BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

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Chapter 1 Getting Started 9 About this documentation..........................................................................10 Who should read this documentation........................................................10 BusinessObjects Enterprise guides...........................................................10 What is BusinessObjects Enterprise?.......................................................12 What's new in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation and Configuration guide?........................................................................................................12 Chapter 2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise 15

Installation overview..................................................................................16 System requirements ..........................................................................16 Network requirements .........................................................................17 User permissions for installing BusinessObjects Enterprise................18 Installing on a non-system drive...........................................................20 Setting up server communication.........................................................21 Installation Scenarios ................................................................................23 New installation ...................................................................................23 Custom and Expand installation ..........................................................24 Web Tier installation ............................................................................25 Client Tools installation ........................................................................26 Silent installation .................................................................................28 Side-by-side installation ......................................................................29 Distributed deployment.........................................................................29 CMS Database requirements and preparation..........................................30 Installing MySQL as the system database...........................................30 To setup a database account for BusinessObjects Enterprise ............31

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Setting up an empty database for the CMS.........................................31 DB2 database setup requirements ......................................................32 Oracle database setup requirements...................................................33 Sybase database setup requirements..................................................34 MySQL database setup requirements..................................................34 Microsoft SQL Server database setup requirements ..........................35 Preparing your existing database server...................................................35 To prepare your database....................................................................36 Before you deploy web applications..........................................................37 Chapter 3 Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise 39

Installation checklist...................................................................................40 Beginning your installation.........................................................................41 To accept the license agreement.........................................................41 Entering user information and a product keycode................................42 To install Language Packs ...................................................................43 To select an installation type................................................................44 Chapter 4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise 47

Performing a new installation.....................................................................48 To perform a new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation..................48 To enter information on your new CMS................................................50 To specify Server Intelligence Agent information.................................51 CMS database configuration................................................................52 To select a web application server configuration option.......................56 To start the installation..........................................................................62 Chapter 5 Custom or Expand Installations 63

Performing a Custom or Expand installation.............................................64 To select or deselect features...............................................................64

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BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Components.................................65 BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Tier Components............................67 BusinessObjects Server Components.................................................67 Database Access ................................................................................69 Export Support.....................................................................................69 Samples...............................................................................................70 Help Files ............................................................................................70 To perform a custom or expand installation...............................................70 To only install the Client Components..................................................71 To only install the Server Components.................................................71 To only install the Web Tier Components.............................................80 Chapter 6 Web Applications Installation 89

Performing a Web Tier installation.............................................................90 BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Tier Components............................90 To perform a Web Tier installation........................................................91 To select and deselect web tier components.......................................91 To specify an existing CMS for web tier components...........................92 To select a web application server configuration option.......................93 To start the installation........................................................................100 Chapter 7 Silent Installation 101

Overview of silent installation..................................................................102 Specific ini file parameters for setup.exe ................................................103 To create an installation .ini file................................................................103 Sample .ini script file................................................................................104 Silent and scripted installation parameters..............................................107 Chapter 8 After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise 115

Launching the Central Management Console (CMC)..............................116

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.................126 Product locale changes ......117 Diagnostic Tool..........128 Installing language packs across a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment ....122 Chapter 9 Language Packs on Windows 125 About language packs ................................................................................................................................................................................135 Client Tools silent installations .....................................................................................127 Locating language packs ........................143 Chapter 11 Maintaining your Installation 145 BusinessObjects Enterprise maintenance operations..................118 Deployment Diagnostic tool...........127 Installing language packs on Windows systems ................................................................................................................................119 Diagnostic options................................................................................................................................................................................126 English language fall-back .................................0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows ..................................................................................129 To uninstall language packs ..................126 Selecting a language ............................................................................................................................................117 Register your installed product..........................Contents To log on to the CMC...............................................118 To run diagnostic tests in Windows............................................116 Troubleshooting CMC logon issues.........................................................128 To install language packs .......................134 BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Components..............................................142 Sample client tools ini file....146 6 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.....................................................................................................................................................134 To perform a client tools installation......................................................................131 Chapter 10 Client Tools Installation 133 Overview of Client Tools installation..............................................................126 Installing language packs and complex deployments ......

....................................................................................................................................................................................156 Before you deploy web applications....................................165 Deploying to web application servers with wdeploy......157 Overview for using wdeploy..0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 7 .............Contents To enter maintenance mode........................................164 After deploying web applications........149 The installation log file............................................197 WAR file context roots.201 After deploying web applications.............148 How does the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool work?............198 Guidelines for deploying WAR files........199 To manually deploy web applications..........................................................................................................153 Chapter 12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment 155 Overview of post install deployment..........................................................................................................................200 To prepare for manual deployment on a remote machine.........................................................197 BusinessObjects Enterprise WAR files............................157 Prerequisites for using wdeploy..........................................146 Uninstalling BusinessObjects Enterprise from Windows..........147 Silent uninstallation..........165 To deploy web applications on a remote machine.............158 How to use wdeploy...............................................................................194 Manually deploying to a web application server........................................................157 Deploying with wdeploy............................................................................................................205 Chapter 13 Deployment Scenarios 219 Overview of deployment scenarios.............................................................................................148 Software Inventory Tool.......................159 Options for using wdeploy.........148 Introduction.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................220 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3......................204 Deploying with the Administration console.......................................

..........222 Basic N-tier scenario.......................256 Complex deployment overview.....220 Summary of required tasks..........Contents Desktop client to server scenario..............................................257 Deploying the complex deployment scenario.241 Deploying the N-tier scenario.................................................................................220 Desktop client to server overview...................................................................258 Appendix A Get More Help 281 Index 285 8 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.......................256 Summary of required tasks.................................................................240 N-tier scenario overview.....................0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows ...................................................240 Summary of required tasks.............................................................................................................................................................................................................241 Complex deployment scenario....................................................................................221 Deploying the desktop client to server scenario..................

Getting Started 1 .

10 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. This guide includes an overview of the architecture.0 on Windows. If you are installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Who should read this documentation This documentation is intended for the system administrator or IT professional who needs to install BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. port usage. In addition this documentation provides instructions for installing standalone client tools. your database environment. determining your organization's needs. please read the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Familiarity with your overall network environment.0.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX. and your web server software is especially beneficial.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .0 on UNIX or Linux operating systems. including detailed instructions for the different installation options. Guide BusinessObjects Enterprise Deployment Planning Guide Description This guide covers the key concepts you should consider before you begin deploying BusinessObjects Enterprise. language packs and for modifying. repairing or removing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and preparing for the installation. tips for assessing your existing environment.1 Getting Started About this documentation About this documentation This documentation provides you with information and procedures for installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 on Windows operating systems. BusinessObjects Enterprise guides The following table provides a list of BusinessObjects Enterprise guides and their contents.

BusinessObjects Enterprise Upgrade Guide Information for upgrades from BusinessObjects Enterprise XI to BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. configuring firewalls. managing users. such as Classic or Enterprise 5 or 6. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. to BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0. and working with Business Objects applications and objects. managing authentication. There are UNIX and Windows versions of this guide available.Details content migration from legacy gration Guide Business Objects software. and publishing security. configuring rights and access levels. The server administration topics includes server configuration.Getting Started BusinessObjects Enterprise guides 1 Guide Description BusinessObjects Enterprise In.Leads you through the steps required to stallation and Configuration run the setup program and complete your Guide installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. publishing Crystal reports. BusinessObjects Enterprise Publisher's Guide BusinessObjects Enterprise Mi. and measuring system performance.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 11 .0. publishing desktop intelligence documents. Provides an overview of the publishing process. BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide Provides content for server administration and content administration. working with publications. The content administration topics include working with the CMC. publishing web intelligence documents.

interactive reports to end users via any web application—intranet. Internet or corporate portal. scalable. What's new in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation and Configuration guide? BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. BusinessObjects Enterprise delivers tangible benefits that extend across and beyond the organization.com/documentation/product_guides/de fault. BusinessObjects Enterprise provides a solution for increasing end-user productivity and reducing administrative efforts.0 Installation and Configuration Guide is the first release to include information on the following features: Feature Language Packs installation Description New languages can be added to your installation using the standalone Language Pack installer. analysis. and reliable solution for delivering powerful. discussions.1 Getting Started What is BusinessObjects Enterprise? Guide Description BusinessObjects Enterprise In.0 is a flexible. objects. 12 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and information delivery. extranet.Provides an overview of InfoView and foView User's Guide working with Crystal Reports. For a complete list of all of our product documentation please visit our support site: http://support. Whether it is used for distributing weekly sales reports. As an integrated suite for reporting. Web Intelligence.businessobjects. and Voyager workspaces. providing customers with personalized service offerings.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . encyclopedia.asp What is BusinessObjects Enterprise? BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. or integrating critical information into corporate portals.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 13 . Web applications can be installed and deployed to supported web application servers using a dedicated installation method. Go to http://support. which you can use to run silent or scripted installations.busi nessobjects. Scripted Installation You can store all of your installation settings in a log file. Procedures for several deployment scenarios are considered and thoroughly documented in this guide.Getting Started What's new in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation and Configuration guide? 1 Feature Description Deploying web appli. All product documentation (including error message explanations) is available in all supported languages in an HTML-based documentation library.com/documentation/ BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Web-tier installation Deployment Diagnos. The website is refreshed with up-to-date content as it becomes available between releases. Stand-alone Client Tools installation BusinessObjects Enterprise client tools can now be installed using the standalone Client Tools installer. or after installation using either the wdeploy tool or the web application server's administration console.You can now validate your deployments through the tic Tool Deployment Diagnostic Tool. You can also access or download the PDF guides from the same website. This feature is particularly useful for automating custom installations. This system enables full-text search and other customizable features to make it easy to find the information you need.Web applications can now be deployed directly using cations the BusinessObjects Enterprise installer.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .1 Getting Started What's new in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation and Configuration guide? 14 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise 2 .

web browsers. and the install methods available to you for installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.businessobjects. Decide which BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Choose an installation method.0 provides an open and flexible architecture that supports a multitude of deployment and configuration scenarios. Consult the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Related Topics • • • Installation checklist on page 40 System requirements on page 16 Preparing your existing database server on page 35 System requirements For a detailed list of supported environments and hardware requirements. Verify that all machines that will be part of your BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment can communicate properly with one another.0 components to install and which of your own components to integrate. For additional important information that may pertain to your 16 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 installation.com/documentation/sup ported_platforms/. Determine where the components should be installed. and operating systems.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview Installation overview BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . This file includes specific version and patch-level requirements for web application servers. An installation checklist is provided to help ensure you are prepared before you begin your installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. Consider how you should prepare your infrastructure and set up your environment including server locations. Before you install BusinessObjects Enterprise you should: • • • • • • • Ensure that that your system meets the basic requirements for a BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the choices available to you within the core requirements. The following sections list the core software and system requirements. consult the Platforms Availability Report (PAR) file available on the Business Objects support site http://support.0 Deployment Planning Guide.0.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 17 . a period. ensure your machine name does not include any of the following characters: an underscore.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview 2 deployment. In particular. or a slash. Generally. Tip: If you are installing on VMWare.0 Deployment Planning Guide . it is also strongly recommended that you consult the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. you will require additional configuration details. Also ensure that the target machines can communicate over TCP/IP with each other. All web desktop clients must also be able to access the web server. Note: If you are installing BusinessObjects Enterprise in a firewall environment. For more information on the communication between components please refer to the “Architecture” chapter in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Deployment Planning Guide. your web server must be able to communicate with the machine that is running the web application server. See the “Working with Firewalls” chapter of the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide.0: • • Web application server (unless you want to install Tomcat as part of your installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise) Database software that is compatible with the CMS system and the Audit databases (unless you want to install MySQL as part of your installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise). Note: BusinessObjects Enterprise requires a database to store information about the system and its users. you must ensure that each target machine can communicate over TCP/IP with the machine running the Central Management Server (CMS). Network requirements When installing BusinessObjects Enterprise on multiple machines. the following components must be preinstalled and configured correctly before you can install BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

write. Note: The following scenarios are not supported: • • Installing on a domain controller. Web application It is recommended that you use the same user account for server installing BusinessObjects Enterprise and your web application server. and edit table rows. Installing on a machine where the Windows default security settings given to the local Administrators group have been modified. plus rights to read.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview User permissions for installing BusinessObjects Enterprise To successfully install BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Minimum user rights for deploying web applications To deploy web applications using a user account different from the one used to install the web application server. you must ensure that the BusinessObjects Enterprise user account has the privileges listed in the following table. the user running the setup program must have the permissions listed in the table below: Category Required permissions Operating Sys. 18 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Rights to add and drop tables to/from database.all specified ports must be available. tem Network Database Access to all machines via TCP/IP .Administrative privileges on the local machine.0 on Windows.

create. and modify files in the $as_dir\server\$as_instance\deploy directory rights to read. create. create. and modify files in $as_dir\$as_sid\$as_instance\j2ee\deploy ing SAP Web Application Server • • Tomcat rights to read and modify files in $as_dir\$as_sid\$as_instance\j2ee • • • • • • rights to read.sar\jsflibs directory • • Oracle rights to read. create. create. and modify files in $as_dir\server\$as_instance\lib rights to read. create. and modify files in $as_dir\opmn\conf • • • rights to read and modify files in $as_dir\j2ee\home\ rights to read and modify files in $as_dir\opmn\lib rights to read. create.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 19 .Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview 2 Web application server JBoss Minimum required permissions • • rights to read. and modify files in $as_dir\bin rights to remove the $as_dir\server\${as_in stance}\deploy\jbossweb-tomcat55. and modify files in $as_dir\bin rights to read.exe rights to modify service startup parameters in the registry BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and modify files in $as_dir\shared\lib right to create and modify files under $ad_sir\we bapps and its subdirectories rights to create and modify files under $as_dir\conf and its subdirectories rights to call $as_dir\bin\tomcat55.

