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Chapter1 TIBCO ActiveMatrix Administrator Overview
Introduction
TIBCO ActiveMatrix Administrator Architecture
Figure1 TIBCO ActiveMatrix Administrator
Management Daemon Software on page4
ActiveMatrix Administrator Setup
Life Cycle of the ActiveMatrix Runtime
Before You Begin
Configuring the Runtime
Two-Step Configuration: First Define, Then Install
Starting Installed Nodes
Deploying Service Assemblies
Two-Step Deployment: First Configure, Then Deploy
Life Cycle Management
Shared Resource Life Cycle
Customizing HTTP Shared Resource Definitions
Chapter2 Infrastructure Servers
ActiveMatrix Database Server
Database Overview
HSQLDB Database
Starting the HSQLDB Database Server
TIBCO Management Daemon
Starting TIBCO Management Daemon
UDP, Discovery, and Management Ports
UDP Listening Port
Changing Management Daemon Status Reporting and Polling Intervals
TIBCO Enterprise Message Service™ Server
Starting the TIBCO Enterprise Message Service Server
TIBCO Administrator™ and TIBCO Hawk®
Starting TIBCO Administrator and TIBCO Hawk
Chapter3 ActiveMatrix Administrator Server
Creating the First ActiveMatrix Administrator Server
Before Running the ActiveMatrix Administrator Server Creation Utility
Running the ActiveMatrix Administrator Server Creation Utility
Creating an Obfuscated Password
ActiveMatrix Administrator Configuration
Table3 ActiveMatrix Administrator Reference
Deleting the ActiveMatrix Administrator Windows Service
Authentication Realm Configuration
•Local XML File Realm on page31
Local XML File Realm
Table4 Local XML File Realm Reference
TIBCO Administrator Realm
•TIBCO Administrator Realm Reference on page34
Table5 TIBCO Administrator Realm Reference
Database Realm
•Database Realm on page36
Database Authentication Superuser
Table7 Database Realm Authentication Superuser Reference
LDAP Realm
•LDAP Realm on page40
Table8 LDAP Realm Reference
Table10 LDAP Mapping Details Reference
Table11 Superuser Registration Reference
Updating the Authentication Realm
build.xml
datafile.xml
Database Configuration
Database Configuration Reference
Table12 Database Configuration Reference
Updating the Database Configuration
Pre-creating ActiveMatrix Schema
Creating the ActiveMatrix Schema
Creating the ActiveMatrix Tables
When running the ActiveMatrix Administrator server creation utility:
Generating the Schema Using DB Script Generator
Default Runtime Node Configuration
Starting and Stopping the ActiveMatrix Administrator Server
Chapter4 ActiveMatrix Administrator Interfaces
ActiveMatrix Administrator Interfaces Overview
Graphical Interface
Command-Line Interface
ActiveMatrix Administrator Graphical Interface
Logging in to the ActiveMatrix Administrator Graphical Interface
Graphic Interface Overview
Perspective Overview
Working with the Graphical User Interface
•Status Icons on page72
Tables
ActiveMatrix Administrator Command-Line Interface
Actions
Objects
Invoking the Command-Line Interface
AMXAdminTask
</AMXAdminTask>
Data File Schemas
Supported Objects and Attribute Reference
Table16 Supported Objects and Their Attribute Reference Sections
AMXAdminConfigTask
Chapter5 Configuring Enterprise Assets
Managing Machines
Automatically Binding to the ActiveMatrix Administrator Server Machine
Binding Machines
Unbinding Machines
Bound Machines Table
Table18 Bound Machines Reference
Bound Machine Reference
Table19 Bound Machine Reference
Add Search Parameters Reference
Table20 Add Search Parameters Reference
Search Parameters Reference
Discovered Machines Reference
Table21 Search Parameters Reference
Table22 Discovered Machines Reference
Managing Shared Resource Definitions
•Creating a Shared Resource Definition on page114
•Editing a Shared Resource Definition on page115
Creating a Shared Resource Definition
To create a shared resource definition:
2.Click Shared Resource Definitions
Editing a Shared Resource Definition
Setting a Shared Resource Definition Property
Binding a Shared Resource Property to a Substitution Variable
Deleting a Shared Resource Definition
Resource Definition Reference
HTTP Server Shared Resource Definition Reference
Table23 HTTP Server Shared Resource Reference
HTTP Server
Identity Shared Resource Definition Reference
JDBC Shared Resource Definition Reference
