time I was able to do all of my administration from the command line interface (CLI) and not have to rely on SMIT. Understanding what commands were actually being run opened the door for me to write scripts that automated routine tasks, tweaked system performance, etc. etc.
Fortunately, there is a similar feature in NetBackup 7.x.
In order to see the command line operations being run by the Java Admin GUI, perform the following actions:
1. On the system where you are running the Java Admin GUI (likely the master server) go to the java directory.
# cd /usr/...