bat Right to read $as_dir\bin\securityProcs.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . and execute files under $as_dir\profiles Installing on a non-system drive You can install BusinessObjects Enterprise on any drive on your machine.jacl Right to read and execute files under $as_dir\plu gins Right to read and execute files under $as_dir\java Right to read and execute files under $as_dir\de ploytool Right to read.jacl Right to read $as_dir\bin\LTPA_LDAPSecuri tyProcs. The installation program targets the folder or directory that you specify. 20 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview Web application server WebLogic Minimum required permissions • • • right to read files under $WL_HOME\server\lib right to read and write files under $as_dir\bin\ right to read and execute files under $WL_HOME\jdk150_06\ (or your WebLogic JDK directory) right to read files under $WL_HOME \wlserver_10. write.bat Right to read and execute $as_dir\bin\GenPlug inCfg.0\common\bin • • right to read and execute files under $WL_HOME \modules\ Note: WL_HOME is the weblogic installation dir and not as_dir -. and execute files under $as_dir\properties Right to read. write.which is the domain root WebSphere • • • • • • • • • Right to read and execute $as_dir\bin\wsad min.

the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. If you previously installed another Business Objects product of the same version. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. To install several Business Objects products on a non-system drive. Note: If the previously installed product is the same version as the one you are about to install. If the host machine has more than one network interface card (NIC). you could make the primary NIC routable before installing BusinessObjects Enterprise. For more information on how to reconfigure to bind to routable NICs see the “Managing and Configuring Servers” chapter in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator’s Guide. Servers that run BusinessObjects Enterprise must have a fixed host name.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 21 . you must first install BusinessObjects Enterprise. maintenance mode is evoked. You can use fully qualified domain names to specify the location of the CMS. a period. or a slash.0 Setup program automatically uses the existing common directory to add any shared Business Objects product files. BusinessObjects Enterprise content. security levels. you may have to reconfigure your servers after installation. For more information about the CMS. the CMS may automatically bind to a primary NIC. Setting up server communication • Each BusinessObjects Enterprise machine must be able to communicate over TCP/IP with the machine that runs your Central Management Server (CMS). The data stored by the CMS includes information about users and groups. which other components can access as required.the drive containing your operating system files . If this common directory is on the system drive . The CMS is responsible for maintaining a database of information about your BusinessObjects Enterprise system. Note: Please ensure that the host name you use does not include any • • of the following characters: an underscore. and servers. Alternatively. All Business Objects products that you subsequently install will use the same non-system drive for shared files.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview 2 There is one exception to this rule.BusinessObjects Enterprise automatically installs its shared files there. see the “Managing and Configuring Servers” chapter in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator’s Guide. You must have administrative privileges to set or modify a fixed host name on your system. If the primary NIC is not routable.

If you are deploying more than one CMS. The Central Management Server (CMS) stores data about users and groups. on the same subnet). If your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation is distributed over a wide geographic region.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . place your processing servers close to your database servers (ideally. Desktop Intelligence Report Server. ensure that each server has read and write permissions to the folder used to store data. ensure each machine 22 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. which is installed as part of the Web Tier Components. you will need to install it. use server groups to create groups of nearby servers to process reports. you will need additional configuration details. If you are installing BusinessObjects Enterprise in a firewall environment. To optimize data retrieval and minimize network traffic. The CMS can also maintain a separate audit database of information about user actions. Consult your database documentation to determine the settings required for a Unicode configuration. See the “Working with Firewalls” section of the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator’s Guide. If you are clustering multiple file repository servers on separate machines. the web application server must be able to communicate with all BusinessObjects Enterprise machines. To optimize CMS performance. you should also consider where you will place your deployment’s servers. This communication is enabled by the BusinessObjects Enterprise Software Development Kit (SDK). Web Intelligence Report Server. and Report Application Server communicate frequently with the database servers containing the data in your published reports. Connection Server. Your Crystal Reports Page Server. security levels. published objects. place your CMS on the same LAN as the database servers that host your CMS database and the BusinessObjects Enterprise audit database. If you connect BusinessObjects Enterprise to a web application server.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation overview • • • • Ensure that your database client and server are set up to use Unicode character encoding(such as UTF-8). If you plan to use a Java application server and your existing application server does not include a version of the Java Development Kit (JDK) supported by BusinessObjects Enterprise. Choosing a server location When planning your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. and servers in the CMS database. The CMS can be clustered. Job Servers.

You may want to choose a new installation if: • • • • You have not installed BusinessObjects Enterprise before. Consult the “Managing and Configuring Servers” section of the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide for information on other factors that you may want to consider in planning your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. You want to install all the components on the same machine. New installation Performing a new installation is the easiest way to deploy BusinessObjects Enterprise because all of the required client. consider which of these is your intended scenario: • New installation • Custom installation • Web Tier installation • Client Tools installation • Silent or Scripted installation • Side-by-Side installation • Distributed Deployments For an installation upgrade see the BusinessObjects Enterprise Upgrade Guide. You do not have stringent disk space limitations. Installation Scenarios Before you install BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: After the installation you can easily disable any components you do not require. server. You do not need to specify which particular components to install. and optional components are installed by default onto one machine.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 23 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios 2 that runs a CMS process experiences the same latency to the system database.0.

It is recommended that you run this type of installation only after you are familiar with specific BusinessObjects Enterprise components and their roles. After you install BusinessObjects Enterprise on one machine.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios Related Topics • Performing a new installation on page 48 Custom and Expand installation The Custom or Expand installation scenario allows you to select which components to install. create a CMS cluster.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You may want to perform a Custom and Expand installation if you plan to use BusinessObjects Enterprise in a distributed environment. and distribute the processing workload. For example. and use another to host Crystal Reports server components. in a distributed environment you can install the BusinessObjects Enterprise Desktop Intelligence server components on one machine. You may want to choose a Custom and Expand installation if: 24 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. otherwise you may inadvertently fail to install a required component. You may want to perform a custom installation when you want to exclude some components. or install only a limited set of components. increase available resources. you can run a Custom and Expand installation to add server components. Tip: Consult the “Scaling Your System” section of the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide for information on planning how to best expand your installation to meet the needs of your organization. The Custom and Expand install features consist of: • Client Components • Web Tier Components • Server Components • Database Access • Export Support • Samples • Help Files You may choose to install all or just some of the above components.

which includes Business Process BI Service.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 25 .used to run BusinessObjects XI 3.0 applications including Central Management Console. and Voyager. If you wish to install the web or client components separately from the server components. InfoView. Performance Management. You want to add additional BusinessObjects Enterprise servers. You know exactly what components you require. You have already completed your initial installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise and would like to deploy additional components on another machine. You require fault tolerance. You have an existing web application server and would like to dedicate to work with BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios 2 • • • • • • • • • You are already familiar with the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation program. • BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Services . You want to improve system performance. Related Topics • Performing a Custom or Expand installation on page 64 Web Tier installation The Web Tier installation provides you with all of the components that are used by the web application server to run BusinessObjects web applications. You have resource limitations and need to consider disk space constraints. • Tomcat . These components include the following: • BI Platform Web Components . Your deployment of BusinessObjects Enterprise servers will be distributed over multiple computers. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.a web application server you can install You may want to choose a web tier installation if: • • • If you want to install the web applications separately from the server components. You are already familiar with the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation program.

reporting and analysis solution for business professionals that allows you to access data in your corporate databases directly from your desktop and present and analyze this information in a Desktop Intelligence document. Dynamic Data Connections. Enables you to design relational views of information that provides a wide range of capabilities for creating and modifying Data Connections. Converts Desktop Intelligence XI R2 reports to Web Intelligence XI R2 format and publishes the converted reports to the CMS.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios • You completed your initial installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. Allows you to migrate reports that are based on Crystal queries. Web Intelligence Rich Client Data Source Migration Wizard Business View Manager Report Conversion Tool 26 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Provides business users an easy to use interactive and flexible user interface for building and analyzing reports on corporate data over the web. Data Foundations. Related Topics • Performing a Web Tier installation on page 90 Client Tools installation You can install the BusinessObjects Client Tools by either using a distributed standalone installer or the Custom or Expand installation. Business Elements. and Business Views. The available client tools are listed below: Component Desktop Intelligence Short description An integrated query. on secured intranets and extranets. and InfoViews to a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment. The level of conversion depends on the features in the original report. dictionaries. and you want to configure an additional web application server on a separate machine.

Note: The client applications must be installed on Windows.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 27 . Enables users to add reports to BusinessObjects Enterprise Allows you create custom web services for specific queries using Business Objects Web Services. Some of these tools are used for migration of existing documents from earlier product versions or creating new documents. It supports Universe Designer universes and Web Intelligence documents.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios 2 Component Import Wizard Short description Allows you to import and export content from previous and current versions of BusinessObjects Enterprise. or migrating system data. BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Services SDK: implementation of web services that can be deployed with BusinessObjects Enterprise. Contains the following subfeatures: Publishing Wizard Query as a Web Service Universe Designer Developer Components BusinessObjects Enterprise Java SDK: allows you to build web applications that interface directly with your BusinessObjects Enterprise system. Allows you to create universes for Web Intelligence and Desktop Intelligence users. Install these applications for particular users who are responsible for managing BusinessObjects Enterprise content. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. developing applications. Translation Manager An application that defines the multilingual document and performs translation of documents and prompts. These client tools are not needed by users who access InfoView or the Central Management Console (CMC) administrative web applications.

You do not want to run the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. For example. You need an automated method for performing similar installations on several machines. Related Topics • To perform a client tools installation on page 135 Silent installation You can run a silent installation to install BusinessObjects Enterprise from the command line using a response file containing installation setup parameters. You may want to choose a silent installation if: • • • You are already familiar with the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation program.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . However. such as a hard-drive. Note: The BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Tool Setup program does not generally require a license key to activate the product. you can add the silent BusinessObjects Enterprise installation command to those scripts. 28 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the client applications must be installed on Windows. This method is particularly useful when you need to perform multiple installations or you do not want to interrupt people who are working on machines in your system.0 Setup program. Desktop Intelligence does require that a license key be entered in the CMC after the installation.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios If you install the BusinessObjects Enterprise servers on a UNIX machine. you can connect remotely to BusinessObjects Enterprise with the client tools. if your organization uses scripts to install software on machines. You can also incorporate the silent installation command into your own build scripts. you must first copy the contents from all the CDs to a central location. If your install source files are on multiple CDs. and then run the silent install from the location that contains the content from all the CDs. However. Note: BusinessObjects Enterprise does not support silent installations when the install contents are on multiple CDs.

BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Distributed deployment Once BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. When you perform a side-by-side installation you need to ensure that your BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 is installed and running on one machine. This type of installation allows you to integrate BusinessObjects Enterprise with your existing web application server—without installing the core BusinessObjects Enterprise components on the web application server itself. if you plan to use BusinessObjects Enterprise with an existing web application server that resides on a different machine than where BusinessObjects Enterprise is currently installed. you can add server components. and distribute the processing workload. For example.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation Scenarios 2 Side-by-side installation You can perform a New. increase available resources. you will need to install the client and server components separately from the web tier components. create a CMS cluster.0 Upgrade Guide. • Specifying unique port numbers for the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 installation For more information on migrating content and working with side-by-side installations see the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. or Web Tier installation on machines containing the following: • • BusinessObjects Enterprise XI BusinessObjects Enterprise XI Release 2 This scenario is called a side-by-side installation in which both BusinessObjects Enterprise versions can run simultaneously.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 29 . Custom and Expand.0 installation.0 installation will not clash with your preexisting BusinessObjects Enterprise version by : • Specifying a unique CMS cluster name for the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: You cannot add servers to a CMS cluster used by a different version of BusinessObjects Enterprise.

such as UTF-8. Before you create a distributed deployment it is strongly recommended that you consult the BusinessObjects Enterprise Planning and Deployment Guide for general scalability considerations. The BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. For more information on database requirements. A distributed deployment installation is accomplished by selecting the Custom and Expand installation and choosing the components you wish to install on each machine. Installing MySQL as the system database MySQL database server is an open-source database that provides local data storage. your database must be setup to use Unicode character encoding. How you choose to expand your system depends largely upon your current configuration and your reporting requirements. refer to the “Databases in BusinessObjects Enterprise” section in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Deployment Planning Guide.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The following sections detail required settings and how to test settings for: • DB2 • MySQL • Microsoft SQL • Oracle • Sybase Before installing BusinessObjects Enterprise you should review this information in order to properly prepare your CMS system and auditing database. for sample configurations. Note: Regardless of database type. and for information about CMS clustering. CMS Database requirements and preparation BusinessObjects Enterprise requires a database to store information about the system and its users.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS Database requirements and preparation This type of distributed installation also allows you to scale your deployment of BusinessObjects Enterprise by installing additional servers to meet the demands of your enterprise.0 Setup program can install 30 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

Setting up an empty database for the CMS If you want to use an existing database server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 31 . During the installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. you will be prompted during installation to set up this account. Create or select a user account that provides BusinessObjects Enterprise with the appropriate privileges to your database server. If you plan to use your own database. you should complete the steps listed below before installing BusinessObjects Enterprise.businessobjects. 1. the installation program is used to configure the CMS database using your existing database engine. If you already have MySQL installed.com/documentation/ BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. you need to set up a database account. Verify that you can log on to your database and carry out administrative tasks using this account. The following database servers are supported for the CMS system and audit databases: • • • • • Oracle DB2 Sybase MySQL Microsoft SQL Server (ODBC) Note: Review the online BusinessObjects Enterprise supported platforms document for information related to supported database software and version requirements:http://support. 2. If you choose to install MySQL as part of your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. To setup a database account for BusinessObjects Enterprise To administer the CMS database. you specify what database server you will use and enter the required parameters for authentication. you must create a new database on your database server before you installing BusinessObjects Enterprise.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS Database requirements and preparation 2 and configure MySQL as the database server for a BusinessObjects Enterprise installation.