Table24 Identity Shared Resource Reference
Table25 JDBC Shared Resource Reference
Table26 Database Drivers and URL Templates
Default: Rendezvous Shared Resource Definition
SSL Server Shared Resource Definition
Table31 SSL Server Shared Resource Reference
Default: SSL Server Shared Resource Definition
Managing Users, Groups, and Permissions
Users and Groups Overview
Users
Managing Users in the Database Authentication Realm
Groups
Permissions
•User Interface Functions on page145
Adding Child Objects to a Parent Object
Managing UDDI Servers
Table33 UDDI Server Reference
Managing Keystores
Keystores Overview
•Creating an Internal Keystore on page157
•Creating an External Keystore on page158
Creating an Internal Keystore
To create an internal keystore:
Creating an External Keystore
To create an external keystore:
Deleting a Keystore
Editing a Keystore Description
Reloading an Internal Keystore
To reload an internal keystore:
Table38 Administrator Server Reference
Working with Substitution Variables
To work with substitution variables:
Creating a Substitution Variable
To create a substitution variable:
Deleting a Substitution Variable
Editing a Substitution Variable Value
To edit a substitution variable value:
Chapter6 Defining Environments
Environments Overview
Environments Reference
Creating an Environment
Environment Reference
Enable Assets
Configure Messaging Bus Settings
Working with Environments
Deleting an Environment
Editing an Environment
Configuring Messaging Bus
Configuring Messaging Bus Settings
Managing Messaging Servers
•Adding a Messaging Server to an Environment on page176
Table41 Messaging Server Reference
Direct Connection
Removing a Messaging Server from an Environment
JNDI Connection
Enabling Machines
•Enabling Machines in an Environment on page182
•Disabling Machines in an Environment on page182
Enabling Machines in an Environment
To enable machines in an environment:
Disabling Machines in an Environment
To disable machines in an environment:
Machines Reference
Enabling UDDI Servers
•Enabling UDDI Servers in an Environment
•Disabling UDDI Servers in an Environment
Enabling UDDI Servers in an Environment
To enable UDDI servers in an environment:
Disabling UDDI Servers in an Environment
To disable UDDI servers in an environment:
UDDI Servers Reference
Table43 UDDI Server Reference
Working with Shared Resource Definitions
•Enabling and Disabling Shared Resource Definitions in an Environment
Enabling and Disabling Shared Resource Definitions in an Environment
Chapter7 Configuring Environments
Working with Nodes
Enabling Assets in Nodes
Creating a Node
Installing and Uninstalling Nodes
Starting and Stopping Nodes
Editing a Node
Node Reference
Setting Permissions for Nodes
To set permissions for nodes:
Installing a Shared Library in a Node
Deleting Nodes
Configuring Multiple Messaging Servers in Multinode Scenarios
Working with the Default Connector
Default Connector Reference
Table46 Default Connector Reference
Working with Containers
Enabling and Disabling Containers
Table47 Container Type Attribute Components
Activating and Deactivating a Container
Container Reference
Working with Shared Resources
Enabling and Disabling Shared Resources
Installing and Uninstalling Shared Resources
Uninstalling Shared Resources
Enabling and Disabling Resource Functions
Shared Resource Reference
Overriding a Substitution Variable Value
To override a substitution variable value:
Reverting a Substitution Variable Back to the Global Value
Local Substitution Variables Reference
Table50 Local Substitution Variables Reference
Working With Logging Configurations
Chapter8 Deploying Service Assemblies
Deployment Overview
Configuring Service Assemblies
Deploying a Service Assembly
Uploading a Service Assembly
Importing Shared Resource Definitions
Service Assemblies Reference
Table51 Service Assemblies Reference
Configuring a Service Assembly
Configuring Service Units
Working with Service Assemblies
•Deploying and Redeploying Service Assemblies on page221
Deploying and Redeploying Service Assemblies
Starting and Stopping Service Assemblies
Editing Service Assembly Configurations
To edit service assembly configurations:
Table52 Service Assembly Reference
Updating a Service Assembly Archive
Downloading a Service Assembly Archive
