If you do not have Network Deployment, use the WebSphere
command to start Translator.
In the WebSphere
Application Server administrative console, Translator server is always shown as stopped, and you are not able to start it. Translator runs on its own server and cannot be managed from the default WebSphere
™, Translator runs as a service. You can start Translator by using the Windows
Services program. In other operating systems, you can start Translator with the WebSphere
Application Server startServer
To start Translator server:
- If you are using Windows, open the Services window:
If you are using AIX®, IBM® i, Linux™, or Solaris, issue the startServer command:
- Click Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services. The Services window opens.
- In the list of Services, select IBM WebSphere Application Server V7.0 - IBMWebformServerTranslator40 and click Start.
- At the command line, change to the directory that contains the startServer.sh command. The location is usually <WebSphere Application Server installation directory>/bin. If WebSphere Application Server is installed as root in the default location, then the installation directory is one of the directories shown in the table.
Table 1. WebSphere Application Server installation directories
|Operating system||WebSphere Application Server default location|
|IBM i (i5/OS®)||/QIBM/ProdData/WebSphere/AppServer/V7/Base|
If you cannot find the actual location on your system, search for the file startServer.sh
- Issue the startServer command. For example:
For more information on using the startServer command, see the WebSphere Application Server documentation.
Parent topic: Administering Webform Server
Websphere Application Server startServer command