If you use a database from a previous release. Note: If you have a previous release of BusinessObjects Enterprise you cannot use your database from a previous release for BusinessObjects Enterprise XI Release 3. Consult your specific database server documentation if you are unsure of the procedure for creating a new database. Ensure that your database server is set up to use Unicode character encoding (such as UTF-8). and after you have completed your installation. This will cause new tables to be created in your existing database to store BusinessObjects Enterprise data. you will destroy any existing data. Here is a summary of the steps to prepare your database: • • • Create a new database Create a new user account and password for the database . Related Topics • • • • • DB2 database setup requirements on page 32 Oracle database setup requirements on page 33 Sybase database setup requirements on page 34 Microsoft SQL Server database setup requirements on page 35 MySQL database setup requirements on page 34 DB2 database setup requirements If you are using a DB2 database with your BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment. and delete tables and create procedures so that database can be modified as required. the user account.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS Database requirements and preparation To integrate your existing database with BusinessObjects Enterprise. you can migrate your old content to the new current version's database. Record the name of the database. and the password when you run the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation setup program • During the installation setup.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You must create a new database for this release. there are specific settings you need to select when the database 32 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. you can choose to reinitialize the existing database.to be used by BusinessObjects Enterprise Specify that the new user account has required permissions to create. you need to prepare it. Create a new database instead. modify.

the users and usergroup objects may not sort properly in the Central Management Console (CMC). other than the setting of UTF-8. that are crucial for BusinessObjects Enterprise to work. When you create the database you will use with BusinessObjects Enterprise: • Ensure the CMS database is not partitioned.1. DB2 8. If your DB2 CMS database is partitioned.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 33 . Collating Sequence = “Identity” Codeset = “UTF-8” Territory = “XX” If your DB2 database does not have the correct collating sequence setting.2 through version 9. SQL stored procedures are used in BusinessObjects Enterprise when users are added to groups in the CMS. you will need to prepare it for the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation.1 do not have this requirement.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS Database requirements and preparation 2 is created. Note: The requirement above does not apply to the Audit database. It is not sufficient to modify these settings after the database has been created. Once the database is created. and for determining what version of the C compiler is supported on your platform. You can use a partitioned DB2 database for the Audit database. Replace XX with the code that is appropriate to your code set and codepage for your location. • Create the database with the following specific settings. you require a C compiler that is installed and configured to build SQL stored procedures. you will have problems creating the CMS database. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Consult your DB2 documentation for specifics. Note: If you are using DB2 8. Please consult the DB2 documentation for details on how to configure the C compiler for SQL stored procedures. Related Topics • To prepare your database on page 36 Oracle database setup requirements For an Oracle database there are no specific parameters.

For the CMS to run optimally. Related Topics • To prepare your database on page 36 34 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. you will need to prepare it for the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. the page size must be 8KB. The page size is set up during the database creation and it cannot be changed after the database is set up. ensure the page size is set to 8 KB.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS Database requirements and preparation Once the database is created. Once the database is created. Related Topics • To prepare your database on page 36 MySQL database setup requirements For an existing MySQL database there are no specific parameters that are crucial for BusinessObjects Enterprise to work.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . you will need to prepare it for the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. the installation creates a MySQL database with the default settings for the CMS database and the Audit database. when you create your database for the CMS. Once the database is created. you will need to prepare it for the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. other than the setting of UTF-8. Note: The Sybase database default page size is 2KB which is too small for the CMS system database. If you select the option to install and configure MySQL that is supplied with your installation. Related Topics • To prepare your database on page 36 Sybase database setup requirements If you are using Sybase.

you need to prepare the database server so the CMS can connect to it.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 35 . If you specify that you will you use an existing database. and before you install BusinessObjects Enterprise. you will be asked for details about your database. you will need to prepare it for the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. During your installation. Once the database is created. setup the database client. you will be asked whether you want to install MySQL or use an existing database.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Preparing your existing database server 2 Microsoft SQL Server database setup requirements For an Microsoft SQL Server database there are no specific parameters. other than the setting of UTF-8 that are crucial for BusinessObjects Enterprise to work. Database type Information required at install time • • • • Database: MySQL database name Server: MySQL server name Port: default port is 3306 Login credentials used to access database MySQL BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Related Topics • To prepare your database on page 36 Preparing your existing database server After you have created your database. The table below summarizes the information required for configuring your existing database during the installation setup.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . If you are using an existing database ensure the following are set up before you begin your installation: Database type MySQL Sybase DB2 Oracle Microsoft SQL Server Ensure that the following has been configured MySQL server name Sybase server name DB2 alias tnsname name ODBC DSN 36 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. • • Server: DB2 database alias Login credentials used to access database Server: tnsnames connect identifier Login credentials used to access database ODBC DSN DB2 Oracle • • Microsoft SQL Server • To prepare your database 1.2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Preparing your existing database server Database type Information required at install time • • Server: Sybase Server Name Login credentials used to access database Sybase Note: The Sybase server name is a combination of the host name and the port number which is set by your database administrator in the file sql.ini.

If using Tomcat for example. consult your database server documentation or your database administrator. For information on how to create a new database. Ensure that the new account has permission to create. Create a new user account and assign it a secure password.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 37 . your web application server should have at least 1.2 GB of free disk space. To deploy and run the CMC and InfoView applications. in addition to any other requirements specified by other software installed on the machine. Consult your web application server documentation for installation instructions. It is recommended that you change the heapsize and maximum perm size settings of your JVM to -Xmx1024m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m. Create a new. your modified settings would look like: JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Xmx1024m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m" Consult your JVM documentation for more information about changing your Java memory settings. modify. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 3. empty database on your database server. you must have permissions to perform the necessary operations. 4. Related Topics • • • • • DB2 database setup requirements on page 32 Oracle database setup requirements on page 33 Sybase database setup requirements on page 34 Microsoft SQL Server database setup requirements on page 35 MySQL database setup requirements on page 34 Before you deploy web applications Your web application server must be installed and working before you attempt to install BusinessObjects Enterprise.Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Before you deploy web applications 2 2. Note: If you are not the owner of the database. delete tables and create procedures so that BusinessObjects Enterprise can modify the database as required.

2 Preparing to Install BusinessObjects Enterprise Before you deploy web applications Before you begin the deployment process. 38 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. ensure that the web application server is correctly installed and verify that the application server is running correctly by launching its administrative console at: • http://<WAS_HOSTNAME>:<PORT> Replace <WAS_HOSTNAME> with the host name or IP address of your web application server. and <PORT> with the port number used for HTTP. Consult your web application server documentation for installation instructions.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

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has the server already been installed and configured? If you are installing on VMWare.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . or a slash? Have you sourced your database client so that all the required environment variables are set up properly? • • • • • • • • • • • 40 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. have you created a user ID and password with access to your existing database (if you are integrating your existing database server software). have you made sure you can log onto the database with your logon ID and password? Have you decided what web application server to use? If you plan to use your existing database. have you ensured that your existing web application server has the required JDK installed? If using an existing web application server. have you created a database for the CMS? If you are using your own database server and plan to use auditing. have you ensured your machine name does not include any of the following characters: an underscore. has the database client software been properly configured? If you are not going to install Tomcat. a period. please review the checklist below. have you created an auditing database? If you are using your own database server.0. so that the installation can access your database to configure the CMS database? If you are using your own database server.3 Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Installation checklist Installation checklist Prior to installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. • • Have you ensured that all machines running BusinessObjects Enterprise components can communicate properly? Have you tested the database connection between the machine hosting your CMS database and the machine on which the Central Management Server will be installed? Have you decided which database to use with BusinessObjects Enterprise? If you are using your own database server.

have you verified that your database was created with the correct settings? (Some settings can't be modified after the database has been created.0 installation on Windows. and sample reports are published to the system.0. You must accept the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Default user and group accounts are created. In this stage you will do the following: • • • • • • Choose the language for the installation setup Agree to the license terms Enter the product key codes Select where to install BusinessObjects Enterprise Select which language packs to install Select an installation type When you perform the following installation setup.Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Beginning your installation 3 • If you are using DB2 or Sybase.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 41 .) Beginning your installation The following instructions lead you through the initial steps of setting up your BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. To accept the license agreement Use the "License Agreement" screen to review and accept the license agreement for BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. all the components associated with your product key are installed on the local machine.

Entering user information and a product keycode Use the "User Information" screen to enter user information and provide a keycode for your BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 product. The "User Information" screen is displayed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Review the License Agreement.3 Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Beginning your installation agreement to continue with the installation setup. 1. 42 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 2. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next.

The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 43 . The language packs currently available for installation include: • French • Japanese • German • Spanish • Italian BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Select the Language Packs you want to install. This information personalizes your installation and is recorded in the registry. Enter a valid code in the Product Keycode field and click Next. 1. Provide your user credentials in the Full Name and Organization fields. 2.Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Beginning your installation 3 1. To install Language Packs You can choose to install specific or all available language packs when running the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation setup.

3 Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Beginning your installation • • • • • • Chinese Simplified Chinese Traditional Korean Dutch Swedish Portuguese (Brazil) Note: English is a required language and cannot be deselected. Related Topics • Installing language packs on Windows systems on page 127 To select an installation type The "Install Type" screen is used to select an installation method and to specify an installation directory. Click Next. 2. 44 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "Install Type" screen is displayed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You can also add language packs after installing BusinessObjects Enterprise.

the Destination Folder field is disabled and path to the existing BusinessObjects folder is displayed. 2.Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Beginning your installation 3 1. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. If you have BusinessObjects products installed on your machine. • Custom or Expand Install This option enables experienced users to pick and choose which BusinessObjects Enterprise client and server components to install. Select one of the following installation type options: • New This option installs all the required BusinessObjects Enterprise server and client components. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Specify where to install the BusinessObjects Enterprise components in the Destination Folder field. • Web Tier This option only installs the Web application server components. 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 45 .

either the "Server Components Configuration" or "Select Features" screen is displayed. Related Topics • • • • • Installing on a non-system drive on page 20 Distributed deployment on page 29 Performing a Web Tier installation on page 90 Performing a Custom or Expand installation on page 64 To perform a new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation on page 48 46 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.3 Beginning the Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Beginning your installation Depending on your installation type selection.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

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1.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You can choose to either install and configure Tomcat or configure your existing Java application server. The setup of a new installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Configuring up the system database. Providing information on the Server Intelligence Agent (SIA). 4. Configuring the Java application server. 2. You can choose to either install and configure MySQL or configure your existing database.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation Performing a new installation Performing a new installation is the simplest way to deploy BusinessObjects Enterprise because all the required and optional components are by default installed on one machine.0 requires the following inputs. 3. Related Topics • • To perform a new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation on page 48 Beginning your installation on page 41 To perform a new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation The "Install Type" screen is displayed once you complete the initial set up of the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. Providing information on the system administrator for the new installation. 48 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

Specify where to install the BusinessObjects Enterprise components in the Destination Folder field. Choose New in the "Install Type" screen.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 49 . 3. Depending on your selection. 5. Related Topics • • To select an installation type on page 44 Beginning your installation on page 41 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. • Use an existing database server if you want to user your current database server. Select the Enable servers upon installation box if you want to automatically launch the BusinessObjects Enterprise once the installation process is finished.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 1. you will configure the database server in subsequent screens. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Select one of the following options: • Install MySQL Database Server if you do not have a system database server. The Server Components Configuration screen is displayed. 2. 4.

Tip: You can opt to skip this step .select the Configure the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator password at a later time box.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation To enter information on your new CMS The "Server Components Configuration" screen is used to specify the port number and an administrator password for the new Central Management Server (CMS). The Central Management Server's (CMS) role is to communicate with the other Enterprise servers and services and manage the system and audit databases.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 3. Specify a password for the CMS administrator account in the Password and Confirm password fields. 1. 50 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The default CMS port number is 6400. The CMS will communicate with other BusinessObjects Enterprise servers through the specified port. 2. Specify a port number in the CMS port field. Click Next to continue with the installation setup.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 51 . 3. This port will be used by the SIA to communicate with the Central Management Server (CMS). For more information on Server Intelligence and the Server Intelligence Agent. Note: If the port you specified in step 1 is unavailable.0. you will be requested to specify another port number.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Specify a port number for the SIA in the Port field. To specify Server Intelligence Agent information The Server Intelligence Agent (SIA) is automatically created during installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is used to name and designate a port address for the SIA for the current installation. refer to the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide. 1. 2. Provide a name to identify the SIA node in the Node Name field. Click Next to continue with the installation setup.

Use this number unless this port is unavailable. the port number will be validated before you can proceed to configure the CMS database for your installation. A warning will display if the port you specified is not available. 1.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation Once the SIA information is entered. Specify the port number for the MySQL database server in the MySQL Port Number field.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The default port number is 3306. Related Topics • • To configure your MySQL database server on page 75 To configure an existing database server on page 76 CMS database configuration To configure your MySQL database server The "MySQL Database Server Configuration" screen appears if you chose to install MySQL as part of the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. 52 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

Provide all the required information for the database in the fields provided in the CMS Database pane. Depending on your database server selection. The "Select Web Application Server" screen is displayed. Specify and confirm a password for the MySQL BusinessObjects user account in the MySQL BusinessObjects User Account pane and click Next. 3. Related Topics • • To perform a new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation on page 48 To select a web application server configuration option on page 93 To configure an existing database server The "CMS Database Information" screen appears if you chose to use an existing database server as your CMS for the new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. 1. corresponding input fields are displayed in the CMS Database pane. Select a database type from the Select existing CMS database drop-down list in the CMS Database pane.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 53 . Specify and confirm a password for the MySQL root user account in the MySQL root User Account pane.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 2. 2. Use this screen to configure the database server. 4. Select the Enable remote root access box to activate remote root access to the database server. The table below summarizes all the information required for each database type: Database type Information required at install time • MySQL • • • Database: MySQL database name Server: MySQL server name Port: default port is 3306 Login credentials used to access database BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

click the Browse button in the CMS Database pane. To provide an ODBC DSN for a Microsoft SQL Server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . • • Server: DB2 database alias Login credentials used to access database Server: tnsnames connect identifier Login credentials used to access database ODBC DSN DB2 • Oracle • Microsoft SQL Server • a.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation Database type Information required at install time • • Server: Sybase Server Name Login credentials used to access database Sybase Note: The Sybase server name is a combination of the host name and the port number which is set by your database administrator in the file sql. 54 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.ini.

Select a database type from the Select existing Auditing database drop-down list in the Auditing Database pane. and to provide user credentials. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is closed and an ODBC DSN entry is displayed in the CMS Database pane.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. If you do not want to specify an auditing database for your new installation skip to step 6. Use the "SQL Server Logon" screen to select a data source.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 55 . Select the Auditing Database box to specify an auditing database for your new installation. The input fields under the Auditing Database box are activated. Depending on your database server selection. c. database. 6. Provide all the required information for the database in the fields provided in the Auditing Database pane. 4. corresponding input fields are displayed in the Auditing Database pane. Select the Reset existing database box to delete all current tables and entries in the existing database. Click OK to submit your settings. 3. b. 5.

the Central Management Console or your custom applications. 56 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . you need to provide information on the web application server that will work with your BusinessObjects applications such as InfoView. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Use the "Select Web Application Server" screen to either install Tomcat as your application server. Related Topics • To select a web application server configuration option on page 93 To select a web application server configuration option As part of the installation setup. The "Select Web Application Server" screen is displayed. or to work with your existing web application server. To configure your web application server for BusinessObjects Enterprise you will need account information along with port information. This screen only displays if a connection is established with the database configuration you provided.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 7.

