Wayne Bennett commented on Jul 26, 2012

Re: Creating a Proxy Server database to support iPhone clients after installing Interim FeatureRelease 1

Step 13: Added a suggestion to restart the proxy server prior to testing the JNDI connection, otherwise errors may occur.

Derrick M Weaver commented on Feb 8, 2012

Re: Creating a Proxy Server database to support iPhone clients after installing Interim FeatureRelease 1

Derrick M Weaver commented on Feb 8, 2012

Re: Creating a Proxy Server database to support iPhone clients after installing Interim FeatureRelease 1

In some cases customers would like to use the existing DB2 installation in place for SSC. In this case, we need to identify that the default DB2 port is 50000, so that customers can connect to that remote DB2 instance rather than installing DB2 again on the Proxy Server host.

Derrick M Weaver commented on Jan 6, 2012

Re: Creating a Proxy Server database to support iPhone clients after installing Interim Feature Release 1

We have the following suggestions for file paths in the steps above:

9. On the server being updated, copy proxyDbSetup.py from the DatabaseScripts folder to:

Network Install -

Primary Node: was_install_root\STPServerPN

Secondary Nodes: was_install_root\STPServerSN

Cell Deployment:

was_install_root\STPServerCell

10. In a text editor, open the proxy.properties file stored in:

Network Install -

Primary Node: was_install_root\STPServerPN\SametimeProxyServerOffering\SametimeServer\STProxy\proxy\

Secondary Nodes: was_install_root\STPServerSN\SametimeProxyServerOffering\SametimeServer\STProxy\proxy\

Cell Deployment:

was_install_root\STPServerCell\SametimeProxyServerOffering\SametimeServer\STProxy\proxy\

12. From the cell directory, run the following command:

Network Install -

Primary Node: ..\AppServer\profiles\proxyProfileName\bin wsadmin.bat -lang jython -user wasUser -password wasPwd -f "script_location/proxyDBSetup.py" "was_install_root\proxyPNprofile\SametimeProxyServerOffering\SametimeServer\STProxy\proxy\proxy.properties"

Secondary Node:..\AppServer\profiles\proxyProfileName\bin wsadmin.bat -lang jython -user wasUser -password wasPwd -f "script_location/proxyDBSetup.py" "was_install_root\proxySNprofile\SametimeProxyServerOffering\SametimeServer\STProxy\proxy\proxy.properties"

Cell Deployment -

..\AppServer\profiles\proxyProfileName\bin wsadmin.bat -lang jython -user wasUser -password wasPwd -f "script_location/proxyDBSetup.py" "was_install_root\STPServerCell\SametimeProxyServerOffering\SametimeServer\STProxy\proxy\proxy.properties"

where 'was_install_root' is the file path to the WebSphere root directory.

Duane Fitzpatrick commented on Dec 28, 2011

Re: Creating a Proxy Server database to support iPhone clients after installing Interim FeatureRelease 1

Step 12: There is no space between the directory and the sh file name if you run this command on Linux. Not sure about Windows.

../AppServer/profiles/proxyProfileName/bin/wsadmin.sh

There are also some inconsistencies in when the dmgr and node agents should be up or down. There are some places where you would think they need to be up, but the install warns you that all WAs processes should be stopped. That is odd to me. DF