Updating Service Assemblies
Table53 Actions and Service Assembly Status Changes
Undeploying Service Assemblies
Deleting Service Assemblies
Working with Service Units
Service Units Table Reference
Service Units
•Node Mapping Tab on page231
Table54 Service Units Table Reference
Mapping Shared Resource Profiles to Shared Resources
Shared Resource Profiles Reference
Table57 Shared Resource Profiles Reference
Working with Topics
Topics Reference
Table59 Substitution Variables Reference
Working with Logging Configurations
Working with Services
Services Reference
Chapter9 Monitoring Infrastructure and Services
Overview
Views
Enabling Monitoring
Monitoring Configuration Reference
Accessing the Monitor & Manage Perspective
Dashboard View
•Service Metrics on page245
Service Metrics
System Metrics
Infrastructure View
•Environment View on page248
Environment View
Machines
Machine View
Node View
Service View
Searching for Services
To search for services:
Integrated Service View
Service Trail
Service Details
Provides & Consumes
Table83 Composite Service Consumes
Table85 Composite Reference Provides
Deployment Details
UDDI Publishing
Endpoint Chosen for Publication
Table91 Endpoint Chosen for Publication
Table98 Service Assembly Details
Service Units Table
Service Unit View
Browse Mode
Chapter10Managing Logging
Event Models
Log Files
Importing Log Files into a Log Service Database
Purging a Log Service Database
Logging Configurations
Table105 Parent-Child Logging Configuration Set
Table106 Object Logging Configuration Screens
—Example 1 Adding a Logging Configuration with a FIle Appender on page311
Example 1 Adding a Logging Configuration with a FIle Appender
Example 2 Adding a Logging Configuration with a JMS Appender
Object Logging Configuration Reference
Table107 Object Logging Configuration Reference
Using the Log Viewer
Displaying the Log Viewer
To display the Log Viewer:
Working with the Query Builder
Working with Queries
•Building Queries on page321
Working with the Log
Viewing Log Event Details
Event Formats
Base Event Format Attribute Reference
Table109 Base Event Format Attribute Reference
Engine Event Format Attribute Reference
BW Engine Event Format Attribute Reference
Table111 Engine Event Format Attribute Reference
Table112 BW Engine Event Format Attribute Reference
Server Logs
AppendixASecuring TIBCO ActiveMatrix Communication Channels
Keystores
ActiveMatrix Administrator Server Keystores
ActiveMatrix Node Keystores
Management Daemon Keystores
ActiveMatrix Administrator Command-line Tool Keystores
Enabling HTTPS for ActiveMatrix Administrator Servers
Enabling HTTPS for ActiveMatrix Administrator servers involves three steps:
Setting up ActiveMatrix Administrator Keystores
Enabling HTTPS in ActiveMatrix Administrator Server
Enabling HTTPS in ActiveMatrix Administrator Clients
Enabling HTTPS in ActiveMatrix Administrator Command-line Tool
Enabling SSL for Management Daemon
Securing JDBC Connections
Oracle Native Thin Driver
Enabling Secure Connections Between Nodes and ActiveMatrix
Enabling Secure Communications Between Nodes and Messaging Servers
Table114 JNDI SSL Application Properties
Enabling Secure Connections Between Nodes and ActiveMatrix Servers
Enabling Secure Connections to Auxiliary Servers
Enabling Secure Connections to LDAP Servers
Enabling Secure Connections to UDDI Servers
TRA File Locations
AppendixBMessaging Scenarios for In-only MEPs
Race Condition Between Consumer and Provider
Messages In AMX Binding Queue
Messages in JMS Container Queue
AppendixCSession and Thread Pools
Definitions
Configuration Properties
Life Cycle
Start
Stop
Usage
Interaction
Table116 Role (Consumer/Provider), MEP, and Session/Thread Pool
Best Practices
Session Count and Max Pool Size
Service Optimization
Local Invocations
Session Release
AppendixDActiveMatrix Server Performance Tuning
JVM Configuration
Using Client and Server Modes
Allocated Memory Size
ActiveMatrix Administrator Server Configuration
Number of Web-worker Threads
Acceptor-Thread Count
AppendixEPublishing Services to ActiveMatrix Registry
Enabling Non-Administrator Users to Publish to the ActiveMatrix
Task CAdd a Non-Administrator User
Adding Permission to Publish to a Business
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