To configure your Tomcat application server The "Configure Tomcat" screen displays during installation setup if you choose to install Tomcat as the Web application server for your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. or start the installation process.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 1. To use your current Web application server you can: • Specify your server from the drop-down list provided. • Choose to manually configure your server at a later time 3. If you select this option you will have to manually deploy the web applications. Tip: You can configure the server during the current installation setup.0 or JBoss 4. Use this screen to configure Tomcat and the Java SDK. Click Next. you can now proceed to either configure your web application server. You will need to provide access information for this server in a subsequent screen. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: Select Other if your existing web application server is SAP Application Server 7.04.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 57 . Depending on your selection. Select one of the following options: • Use a pre-installed Web Application Server • Install Tomcat application server 2.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. To properly install web components on your web application server. To continue you will have to specify unused and valid port numbers. 1. and Redirect port. a warning message is displayed. To configure your existing Web application server The "Configure Web Application Server" screen displays during installation setup after you specify an existing server in the "Select Web Application Server" screen. Specify the required configuration information for your existing web application server. 58 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 1. Shutdown port. Accept the default values or specify new port numbers for Connection port. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Note: If the port numbers you specified are in use. you must provide specific configuration information about your existing web application server. 2.

mandatory for Weblogic.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 The table below summarizes the information required for each supported web application server. Apache Tomcat 5. Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server . Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\wdeploy\appserver\Tom cat5520). Note: For WebLogic the directory is the domain root. Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ mserver1”). Port: Administration port of the application server .5 • • • WebLogic 10 • • • • • BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Username: User name with administration rights to the application server . Service Name: Name of the Windows service if the application server will be installed as a windows service (for example “Tomcat5”). Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\bea\weblogic10\us er_projects\domains\base_domain).mandatory for Weblogic (for example “7001”).mandatory for Weblogic.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 59 . Web application server Information required for installation setup Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “localhost”).

4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation Web application server WebLogic 9 Information required for installation setup • • • Port: Administration port of the application server .mandatory for Weblogic. Username: User name with administration rights to the WebSphere application server. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer). Username: User name with administration rights to the application server .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .mandatory for Weblogic (for example “7001”). Note: For WebLogic the directory is the domain root. Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ server1”). • • • • • Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server. Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ mserver1”). Admin is Secure: Select this option to enable security requiring administrative access credentials to the application. 60 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\bea\user_projects\do mains\base_domain). • • WebSphere 6. Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server . Virtual Host: The virtual host to which the application must be bound.1 • • Port: The SOAP Connector Port of the application server (for example “8880”).mandatory for Weblogic. Note: If Admin is Secure is not selected you do not need to specify a username or a password.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 61 .xml file. Admin is Secure: Select this option only if you want Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) as part of the deployment. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next to continue with the installation setup.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3 (for example “6003”) . Group Id: Name of the server group to which the target application belongs (for example "Default_group").mandatory for Oracle 10g R3. 2.com”). • • • • • .mandatory for Oracle 10g R3.3\Ora cleAS_1). Username: User name with administration rights to the application server .domain. Remember your credentials for the web application server as they may be required to install BusinessObjects add-ons such as ProcessTracker or additional language packs. you will still have to specify the username and password to access the server. Note: If Admin is Secure is not selected.New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation 4 Web application server Oracle Application Server 10g R3 Information required for installation setup • Port: Administration port of the application server . • Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\product\10. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server . Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ myserver.This should be the Request port of the <notifi-cation-server> element in the opmn.1.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Related Topics • Silent installation on page 28 62 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. this is the point at which you can Cancel the installation process to have the . This . Note: If you are running the setup.ini file written with all the installation parameter information.exe program from the command line. • Click the Next button to start the installation process. and have the -w [filename] parameter switch enabled.ini file can then be used in silent and scripted installations.4 New Installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise Performing a new installation To start the installation The" Start Installation" screen is the final screen in the installation setup.

Custom or Expand Installations 5 .

Click the icon for a feature you want to select or deselect. It is recommended that you run this type of installation only when you are familiar with specific BusinessObjects Enterprise components and their roles. You can do any of the following: • Specify that the selected feature will be installed on the local hard drive. • Specify that the selected feature and its subfeatures will be installed on the local hard drive. You may want to perform a Custom or Expand installation when you want to exclude some components. 64 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 1. The tree contains the following top-level features: • • • • • • • Client Components Web Tier Components Server Components Database Access Export Support Samples Help Files The following sections outline the features available for a Custom or Expand installation. To select or deselect features Use the "Select Features" screen to select and deselect BusinessObjects components when running a Custom and Expand installation. or install only a limited set of components. otherwise you may inadvertently fail to install a required component.5 Custom or Expand Installations Performing a Custom or Expand installation Performing a Custom or Expand installation The Custom or Expand installation type allows you to install specific features and check the amount of disk space required by each feature.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . All the available features are listed in the feature tree under the BusinessObjects Enterprises node. Each feature and subfeature has a corresponding icon. You can select or deselect features for your installation through a feature tree. • Specify that a selected feature and its subfeatures will not be installed.

0 client components are available for installation: Component Desktop Intelligence Short description An integrated query. a. Drives that do not have enough disk space for the currently selected features are highlighted. The feature and all its subfeatures will be installed on the local hard drive you specified earlier . Provides business users an easy to use interactive and flexible user interface for building and analyzing reports on corporate data over the web. 2. reporting and analysis solution for business professionals that allows you to access data in your corporate databases directly from your desktop and present and analyze this information in a Desktop Intelligence document. Click OK to close to return to the "Select Features" screen. on secured intranets and extranets. Click Reset to revert to the original configuration of the feature list. A separate screen is displayed indicating storage space available on the local machine and mapped network drives. b. The feature or subfeature is either unavailable or will not be installed.Custom or Expand Installations Performing a Custom or Expand installation 5 Icon associated Meaning with feature The feature and only the subfeatures you select will be installed on the local hard drive you specified in the Setup program.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 65 . BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Components The following BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Web Intelligence Rich Client BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Disk Cost to calculate if sufficient disk space is available for your selected features. Click Next.

and InfoViews to a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment. The level of conversion depends on the features in the original report. Contains the following subfeatures: Business View Manager Report Conversion Tool Import Wizard Publishing Wizard Query as a Web Service Universe Designer Developer Components BusinessObjects Enterprise Java SDK: allows you to build web applications that interface directly with your BusinessObjects Enterprise system. Enables users to add reports to BusinessObjects Enterprise Allows you create custom web services for specific queries using Business Objects Web Services. BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Services SDK: implementation of web services that can be deployed with BusinessObjects Enterprise. and Business Views. Converts Desktop Intelligence XI R2 reports to Web Intelligence XI R2 format and publishes the converted reports to the CMS. Enables you to design relational views of information that provides a wide range of capabilities for creating and modifying Data Connections. Dynamic Data Connections. Data Foundations.5 Custom or Expand Installations Performing a Custom or Expand installation Component Data Source Migration Wizard Short description Allows you to migrate reports that are based on Crystal queries. 66 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Allows you to create universes for Web Intelligence and Desktop Intelligence users. Allows you to import and export content from previous and current versions of BusinessObjects Enterprise. Business Elements. dictionaries.

BusinessObjects Enter. For further explanation of what these servers do. you can choose to install Apache Tomcat 5.5. Tomcat If you do not have an existing web application server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 67 . BusinessObjects Server Components The following BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Infoview.Custom or Expand Installations Performing a Custom or Expand installation 5 Component Translation Manager Short description An application that defines the multilingual document and performs translation of documents and prompts. It supports Universe Designer universes and Web Intelligence documents. and Voyager. This web service implementation provides an API/WSDL which simplifies the process of developing applications.0 applications including Central Management Console. To further ease implementation. It is composed of an implementation of web services that can be deployed with BusinessObjects Enterprise.Includes all components used to run BusinessObjects ponents XI 3.0: Component Short description BI Platform Web Com. BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Tier Components The following Web Tier components are available when installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Performance Management.A component of Business Objects Enterprise built for prise Web Services developers. please consult the “BusinessObjects BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the Web Services consumer API is provided for both Java and .NET with a full set of documentation and samples.0 Server Components can be installed by running a Custom or Expand installation.

stop. • Central Configuration Manager This is the application that can be used to start and stop services such as Apache Tomcat supplied with the installation as well as the Server Intelligence Agent.0 Administrator's Guide. • Mapping Support Installs the necessary components for building interactive geographic maps in Crystal Reports.5 Custom or Expand Installations Performing a Custom or Expand installation Enterprise Architecture” chapter of the BusinessObjects Enterprise 3. and to update objects after a migration. • Enterprise Servers • Central Management Server • MySQL Database Server • Auditor • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Event Server Input File Repository Server Output File Repository Server Crystal Reports Cache Server Crystal Reports Processing Server Publication Job Server Web Intelligence Processing Server Desktop Intelligence Servers Adaptive Processing Server Crystal Reports Job Server Program Job Server Destination Job Server List of Values Job Server Desktop Intelligence Job Server Adaptive Job Server Report Application Server Multi Dimensional Analysis Services Server Performance Management Servers 68 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. enable and force termination of the Enterprise servers.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . When you select the Manage Servers icon on the toolbar you may also start. This tool is also used after installation to change which data source is used for either the CMS or the auditing database. restart. disable.

Custom or Expand Installations Performing a Custom or Expand installation 5 Database Access The Database access feature installs the necessary drivers and files to provide access to the following data sources: • • • • • • • • Data Federator HP Neoview MySQL Generic ODBC Salesforce. • • • • • • • • • • Character Separated Format (CSV) Disk File Destination Rich Text Format (RTF) Word for Windows Format Acrobat PDF Format Text Format Excel Format Crystal Reports Format XML Format Legacy XML Format BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 69 .com Driver Netezza Microsoft IBM • IBM DB2 • Informix (includes Redbrick) Progress OpenEdge Oracle Sybase NCR Teradata • • • • Export Support The Export Support feature provides drivers and files to enable export to a variety of industry standard file formats.

businessobjects. These guides can be accessed after installation from Start > BusinessObjects XI 3. 3. if you install the Publishing Wizard or the Import Wizard you will get the appropriate . Note: The specific help related to an individual component is bundled with the component.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise > Documentation. a BIAR file that includes Web Intelligence reports as well as the Universe for those sample reports.chm help. Choose Custom or Expand in the "Install Type" screen. Specify where to install the BusinessObjects Enterprise components in the Destination Folder field. To perform a custom or expand installation The "Install Type" screen is displayed once you complete the initial set up of the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Note: Only English samples will be installed. These reports are found in the Report Samples folder. Samples in other languages can be downloaded from http://support. 2. Help Files Select the Help files feature to install the HTML help for the products you are installing including as well as the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide and the BusinessObjects Enterprise InfoView User's Guide.com/. Included are sample reports for Crystal Reports. Click Next. 1. For example. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. Related Topics • To select an installation type on page 44 70 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation Samples Select the Samples feature to include sample reports in your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation.

5. The Client Components icon will display as .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 71 . Do you wish to continue? 6. Left-click on the Client Components icon. Click Next to start the installation. When you perform this installation. and the sample reports are published to the system. 2. the default user and group accounts are created.Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 • • • To select or deselect features on page 64 To only install the Server Components on page 71 Beginning your installation on page 41 To only install the Client Components Use the procedure below when running a Custom or Expand installation to only install the BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Components. . Click Yes. the servers are started as services on the local machine. Select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. 4. the server components are installed. 1. All the icons under BusinessObjects Enterprise will change to 3. 1. The installation setup program displays the following error message: You are installing one or more features without any Database Access drivers. Left-click on the icon beside BusinessObjects Enterprise in the "Select Features" screen. To only install the Server Components Use the procedure below to only install the BusinessObjects Enterprise Server Components. Select Entire feature will be unavailable. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. Without these. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. 7. Left-click on the icon beside Client Components in the "Select Features" screen and select Entire feature will be unavailable. When the installation is complete. installed features may not function properly. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

If this installation is the first CMS in your deployment..0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .if this server installation is not the first CMS in your deployment. select Yes. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. a. If you chose not to install MySQL you need to specify whether or not this is your first CMS cluster. If you chose to install MySQL you need specify information on your new CMS. Related Topics • To specify CMS clustering information on page 72 To specify CMS clustering information If you chose not to install MySQL. Do not install MySQL if you want to add server components to an existing CMS cluster. Left-click on the icon beside Web Tier Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Left-click on the icon beside Auditor and select Entire Feature will be unavailable. Specify a port number for your new CMS installation. 3. b. 1. 2. • In the fields provided enter information on the CMS port and the password used by the CMS administrator. 4. Select If no. and are installing server components through a Custom or Expand installation. enter the information for the new CMS. a. Expand Central Management Server.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation The Client Components icon changes to 2. • Select the Configure the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator password at a later time box. Left-click on the icon beside MySQL and select Entire Feature will be unavailable. you need to provide information in the "CMS Clustering" screen. 72 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. You can now do one of the following. If you want to install MySQL skip to step 4. c. Expand Server Components if you do not want to install MySQL as your database server Note: Do not install MySQL if you want to use an existing database server.

The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. Specify a port number in the CMS port field. 1. The Central Management Server's (CMS) role is to communicate with the other Enterprise servers and services and manage the system and audit databases. and password for the cluster to which you want to add the CMS of your installation. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. port number.Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 b. 3. Provide the CMS hostname. the installation setup program will test connectivity to your existing CMS cluster based on the information you provided. Related Topics • To specify Server Intelligence Agent information on page 74 To enter information on your new CMS The "Server Components Configuration" screen is used to specify the port number and an administrator password for the new Central Management Server (CMS). Before proceeding to the next screen.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 73 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

74 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. refer to the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide.0.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation The default CMS port number is 6400.select the Configure the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator password at a later time box. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is used to name and designate a port address for the SIA for the current installation. To specify Server Intelligence Agent information The Server Intelligence Agent (SIA) is automatically created during installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The CMS will communicate with other BusinessObjects Enterprise servers through the specified port. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. you will be requested to specify another port number. Tip: You can opt to skip this step . For more information on Server Intelligence and the Server Intelligence Agent. 2. Specify a password for the CMS administrator account in the Password and Confirm password fields. 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Note: If the port you specified in step 1 is unavailable. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed.

3. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. the port number will be validated before you can proceed to configure the CMS database for your installation.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 75 .Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 1. Related Topics • • To configure your MySQL database server on page 75 To configure an existing database server on page 76 To configure your MySQL database server The "MySQL Database Server Configuration" screen appears if you chose to install MySQL as the database server for your Custom or Expand installation. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 2. Specify a port number for the SIA in the Port field. This port will be used by the SIA to communicate with the Central Management Server (CMS). Once the SIA information is entered. Provide a name to identify the SIA node in the Node Name field. A warning will display if the port you specified is not available.

Specify and confirm a password for the MySQL BusinessObjects user account in the MySQL BusinessObjects User Account pane. Select the Enable remote root access box to activate remote root access to the database server. Specify and confirm a password for the MySQL root user account in the MySQL root User Account pane. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 1. Use this number unless this port is unavailable. 4. To configure an existing database server The "CMS Database Information" screen appears if you chose to use an existing database server as your CMS for your Custom or Expand installation. Click Next to continue the installation setup. Specify the port number for the MySQL database server in the MySQL Port Number field. The default port number is 3306. 3. 76 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 5.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 2.

The table below summarizes all the information required for each database type. Depending on your database server selection. click the Browse button in "CMS Database". Database type SQL Server Sybase DB2 Oracle Microsoft SQL Server Information required for installation setup Data Source Name Sybase Server Name DB2 database alias tnsnames connect identifier ODBC DSN a. 2. To provide an ODBC DSN for a Microsoft SQL Server. Provide all the required information for the database in the fields provided in "CMS Database".0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 77 .Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 1. Select a database type from the Select existing CMS database drop-down list in "CMS Database". The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. corresponding input fields are displayed in "CMS Database".

b. Use the "SQL Server Logon" screen to select a data source. Select a database type from the Select existing Auditing database drop-down list in "Auditing Database" Depending on your database server selection. c.Consume DSN created under WOW64 is displayed. The input fields under the Auditing Database box are activated. Provide all the required information for the database in the fields provided in "Auditing Database". 3. 4. If you do not want to specify an auditing database for your new installation skip to step 6. 78 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Select the Auditing Database box to specify an auditing database for your new installation.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation Note: If you are running the installation on a Windows 64-bit machine an additional check box .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . corresponding input fields are displayed in "Auditing Database". database. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is closed and an ODBC DSN entry is displayed in"CMS Database". Click OK to submit your settings. and to provide user credentials. 5.

Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Select the Reset existing database box to delete all current tables and entries in the existing database.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 79 . To start the installation The" Start Installation" screen is the final screen in the installation setup. 7. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. This screen only displays if a connection is established with the database configuration you provided.Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 The table below summarizes all the information required for each database type. Database type SQL Server Sybase DB2 Oracle Microsoft SQL Server Information required for installation setup Data Source Name Sybase Server Name DB2 database alias tnsnames connect identifier ODBC DSN 6. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed.

this is the point at which you can Cancel the installation process to have the . Select Entire feature will be unavailable. This . 1. and have the -w [filename] parameter switch enabled.exe program from the command line. Left-click on the icon beside BusinessObjects Enterprise in the "Select Features" screen.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .ini file can then be used in silent and scripted installations. All the icons under BusinessObjects Enterprise will change to . Related Topics • Silent installation on page 28 To only install the Web Tier Components Use the procedure below when running a Custom or Expand installation type to only install the BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Tier Components. Note: If you are running the setup. 80 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.ini file written with all the installation parameter information. 2.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation • Click the Next button to start the installation process.

Click Next to continue with the installation setup. or to work with your existing web application server. you need to specify an existing CMS. To specify CMS cluster information When you only install Web Tier components as part of a custom or expand installation. Use the "Select Web Application Server" screen to either install Tomcat as your application server. The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. b.Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 3. Select Entire Feature will be unavailable. 4. 5. the Central Management Console or your custom applications. Left-click on the Web Tier Components icon. Left-click on the icon beside Tomcat. 1. To select a web application server configuration option As part of the installation setup. you need to provide information on the web application server that will work with your BusinessObjects applications such as InfoView. 6. If you want to install Apache Tomcat as your web application server skip to step 6. The Web Tier Components icon will display as . Enter information on your existing CMS in the fields provided. Expand Web Tier components if you want to use your existing web application server. a. The installation setup program will attempt to communicate with your existing CMS cluster using the information you provided. Click Next to continue. • Existing CMS Hostname • Existing CMS Port • CMS Administrator Password Note: The CMS Hostname defaults to your local computer name.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 81 . Select Will be installed on local hard drive. 2. You now need to configure your web application server. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Use the "CMS Clustering" screen to provide information on CMS to which you want to cluster your web tier components.

04. You will need to provide access information for this server in a subsequent screen. 82 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. or start the installation process. To use your current Web application server you can: • Specify your server from the drop-down list provided. Tip: You can configure the server during the current installation setup. Select one of the following options: • Use a pre-installed Web Application Server • Install Tomcat application server 2.5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation To configure your web application server for BusinessObjects Enterprise you will need account information along with port information. Note: Select Other if your existing web application server is SAP Application Server 7. Click Next.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . If you select this option you will have to manually deploy the web applications. Depending on your selection.0 or JBoss 4. 1. • Choose to manually configure your server at a later time 3. you can now proceed to either configure your web application server.

and Redirect port.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 83 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. To continue you will have to specify unused and valid port numbers. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Accept the default values or specify new port numbers for Connection port. To configure your existing Web application server The "Configure Web Application Server" screen displays during installation setup after you specify an existing server in the "Select Web Application Server" screen. Use this screen to configure Tomcat and the Java SDK. Note: If the port numbers you specified are in use. Shutdown port.Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 To configure your Tomcat application server The "Configure Tomcat" screen displays during installation setup if you choose to install Tomcat as the Web application server for your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. a warning message is displayed. you must provide specific configuration information about your existing web application server. 2. 1. To properly install web components on your web application server.

The table below summarizes the information required for each supported web application server. Apache Tomcat 5. Specify the required configuration information for your existing web application server. Service Name: Name of the Windows service if the application server will be installed as a windows service (for example “Tomcat5”).mandatory for Weblogic (for example “7001”). Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\bea\weblogic10\us er_projects\domains\base_domain). Username: User name with administration rights to the application server . Port: Administration port of the application server .5 • • • WebLogic 10 • • • • • 84 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.mandatory for Weblogic. Note: For WebLogic the directory is the domain root. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\wdeploy\appserver\Tom cat5520). Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ mserver1”). Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Web application server Information required for installation setup Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “localhost”).5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 1.mandatory for Weblogic.

Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server . Admin is Secure: Select this option to enable security requiring administrative access credentials to the application. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer). Virtual Host: The virtual host to which the application must be bound.mandatory for Weblogic.mandatory for Weblogic. Username: User name with administration rights to the application server .Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 Web application server WebLogic 9 Information required for installation setup • • • Port: Administration port of the application server . Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\bea\user_projects\do mains\base_domain). Note: For WebLogic the directory is the domain root.mandatory for Weblogic (for example “7001”).1 • • Port: The SOAP Connector Port of the application server (for example “8880”).0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 85 . Note: If Admin is Secure is not selected you do not need to specify a username or a password. Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ server1”). • • • • • Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server. Username: User name with administration rights to the WebSphere application server. Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ mserver1”). • • WebSphere 6.

3\Ora cleAS_1). you will still have to specify the username and password to access the server.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3. Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server .domain.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3. 86 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.xml file. Username: User name with administration rights to the application server . • • • • • . Note: If Admin is Secure is not selected.1. 2. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. Admin is Secure: Select this option only if you want Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) as part of the deployment.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3 (for example “6003”) .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .This should be the Request port of the <notifi-cation-server> element in the opmn. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ myserver.com”). • Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\product\10. Remember your credentials for the web application server as they may be required to install BusinessObjects add-ons such as ProcessTracker or additional language packs. Group Id: Name of the server group to which the target application belongs (for example "Default_group").5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation Web application server Oracle Application Server 10g R3 Information required for installation setup • Port: Administration port of the application server .

Note: If you are running the setup. this is the point at which you can Cancel the installation process to have the . This .Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 5 To start the installation The" Start Installation" screen is the final screen in the installation setup.ini file written with all the installation parameter information.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 87 . • Click the Next button to start the installation process. Related Topics • Silent installation on page 28 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.exe program from the command line. and have the -w [filename] parameter switch enabled.ini file can then be used in silent and scripted installations.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .5 Custom or Expand Installations To perform a custom or expand installation 88 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

Web Applications Installation 6 .

the Web Services consumer API is provided for both Java and .5 is installed by default with a web tier installation. This web service implementation provides an API/WSDL which simplifies the process of developing applications. The Java SDK 1. BusinessObjects Enter.Includes all components used to run BusinessObjects ponents XI 3. It is composed of an implementation of web services that can be deployed with BusinessObjects Enterprise. and Voyager. communicates with report and cache servers.0 setup program.NET with a full set of documentation and samples. It is best practice to install the server and client components to verify connectivity. Performance Management.6 Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation Performing a Web Tier installation The web tier installation type installs the appropriate web tier components on the machine running your web application server. The web application server processes scripts. You will need user account and port information to configure your web application server through the BusinessObjects Enterprise 3. facilitates OLAP view requests and manages session state information for users.0 applications including Central Management Console.0: Component Short description BI Platform Web Com. 90 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Infoview.A component of Business Objects Enterprise built for prise Web Services developers. BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Tier Components The following Web Tier components are available when installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. To further ease implementation. translates cached files to DHTML. you can choose to install Apache Tomcat 5.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .5. you will not be able to verify the connectivity for the web applications. Tomcat If you do not have an existing web application server. Tip: If you have not yet installed the server components in your deployment.

Click Next to continue with the installation setup.Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation 6 To perform a Web Tier installation The "Install Type" screen is displayed once you complete the initial set up of the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. 3. Icon associated Meaning with feature The feature and only the subfeatures you select will be installed on the local hard drive you specified in the Setup program. Each feature and subfeature has a corresponding icon. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. • Specify that the selected feature and its subfeatures will be installed on the local hard drive. 1. Click the icon for a feature you want to select or deselect. You can do any of the following: • Specify that the selected feature will be installed on the local hard drive. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Related Topics • • To select an installation type on page 44 Beginning your installation on page 41 To select and deselect web tier components Use the "Select Features" screen to select and deselect web tier components when running a Web Tier installation. All the available web tier components are listed in the feature tree under the BusinessObjects Enterprises node. Specify where to install the BusinessObjects Enterprise components in the Destination Folder field. • Specify that a selected feature and its subfeatures will not be installed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 91 . Choose Web Tier in the "Install Type" screen. 1. 2.

The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. Click Disk Cost to calculate if sufficient disk space is available for your selected features. 92 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click OK to close to return to the "Select Features" page. To specify an existing CMS for web tier components The web tier components need to be associated with an existing Central Management Server.6 Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation Icon associated Meaning with feature The feature and all its subfeatures will be installed on the local hard drive you specified earlier .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . a. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Drives that do not have enough disk space for the currently selected features are highlighted. Click Reset to revert to the original configuration of the feature list. The feature or subfeature is either unavailable or will not be installed. A separate screen is displayed indicating storage space available on the local machine and mapped network drives. b. Use the "CMS Clustering" screen to provide information on the CMS that will manage the web tier components you are installing. 2.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 93 . Use the "Select Web Application Server" screen to either install Tomcat as your application server. the "Select Web Application Server" screen is displayed. The default port number used by the CMS is 6400. Specify the host name for the CMS in the Existing CMS Hostname field. 3. Once the verification is complete. The information on the CMS is verified. you need to provide information on the web application server that will work with your BusinessObjects applications such as InfoView. 4. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. 2. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation 6 1. the Central Management Console or your custom applications. To select a web application server configuration option As part of the installation setup. or to work with your existing web application server. Specify the password used by CMS Administrator in the CMS Administrator Password field. Specify the port number used to communicate with the CMS in the Existing CMS Port field.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 1. 94 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next. you can now proceed to either configure your web application server. Select one of the following options: • Use a pre-installed Web Application Server • Install Tomcat application server 2. Note: Select Other if your existing web application server is SAP Application Server 7. Depending on your selection. • Choose to manually configure your server at a later time 3. To use your current Web application server you can: • Specify your server from the drop-down list provided.6 Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation To configure your web application server for BusinessObjects Enterprise you will need account information along with port information. or start the installation process. Tip: You can configure the server during the current installation setup.04. You will need to provide access information for this server in a subsequent screen.0 or JBoss 4. If you select this option you will have to manually deploy the web applications.

The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. Shutdown port. a warning message is displayed. and Redirect port. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 95 . 1. To continue you will have to specify unused and valid port numbers. Note: If the port numbers you specified are in use. 2.Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation 6 To configure your Tomcat application server The "Configure Tomcat" screen displays during installation setup if you choose to install Tomcat as the Web application server for your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. Accept the default values or specify new port numbers for Connection port. Click Next to continue with the installation setup. Use this screen to configure Tomcat and the Java SDK.

you must provide specific configuration information about your existing web application server. Service Name: Name of the Windows service if the application server will be installed as a windows service (for example “Tomcat5”).0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .6 Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation To configure your existing Web application server The "Configure Web Application Server" screen displays during installation setup after you specify an existing server in the "Select Web Application Server" screen. To properly install web components on your web application server. Specify the required configuration information for your existing web application server. The table below summarizes the information required for each supported web application server.5 • • • 96 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Web application server Information required for installation setup Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “localhost”). Apache Tomcat 5. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\wdeploy\appserver\Tom cat5520). 1.

• • WebLogic 9 • • • • • Port: Administration port of the application server . Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ mserver1”). Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ mserver1”). Username: User name with administration rights to the application server .mandatory for Weblogic. Note: For WebLogic the directory is the domain root. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\bea\user_projects\do mains\base_domain). Username: User name with administration rights to the application server . Note: For WebLogic the directory is the domain root. Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 97 .mandatory for Weblogic.mandatory for Weblogic (for example “7001”). BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.mandatory for Weblogic.mandatory for Weblogic.Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation 6 Web application server WebLogic 10 Information required for installation setup • • • Port: Administration port of the application server .mandatory for Weblogic (for example “7001”). Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server . Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\bea\weblogic10\us er_projects\domains\base_domain).

1 Information required for installation setup • • Port: The SOAP Connector Port of the application server (for example “8880”). Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ server1”). Admin is Secure: Select this option to enable security requiring administrative access credentials to the application.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Username: User name with administration rights to the WebSphere application server. Virtual Host: The virtual host to which the application must be bound.6 Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation Web application server WebSphere 6. • • • • Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server. Note: If Admin is Secure is not selected you do not need to specify a username or a password. • 98 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer).

Remember your credentials for the web application server as they may be required to install BusinessObjects add-ons such as ProcessTracker or additional language packs. Note: If Admin is Secure is not selected.Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation 6 Web application server Oracle Application Server 10g R3 Information required for installation setup • Port: Administration port of the application server . The "Start Installation" screen is displayed.domain.xml file. Password: Password for account with administration rights to the application server . Click Next to continue with the installation setup.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 99 .This should be the Request port of the <notifi-cation-server> element in the opmn.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3. • Application Server Installation Directory: The directory where the web application server is installed (for example C:\product\10. 2. Username: User name with administration rights to the application server . Server Instance: Name of the current web application server instance (for example “ myserver.3\Ora cleAS_1). BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. • • • • • .1. Group Id: Name of the server group to which the target application belongs (for example "Default_group").com”). you will still have to specify the username and password to access the server.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3. Admin is Secure: Select this option only if you want Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) as part of the deployment.mandatory for Oracle 10g R3 (for example “6003”) .

This .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .exe program from the command line. • Click the Next button to start the installation process. this is the point at which you can Cancel the installation process to have the .ini file can then be used in silent and scripted installations. Note: If you are running the setup. Related Topics • Silent installation on page 28 100 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.6 Web Applications Installation Performing a Web Tier installation To start the installation The" Start Installation" screen is the final screen in the installation setup.ini file written with all the installation parameter information. and have the -w [filename] parameter switch enabled.

Silent Installation 7 .

You can also integrate the scripts and commands into your own installation scripts. If your install is on multiple CDs.exe.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The silent installation allows you to specify parameters for running setup. Silent installations include a series of parameters including installation settings and directory paths to system resources. Note: BusinessObjects Enterprise does not support silent installations when the install contents are on multiple CDs. The scripted installation method requires that you to specify an .exe on page 103 Silent and scripted installation parameters on page 107 102 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The same parameters are used for both methods. Note: If you pass a parameter directly in the command line. Related Topics • • Specific ini file parameters for setup.ini file. so that you avoid having to pass a large number of parameter settings directly through the command line.ini file. It is recommended that you use the scripted installation method to run custom installations. You can also specify settings that control the level of prompts during an installation. the setting will override any setting specified in the .referred to as a scripted installation in this guide Silent installation specifying parameters directly on the command line Both methods can be used to automate installations across multiple machines. you must first copy the contents from all the CDs to a central location. such as the local hard-drive. and then run the silent install from the location that contains the content from all the CDs. These installation methods are particularly useful when you need to quickly perform multiple installations.7 Silent Installation Overview of silent installation Overview of silent installation There are two methods for running BusinessObjects Enterprise installations for Windows directly from the command line: • • Silent installation using a response file .

5. the setting will override any setting specified in the .Silent Installation Specific ini file parameters for setup. Press Enter to launch the installation setup program. Note: If you pass a parameter directly in the command line. the file is stored in the system default %TEMP% folder. Open a command line console. In the command-line type the following: setup. This parameter can only be used if -r is also specified. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 1. If a filepath is not specified. the system default %TEMP% folder is used.ini file and passes the settings to the installer as settings. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter your preferred installation settings until you reach the final screen of the setup program. name.ini file You need to access the directory containing the setup.exe on the command line. Parameter -w<filepath/file Description Writes all the installation settings to an . Reads the specified.ini file to the specified filepath.ini responsefilepath Note: When specifying responseFilePath make sure you include the name of the file you want to generate.ini> Creates an installation log file in the specified filepath.exe 7 Specific ini file parameters for setup.ini file than can be used when running setup.exe.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 103 .ini> -r <filepath/file name. Related Topics • Silent and scripted installation parameters on page 107 To create an installation . 4. CD to directory containing the BusinessObjects Enterprise setup. If a filepath is not specified.exe -w filename. 2.ini file.exe file.ini> -l <filepath/file name.exe There are 3 parameters used in conjunction with the . 3.

Click Cancel to abort the installation setup. These settings are recorded in the response file.user-defined and default . the file is stored in the system default %TEMP% folder. 6.exe on page 103 Silent and scripted installation parameters on page 107 Sample .ini file which is stored in the directory specified in step 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Note: If a filepath is not specified.from installation setup are passed to the .ini script file The following installation script was generated for a new BusinessObjects Enterprise installation in which MySQL and Tomcat were installed. All the parameters . Related Topics • • Specific ini file parameters for setup. The German language pack was added to the default English language pack.7 Silent Installation Sample .ini script file . [OTHER] QUIET=/qa [INSTALL] ALLUSERS="1" 104 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

JA./Tomcat55" AS_INSTANCE="localhost" AS_SERVER="tomcat55" AS_SERVICE_NAME="BOE120Tomcat" AS_VIRTUAL_HOST="" ApplicationUsers="AllUsers" CADNODE="VANW11AKAHAN" CADPORT="6410" CLIENTAUDITINGPORT="6420" CLIENTLANGUAGE="EN" CLUSTERCMS="False" CMSPASSWORD="" COMPANYNAME="Business Objects" DATABASEAUDITDRIVER="MySQLDatabaseSubSystem" DATABASECONNECT="" DATABASEDB="BOE120" DATABASEDB_AUDIT="BOE120_AUDIT" DATABASEDRIVER="MySQLDatabaseSubSystem" DATABASEDSN="Business Objects CMS" DATABASEDSN_AUDIT="Business Objects Audit Server" DATABASENWLAYER_AUDIT="ODBC" DATABASEPWD="sa" DATABASEPWD_AUDIT="sa" DATABASEPWD_MYSQLROOT="sa" DATABASERDMS_AUDIT="MySQL 5" DATABASESERVER_AUDIT="localhost" DATABASEUID="sa" DATABASEUID_AUDIT="sa" DATABASE_AUDIT_CONNSVR="connsvr" ENABLELOGFILE="1" ENABLESERVERS="1" INSTALL.SELECTED="1" INSTALL.ini script file 7 AS_ADMIN_IS_SECURE="" AS_ADMIN_PASSWORD="" AS_ADMIN_PORT="8080" AS_ADMIN_USERNAME="admin" AS_DIR=".SELECTED="1" INSTALL.LP..EN.LP.DE.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 105 .Silent Installation Sample .SELECTED="1" INSTALLDBTYPE="SQL" INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\Business Objects\" INSTALLLEVEL="6" INSTALLMODE="New" INSTALLSWITCH="Server" INSTALL_DB_TYPE="InstallMySQL" MYSQLPORT="3306" MYSQL_REMOTE_ACCESS="1" NEWCMSPASSWORD="" NSPORT="6400" PIDKEY="C901B-CUZ6S76-000500J-G9M3" Privileged="1" SINGLESERVER="" SKIP_DEPLOYMENT="" TOMCAT_CONNECTION_PORT="8080" BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.LP.

CRPE.MyCube.Mapping. JavaRASSDK. SearchingService. PublicationServer.We bi. DANETEZZA.SybaseAnywhere.AuditProxyService.DotNETOnly.ko.nl.DevelopersFiles.WRC.es.MetaDataDesigner. WebIJobServer. DestJobServer.DeskIJobServer.LegacyXMLExport. RAS21.ini script file TOMCAT_REDIRECT_PORT="8443" TOMCAT_SHUTDOWN_PORT="8005" USERNAME="Licensed User" WCADOTNETINSTALL="" WCAJAVAINSTALL="True" WCATOMCATINSTALL="True" WDEPLOY_LANGUAGES="en.ja.FileSystem.exe -r FILEPATH 106 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.WebTierComp.XMLExport.DataAccess. ExportSupport.wdeploy.AdaptivePro cessingServer. ExpText.DAS.VBA62.ExpDiskFile.SymantecACT.CrystalReportDataProvider.IBM.PageServer.We bActivityLog.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .PDF.Designer.UnivTransMgr.Redbrick.sv. UserHelp.SybaseASE.CacheServer.LOVJobServer.AlwaysIn stall. CCM.TextDA.Complete.Btrieve.DAMicrosoft.ExpWordforWin dows. SybaseIQ.DADataFederator.Reporter.ReportAppServer.DataSourceMigrationWiz ard.qaaws.DAProgressOpenEdge.7 Silent Installation Sample .Clients.Repository.ExpRichTextFormat.ProgramJobServer.AdaptiveJobServer.OutputFRS.Universe.PublishingService.LanguagePackCostingFeatureen.ExpExcel.dBase.ServerComponents.DAMySQL. OLAP.JavaViewersSDK.RebeanSDK.HPNeoview.SOFA.zh_CN. BeforeInstall.CRJobServer.DANCRTeradata.BOEJavaSDK.SFORCE.BOEWebServices.BIPWebComp.MDASS.pt.DAOracle.MetaData.ImportWizard.Audi tor.DAIBMIn formix.de.fr.Pub Wiz.CMS.zh_TW" WDEPLOY_LATER="" WEBSITE_METABASE_NUMBER="1" WEBSITE_PORT="80" [FEATURES] REMOVE="" ADDLOCAL="Tomcat.CharacterSep arated. CrystalBVM.OLE_DB_ Data.DASy base.XML.ConversionTool.it.Sam plesEN.BDE. MySQL.DAGenericOD BC. WebServicesSDK.ExpCrystalReports.AuditRptUnvEN.LanguagePackCostingFea ture" ADDSOURCE="" ADVERTISE="" This script can now be used for future silent installations by including the file name and path in the command line as shown below: setup.DAIBMDB2.EventServer.InputFRS.

Parameter /qn Description Specifies not to prompt during or after the installation. Caution: If you pass a parameter directly in the command line.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 107 . Note: You must also enter the CLIENTLANGUAGE parameter as part of your silent install string or the language selection screen will appear at the beginning of your install. /qn+ Specifies to prompt when the installation is complete. AS_ADMIN_PASSWORD="pass" Specifies the port used by the web application server.ini file. This setting only valid for WebSphere 6 and Oracle. AS_ADMIN_PORT="8080" Specifies the account name used by the administrator to access the web application server. the setting will override any setting specified in the . AS_ADMIN_USERNAME="admin" BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters 7 Silent and scripted installation parameters The following table lists common parameters that are used for both silent and scripted installations of BusinessObjects Enterprise on Windows. AS_ADMIN_IS_SECURE="true" AS_AD MIN_PASS WORD AS_AD MIN_PORT AS_AD MIN_USER NAME Password used by the administrator account to access the web application server. AS_AD MIN_IS_SE CURE Specifies is administrator credential must be passed to access the web application server. Note: You must also enter the CLIENTLANGUAGE parameter as part of your silent install string or the language selection screen will appear at the beginning of your install.

AS_INSTANCE="localhost" AS_SERVER Web application type used in installation.1 AS_SERVER="tomcat55" AS_SER VICE_NAME Specifies the name of the Windows service if the application server will be installed as a service on Windows.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . the following options are available: • • • • • Use tomcat55 for Tomcat Use oas1013 for Oracle Application Server 10g R3 Use weblogic9 for WebLogic 9 Use weblogic10 for WebLogic 10 Use websphere6 for WebSphere 6. CADPORT="6410" 108 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. AS_DIR="<INSTALLDIR>/Tomcat55" AS_INSTANCE Specifies the name of the current web application server instance. CADNODE="SIA1" CADPORT Specifies the port used by Server Intelligence Agent. AS_SERVICE_NAME="BOE120Tomcat" AS_VIRTU AL_HOST CADNODE Specifies virtual host to which the application must be bound. AS_VIRTUAL_HOST="hostname" Specifies the node name for the Server Intelligence Agent.7 Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters Parameter AS_DIR Description Specifies the installation directory for the web application server.

Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters 7 Parameter CLIENT LANGUAGE Description Specifies the language used by the installer: • • • • • • • • • • • • EN=English ZH_CN=Simplified Chinese ZH_TW=Traditional Chinese DE=German ES=Spanish KO=Korean NL=Dutch JA=Japanese PT=Portuguese SV=Swedish RU=Russian FR=French Note: If this parameter not specified.ini file. DATABASEDB="BOE120" BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 109 . it is recommended that you create a new . DATABASEAUDITDRIVER="MySQLDatabaseSubSystem" DATABASEDB Name of the CMS database on the database server. it is recommended that you create a new ini file. To DITINGDRIVER change this setting. CLIENTLANGUAGE="EN" CLUSTERCMS Specifies if you are adding servers to an existing CMS. CMSPASSWORD="password" COMPANY NAME The company name specified when setting user credentials in the installation setup. CLUSTERCMS="False" CMSPASS WORD Specifies the administrator password for an existing CMS to use in either a custom or web tier installation. you will be prompted to select a language when the installation setup begins. COMPANYNAME="MyCompanyName" DATABASEAU Specifies which driver to use for the auditing database. To change this setting.

DATABASEPWD_MYSQLROOT="password" D T B S R M _ U Specifies the auditing database type.To change ER this setting. DATABASENWLAYER_AUDIT="ODBC" Specifies the password used to access the database server. DATABASEDSN_AUDIT="Business Objects Audit Serv er" DATABASEN WLAYER_AU DIT DATABASEP WD DATABASEP WD_AUDIT Specifies auditing database type. T DIT DATABASEDB_AUDIT="BOE120_AUDIT" DATABASEDRIV Specifies which driver to use for the CMS database.7 Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters Parameter Description DA ABASEDB_AU Name of the auditing database on the database server. DATABASESERVER="localhost" 110 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . DATABASEPWD_AUDIT="password" DATABASEP WD_MYSQL ROOT The password used by the root account to access if you are installing the MySQL database server. DATABASERDMS_AUDIT="MySQL 5" DATABAS ESERVER Specifies the CMS database server name. AA A E D S A DIT it is recommended that you create a new ini file. DATABASEDRIVER="MySQLDatabaseSubSystem" DATABASED SN Specifies the ODBC connection to connect to the CMS database. DATABASEPWD="password" Specifies the password used to access the auditing database server. To change this setting. DATABASEDSN="Business Objects CMS" DATABASED SN_AUDIT Specifies the ODBC connection to connect to the auditing database. To change this setting. it is recommended that you create a new ini file. it is recommended that you create a new ini file.

ENABLESERVERS="1" INSTALL. T DIT DATABASEUID_AUDIT="auditname" ENABLELOG FILE ENABLE SERVERS Specifies if a log file will be created for the installation. DATABASEUID="servername" DA ABASEUID_AU Specifies the username used to access the auditing database.JA. ENABLELOGFILE="1" Specifies if servers should be enabled once the installation is complete.SELECTED="1" INSTALL. The following options are available : • • • • • • • • • • • • EN=English ZH_CN=Simplified Chinese ZH_TW=Traditional Chinese DE=German ES=Spanish KO=Korean NL=Dutch JA=Japanese PT=Portuguese SV=Swedish RU=Russian FR=French Note: The English language pack is always selected by default.SELECTED Specifies which language pack to install.< >.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 111 .LP.LP.EN.LP.Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters 7 Parameter DATABAS ESERVER_AU DIT Description Specifies the auditing database server name. INSTALL. DATABASESERVER_AUDIT="localhost" DATABASEUID Specifies the username used to access the CMS database.SELECTED="1" BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

NSPORT="6400" PIDKEY Specifies your product license key code.7 Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters Parameter INSTALLDIR Description Specifies the directory where you want to install the BusinessObjects Enterprise components. RECT_PORT TOMCAT_REDIRECT_PORT="8443" TOM CAT_SHUT DOWN_PORT Specifies the port number that Tomcat uses to shut down TOMCAT_SHUTDOWN_PORT="8005" 112 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. MYSQLPORT="3306" MYSQL_RE MOTE_AC CESS NSPORT Specifies to enable remote access if you are installing the MySQL database server. MYSQL_REMOTE_ACCESS="1" Specifies the port used by the CMS. PIDKEY="xxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxx" TOMCAT_CON Specifies the port number that Tomcat uses to connect. INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\Business Objects\" INSTALLMODE Specifies the installation method from one of the following options: • • • New Custom WebTier INSTALLMODE="New" MYSQLPORT Specifies the port if you are installing the MySQL database server. NEC TOMCAT_CONNECTION_PORT="8080" TION_PORT TOMCAT_REDI Specifies the port number that Tomcat uses to redirect.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

BOEWebServices. PubWiz. BeforeInstall. WDEPLOY_LATER="1" REMOVE Specifies which client.UnivTransMgr.ImportWizard.BOEWebServices" ADDLOCAL Specifies which client.Reposito ry.ServerComponents. and other BusinessObjects Enterprise components will be installed.ini file.Universe.Designer. it is recommended that you create a new ini file.PubWiz.MetaDataDesigner.wdeploy.Web ServicesSDK. DataSourceMigrationWizard.ConversionTool. web tier. To change this setting. server. ADDLOCAL="Tomcat.BOEJavaSDK.BOEJavaSDK.Clients.Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters 7 Parameter USERNAME Description The username specified in the installation setup when providing the license key code .UnivTransMgr.MetaData.CRPE. server.Re porter.Complete. CrystalBVM.DataSourceMigrationWizard.DevelopersFiles.Auditor" Other automatically generated parameters The following parameters are automatically generated parameters that should not be modified in the . it is recommended that you create a new ini file.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 113 .BIPWebComp.VBA62.AlwaysInstall.WRC.CMS.WRC.JavaViewersSDK.qaaws. REMOVE="Tomcat.Re porter.DevelopersFiles.WebTier Comp. web tier. USERNAME="Licensed User" WDE PLOY_LATER Specifies not to automatically deploy the web application on the target web application server.RebeanS DK. WebServicesSDK.Clients. To change this setting. and other BusinessObjects Enterprise components will not be installed.De signer.MetaDataDesign er. CCM.qaaws. JavaRASSDK.Conversion Tool.BIPWebComp.ImportWizard. This is an automatically generated parameter that should not be modified. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. WebTierComp.Mapping.

exe on page 103 114 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.7 Silent Installation Silent and scripted installation parameters Parameter name DATABASECONNECT DATABASE_AUDIT_CONNSVR INSTALLDBTYPE INSTALL_DB_TYPE INSTALLLEVEL INSTALLSWITCH NEWCMSPASSWORD Privileged SINGLESERVER SKIP_DEPLOYMENT WCADOTNETINSTALL WCAJAVAINSTALL WCATOMCATINSTALL WDEPLOY_LANGUAGES WEBSITE_METABASE_NUMBER WEBSITE_PORT ADDSOURCE ADVERTISE Related Topics • Specific ini file parameters for setup.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise 8 .

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .8 After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Launching the Central Management Console (CMC) Launching the Central Management Console (CMC) The BusinessObjects Enterprise Central Management Console (CMC) Logon screen appears if you selected the Launch BusinessObjects Administration Console option on the last screen of the installation setup program. Type the name of your Central Management Server (CMS) in the System field. Windows NT. The CMC Home page is displayed. 116 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. You can also launch the CMC by going to:Start > Programs > BusinessObjects XI 3. third-party user accounts and groups must be mapped to BusinessObjects Enterprise before you can use these types of authentication.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise > BusinessObjects Enterprise Central Management Console. Select Enterprise in the Authentication Type list. 4. set up security policies. If you are using LDAP or Windows NT authentication. type “Administrator” as the User Name. For more information on using the CMC. This Enterprise account by default does not have a password unless you specified one during installation setup. Windows AD. It is recommended that you verify your installation by logging into the CMC. To log on to the CMC 1. however. you can log on using an account that has been mapped to the BusinessObjects EnterpriseAdministrators group. Type your User Name and Password. 3. Click Log On. and LDAP authentication also appear in the list. Once you access the CMC you can create users and groups. and define rights. 2. see the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide. Note: If this is the first time an administrator from your organization is accessing the CMC.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 117 . a tool designed to ease the process of obtaining registration credentials.xml file for more details.xml file. If none of these solutions work. Did you provide the correct user credentials in the User Name and Password fields? 3. Are you attempting to connect to a CMS cluster using the @<clustername> format? If this is your first attempt to connect to this cluster. Related Topics • To run diagnostic tests in Windows on page 119 Register your installed product After installing BusinessObjects Enterprise. consider the following solutions: 1. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. consider repairing or reinstalling BusinessObjects Enterprise. If you did not install MySQL as part of your installation. Go to Start > BusinessObjects XI 3.xml which is found in the WEBINF folder of the CMC web application war file. the CMC will not know which CMS servers belong to the cluster. Check if the Server Intelligence Agent (SIA) is running. Did you provide the correct name for the Central Management Server in the System field? 2. In this case. 6. See your database documentation for more information. you need to specify a list of CMS servers in the web. Your installation on Windows includes the Business Objects Registration Wizard.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise > Central Configuration Manager. Follow the instructions in the cms. 7. 5.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise > Diagnostic Tool. Is the correct method specified in the Authentication field? 4.After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Register your installed product 8 Troubleshooting CMC logon issues If you are unable to log on to the CMC. Go to Start > BusinessObjects XI 3.clusters section of the web. use the database client to connect to the database server. If the SIA is not running. start or enable it. It is also possible to specify CMS cluster information for the InfoView by modifying its corresponding web. Run the tool to verify your deployment. you can register your product.

then proceeds to stop and start each one. The following software is required to use the Diagnostic Tool: • • JDK 1.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Start/Stop Servers . Diagnostic Tool Deployment Diagnostic tool The Deployment Diagnostic Tool is a Java-based application designed to verify basic operating functionality of a BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Crystal Reports Tier .0 installation. 118 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: This tool is intended only for deployment validation purposes.tests creating and scheduling a simple Crystal Reports document. and scheduling a simple Web Intelligence document.5 (included with your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation) Business Objects Enterprise XI 3.tests logging on and off BusinessObjects Enterprise. you can access Business Objects support programs and services. It is an open-framework utility that allows for the development of additional test drivers through the use of various SDKs provided by Business Objects.0 installation Tests you can perform Currently. the Deployment Diagnostic Tool includes the following test drivers: • • • • • Log On/Off .connects to a CMS and queries for all available servers associated with it. go toStart > Programs > BusinessObjects XI 3.tests creating. viewing. InfoView Test . The Registration Wizard also provides links for resources to help you evaluate or purchase Business Objects products.0 > Registration Wizard.test logging on and logging off through InfoView. Web Intelligence Tier . any other uses are not supported by Business Objects.8 After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Diagnostic Tool Once registered. To access the wizard.

This list is determined by the contents of the configuration file. enter the hostname for the machine you want to connect to. InfoView Test . select Run All Tests from the Test menu.test logging on and logging off through InfoView. Start/Stop Servers .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 119 . clickPrograms > BusinessObjects XI 3. Information for the local machine will appear by default.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise > Diagnostic Tool. Crystal Reports Tier . If you are authenticated. Enter your user name and password and select the appropriate authentication type. the Deployment Diagnostic Tool includes the following test drivers: • • • • • Log On/Off . From the Start menu. To run diagnostic tests in Windows 1.tests creating. These updates remain on the display after the tests are complete. 3. To initiate a diagnostic. and scheduling a simple Web Intelligence document. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. then click Logon. The top pane of the tool contains a list of the test drivers that have been loaded into memory. the main application is screen appears.tests logging on and off BusinessObjects Enterprise. The bottom pane is the console output and provides status updates while the tests are running. In the System field. The user logon screen appears.After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Diagnostic Tool 8 Tests you can perform Currently. 2. then proceeds to stop and start each one.tests creating and scheduling a simple Crystal Reports document.connects to a CMS and queries for all available servers associated with it. Web Intelligence Tier . viewing. 4.

8 After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Diagnostic Tool The diagnostic is performed in the sequence that it appears in the test drivers pane.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .(Optional) Specify the absolute or relative path to the results xml log file. user .(Optional) This launches and runs the test drivers immediately. Open your command line interface.Required if the tool is run in console mode. WinAD. WindowsNT) • • • 120 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.(Optional) Specify the absolute or relative path to the configuration xml file which tells the tool what test drivers to run.Runs the application in graphical mode console . authtype .Required if the tool is run in console mode. This is the BusinessObjects Enterprise user password. password . This is the BusinessObjects Enterprise user name that the tool uses to log in and it should have administrative rights. and a status update is provided in the console pane. This is the authentication method used to connect the tool will connect to BOE. LDAP. The following list explains the different parameters that you can enter into the command line: • • • • • • gui .Runs the application in console mode run . Default behavior is to have the user manually initiate the tests. Upon completion of the diagnostic. Possible values (Enterprise. the console reads 'Finished Testing' and provides a file path to the results log file.Required if the tool is run in console mode. system . or select the View menu and then select Log File. logfile . To run Diagnostic Test from Command Line 1. This is the CMS the tool will attempt to connect to. either go to the location specified in the console pane.Required if the tool is run in console mode. These details are also recorded in the log file. To view the log file. Note: Some tests may take several minutes. configfile . All test drivers will either conclude with a 'pass' or a 'fail' status. Double-click the result to view further details.

you can uncomment the xml tags in the config file and fill in the necessary authentication tags. Example: Launching in CONSOLE mode The following command launches the tool.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 121 . Enter the following command: java -jar diagnosticTool. as shown below.After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Diagnostic Tool 8 2. 'java -jar -diagnosticTool.jar -gui -configfile 'c:\temp\config.jar -console -user Administrator -password 'Password' -system TestBOESystem -authtype Enterprise' . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and automatically runs the test case. opens the tool interface in a window. and overrides the default config file and log file with the ones presented.xml' Note: If you want to bypass the login screen.jar -[mode] -run -configfile [config file] -logfile [log file] -user [username] -password [password] -system [system name] -authtype [authentication type] The Diagnostic Tool launches.xml' -logfile 'c:\log\log. 'java -jar diagnosticTool. automatically logs in with the credentials supplied. uses the default config file and log file. opens a login dialog box. <authentication> <user>administrator</user> <password> </password> <system>TestBOESystem</system> <authtype>Enterprise</authtype> </authentication> The following command launches the tool.

Select Set Config File from the Test menu. then click OK. Browse to the location where you want to store the log file. Select Set Config File from the Test menu. 2. Click Open. Type a name for the log file. 2. the order in which to run them. 3. The "Set Log File" window appears.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Choose Set Log File from the Test menu. A file dialog box used to select the configuration XML is displayed.xml'. Navigate to the XML file you want to set and select it. To set configuration files 1.8 After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Diagnostic Tool Diagnostic options The following section describes some of the option settings for the diagnostic tool. The following procedure shows you how to set the location for a log file. To set a custom log file location 1. Log files Log files provide a permanent record of the results of the tests run by the diagnostic tool. This will set the configuration XML for the tool. The default XML name is 'TestClasses. Log files for tests will now appear in the directory you selected. 3. and click Open. Configuration files Configuration files are used to determine which tests to run. 122 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and any parameters for those tests. To set configuration files 1.

2. To set a custom log file location 1.After Installing BusinessObjects Enterprise Diagnostic Tool 8 A file dialog box used to select the configuration XML is displayed. 2. Log files for tests will now appear in the directory you selected. then click OK. The "Set Log File" window appears. Click Open.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 123 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 3. Navigate to the XML file you want to set and select it. The default XML name is 'TestClasses. Choose Set Log File from the Test menu. 3. Type a name for the log file. Browse to the location where you want to store the log file. This will set the configuration XML for the tool.xml'. and click Open.

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Selecting a language Once installed. or uninstalled language pack. and users can choose a language from a list of installed languages found in the Product Locale drop-down list of the CMC Preferences section of the CMC Preferences.9 Language Packs on Windows About language packs About language packs A language pack is a resource package that gives a BusinessObjects Enterprise system the ability to interact with users in a specific language. If a preferred language has not been set in the Product Locale drop-down. If a language pack corresponding to the locale of the operating system is not found. if the Business Intelligence Modeler is running at the time of the change. it must be restarted in order for the change to take effect. For example. An individual language is known as a locale. Command-line utilities use the LANG environment variable to determine which language to use. is always installed. such as a missing. and help. English language fall-back In the event of a localization error. reports. English. Product locale changes Product Locale changes are immediately reflected in the current product's interface. setting the Crystal Report Designer product locale to Japanese will cause the Business Intelligence Modeler client to also display in Japanese. However. BusinessObjects Enterprise products detect the existence of the language pack. You can install as many different language packs as you want. the selected Product Locale is only displayed when client is next started. BusinessObjects Enterprise products fall back to using the default English language. The default language pack. corrupted. or under the Options dialog box on the toolbar or application menu in other BusinessObjects Enterprise products. BusinessObjects Enterprise defaults to using the locale of the installed operating system. Where multiple client applications are installed. 126 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . the default English is used.

businessobjects.com. you will need to deploy language packs to each server individually. Installing language packs on Windows systems Language packs can be installed either during the initial installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. Additional languages can also be installed onto an existing system by downloading the appropriate language pack from the Business Objects support web site at http://technicalsupport. Note: An error message will be displayed if a language pack detects that it is incompatible with a previously installed version of BusinessObjects Enterprise. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 127 . In the event of an operational problem with a language pack.Language Packs on Windows Installing language packs and complex deployments 9 Each language listed in the Product Locale drop-down is displayed in its native localization. or post-install using a dedicated language pack installer. rather than as German in English or Allemand in French. Installing language packs and complex deployments If your organization uses a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment with more than one server. For example. Because of this fall-back system. but administrators can opt to install any or all of the other available languages. BusinessObjects Enterprise will default back to English localization. the German language pack is always displayed as Deutsch. rather than the currently employed language. English is the default option during the installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. Note: Application shortcut keys are language neutral and do not change. regardless of the localized name for the Save function. For example. regardless of which language is in use. Ctrl+S is always mapped to the Save command. English cannot be deselected as an installable option during the installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. The installer is a single executable that adds the localized language resources to your Business Objects software deployment.

Server Instance.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Locate the language pack to install under BUSINESS_OBJECTS_IN STALL_CD_DIR\langs\LANGUAGE\. Click Next to begin the installation. and then click Next.com/documentation/supported_platforms. Click Next.9 Language Packs on Windows Locating language packs Locating language packs Language packs can be found in the langs folder of the BusinessObjects Enterprise for Windows distribution package. To install language packs Before installing a language pack. Username.com. and Application Server Installation Directory fields. User Name. Please review the requirements for language packs at the Business Objects customer support site: http://sup port. Password. Click Next. 3. Check I accept the License Agreement. 4. 1. and Virtual Host. Click Next. 5. CMS Port. If any part of your BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment is not patched to the required software version. 6.businessobjects. 8. 7. Enter values for the CMS. Note: Language packs do not require a keycode. Password. 128 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Enter values for the Port. Open the Central Management Console (CMC) and ensure that the server processes are running. Replace LANGUAGE with the ISO code of the language you are installing. If your web application server uses a password for the administrator account. The Microsoft Windows installer will search for all installed Business Objects applications. and Authentication fields. You will be asked for CMS administrator credentials. the language pack installation will abort and must be reapplied after the system has been patched to the correct level. 2. select the Admin is Secure check-box. Alternatively. your BusinessObjects Enterprise server must be running and patched to the required revision level.businessobjects. Run the setup.exe installer. language packs can be downloaded from the Business Objects technical support site at http://technicalsupport.

Once the installation is complete. When parameters are supplied on the command-line the installation will not prompt for information. The following table details each of the other parameters used by setup. you will be able to choose the installed language from the Options dialog window in BusinessObjects Enterprise applications. Note: • • All fix packs or other updates to BusinessObjects Enterprise released on a date after the language pack release date must be re-applied to ensure that updated functionality is maintained. Installing language packs across a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment You can install language packs with one command by specifying parameters on the command-line. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. This is referred to as a silent installation.exe. Language packs must be re-installed after you have added or removed a component from your BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment.exe BUSINESS_OBJECTS_HOME_DIR INSTALLMODE=silent CMSNAMESERVER=CMS_HOSTNAME CMSPORTNUMBER=PORT_NUMBER CMSPASSWORD=CMS_PASSWORD BUSINESS_OBJECTS_HOME_DIR with the full path of your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation.Language Packs on Windows Installing language packs across a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment 9 The language pack will now begin the installation process.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 129 . Parameter INSTALLMODE CMSNAMESERV ER Expected argument silent CMS Hostname Description Switch to enable silent install mode Enter the name of your CMS machine. The command-line syntax for a silent install is as follows: setup.

The password for your CMS server.exe "C:\Program Files\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enter prise 12. Related Topics • How to use wdeploy on page 159 130 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.9 Language Packs on Windows Installing language packs across a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment Parameter CMSPORTNUM BER Expected argument Port number for CMS Description CMS port number.bat weblogic10 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic undeployall Followed by: wdeploy. then wdeploy deployall to re-deploy web applications without the language packs. use the wdeploy undeployall command to remove all web applications. the following command runs undeployall for a WebLogic 10 server: wdeploy.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . For example. see How to use wdeploy.0" INSTALLMODE=silent CMSNAMESERVER=myserver1 CMSPORTNUMBER=6400 CMSPASSWORD=mypassword To uninstall language packs in silent mode. CMSPASSWORD CMS admin password For example: setup.bat weblogic10 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic deployall For more information on using wdeploy.

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1. Open the Central Management Server (CMS) and ensure that all servers are running. 2. In Windows, click Start, point to Settings, and then select Control Panel. 3. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. 4. Select the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Language Pack to remove and click Remove. The "Add/Remove Programs" prompts you to confirm that you want to remove the language pack from your computer. 5. Click Yes. The appropriate files are removed and the necessary configuration is completed. 6. Click Finish. The language pack has been uninstalled and you are returned to the "Add/Remove Programs" list.

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BusinessObjects Enterprise client applications are available for installation through a separate installation program. You can use this stand alone installer to add client tools and their related components to an existing installation. The Client Tools installation program enables you to select which client tools to install and to assess disk space costs.
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BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Components
The following BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 client components are available for installation:
Component Desktop Intelligence Short description An integrated query, reporting and analysis solution for business professionals that allows you to access data in your corporate databases directly from your desktop and present and analyze this information in a Desktop Intelligence document. Provides business users an easy to use interactive and flexible user interface for building and analyzing reports on corporate data over the web, on secured intranets and extranets. Allows you to migrate reports that are based on Crystal queries, dictionaries, and InfoViews to a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment. Enables you to design relational views of information that provides a wide range of capabilities for creating and modifying Data Connections, Dynamic Data Connections, Data Foundations, Business Elements, and Business Views.

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Short description Converts Desktop Intelligence XI R2 reports to Web Intelligence XI R2 format and publishes the converted reports to the CMS. The level of conversion depends on the features in the original report. Allows you to import and export content from previous and current versions of BusinessObjects Enterprise. Enables users to add reports to BusinessObjects Enterprise Allows you create custom web services for specific queries using Business Objects Web Services. Allows you to create universes for Web Intelligence and Desktop Intelligence users. Contains the following subfeatures:

Import Wizard

Publishing Wizard Query as a Web Service

Universe Designer Developer Components

BusinessObjects Enterprise Java SDK: allows you to build web applications that interface directly with your BusinessObjects Enterprise system. BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Services SDK: implementation of web services that can be deployed with BusinessObjects Enterprise.
Translation Manager An application that defines the multilingual document and performs translation of documents and prompts. It supports Universe Designer universes and Web Intelligence documents.

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A product distribution CD/DVD for the BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Tools Installation.

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Run setup.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed after you specify a language for the installation setup. "Please Choose Setup Language" is displayed. 2. Note: If you are installing from a CD and if the Autoplay is enabled for your CD-ROM drive. Check the Create log file during installation box if you want to create an installation log file. 5. 136 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the Autorun program will start automatically.exe from the root directory of your product distribution.10 Client Tools Installation To perform a client tools installation 1. Select the language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided. The log file is saved under the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\Busi nessObjects Enterprise 12. You have a choice of the following languages for setup: • English • French • Japanese • German • Spanish • Italian • Chinese Simplified • Chinese Traditional • Korean • Dutch • Swedish • Portuguese (Brazil) 4. 3. Click Install to launch the installation setup program.0\Logging. The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Click OK.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 137 . Click OK to continue with the installation setup.Client Tools Installation To perform a client tools installation 10 6. is message is displayed. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next to proceed with the installation setup. Note: Click Cancel to abort the installation setup If you are installing BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 on Windows XP Service Pack2 or higher.

10 Client Tools Installation To perform a client tools installation 7. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The "Choose Language Packs" screen is displayed. The language packs currently available for installation include: • • • • • • • • • • • • English French Japanese German Spanish Italian Chinese Simplified Chinese Traditional Korean Dutch Swedish Portuguese (Brazil) Note: English is a required language and is automatically selected. 8. Select the Language Packs you want to install with the client tools click Next. 138 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

Type the installation directory for the client tools in Destination Folder or accept the default selection and click Next. 9.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 139 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Client Tools Installation To perform a client tools installation 10 Tip: Select the All Languages box to select all the available language packs. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. The "Directory Selection" screen is displayed.

Click the icon for a feature you want to select or deselect under the "BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Tools" node. • Specify that a selected feature and its subfeatures will not be installed. • Specify that the selected feature and its subfeatures will be installed on the local hard drive. 140 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. When you have finished making your selections click Next. Icon associated Meaning with feature The feature and only the subfeatures you select will be installed on the local hard drive you specified in the Setup program.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You can do any of the following: • Specify that the selected feature will be installed on the local hard drive. The feature or subfeature is either unavailable or will not be installed.10 Client Tools Installation To perform a client tools installation 10. The feature and all its subfeatures will be installed on the local hard drive you specified earlier .

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 141 . Drives that do not have enough disk space for the currently selected features are highlighted. Click Disk Cost to calculate if sufficient disk space is available for your selected features. Click OK to close to return to the "Select Features" screen. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. b. A separate screen is displayed indicating storage space available on the local machine and mapped network drives. 11. Click Next.Client Tools Installation To perform a client tools installation 10 a. Click Reset to revert to the original configuration of the feature list. The installation process begins and is complete when the following screen is displayed: BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

10 Client Tools Installation Client Tools silent installations 12. These installation methods are particularly useful when you need to quickly perform multiple installations. The silent installation allows you to specify parameters for running setup. You can also integrate the scripts and commands into your own installation scripts. 142 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The scripted installation method requires that you to specify an .ini file.exe. Click Finish to exit the installation. Client Tools silent installations There are two methods for running BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Tools installations directly from the command line: • • Scripted installations Silent installations Both methods can be used to automate installations across multiple machines. The same parameters are used for both methods. so that you avoid having to pass a large number of parameter settings directly through the command line. It is recommended that you use the scripted installation method to run custom installations.

FileSystem.LP.MetaDataDesigner.DASy base.BeforeInstall.ExpRichTextFormat.JavaRASSDK. dBase.ini file on page 103 Sample client tools ini file The following installation script was generated for a BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Tools installation.SybaseASE.ExpCrystalReports.EN. ExportSupport.qaaws.Universe.DevelopersFiles.ini file. ImportWizard.ExpDiskFile.exe on page 103 To create an installation .AlwaysInstall.UserHelp.SFORCE. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.SymantecACT.Clients. DataSourceMigrationWizard. SybaseIQ.DAIBMDB2.XMLExport.Sample sEN.LP.DAMySQL.ExpWordforWin dows. ExpExcel.Red brick. [OTHER] QUIET=/qa [INSTALL] CLIENTLANGUAGE="EN" DATABASEAUDITDRIVER="MySQLDatabaseSubSystem" DATABASEDRIVER="MySQLDatabaseSubSystem" ENABLELOGFILE="1" INSTALL. OLE_DB_Data.XML. LanguagePackCostingFeatureen.DAOracle.SELECTED="1" INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\Business Objects\" INSTALLLEVEL="4" WDEPLOY_LANGUAGES="en.JavaViewersSDK.DAIBMInformix.DAGenericOD BC. the setting will override any setting specified in the .Designer.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 143 .Re porter. RebeanSDK.DANETEZZA.BOEJavaS DK.LegacyXMLExport.NL.BDE.OLAP.SOFA.ExpText. The Dutch language pack was added to the default English language pack.DataAc cess.DANCRTeradata.Client Tools Installation Client Tools silent installations 10 Note: If you pass a parameter directly in the command line.VBA62.CharacterSep arated.Conver sionTool.CrystalBVM.DADataFederator.nl" [FEATURES] REMOVE="UnivTransMgr" ADDLOCAL="Complete.MyCube.Btrieve.SybaseAnywhere.SELECTED="1" INSTALL.HPNeoview. WebActivityLog.DAProgressOpenEdge.WebServicesSDK.TextDA.LanguagePackCostingFeature.PDF. Related Topics • • Specific ini file parameters for setup.PubWiz.DAMicrosoft.IBM.WRC.

10 Client Tools Installation Client Tools silent installations LanguagePackCostingFeaturenl" ADDSOURCE="" ADVERTISE="" This script can now be used for future silent installations by including the file name and path in the command line as shown below: setup.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .exe -r FILEPATH 144 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

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Preferences in the registry are restored to default values. b. Repair: this operation replaces missing or corrupt files. 146 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and shortcuts.11 Maintaining your Installation BusinessObjects Enterprise maintenance operations BusinessObjects Enterprise maintenance operations You can perform three maintenance operations on your installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise: • Modify: this operation will identify the current components installed on your system. The "Application Maintenance" screen is displayed.0. • • To enter maintenance mode There are two methods for evoking maintenance mode for BusinessObjects Enterprise on Windows: 1. a. Click Change. Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Remove: this operation uninstalls BusinessObjects Enterprise. registry keys. Using the "Select Feature" screen you can add or remove components from your current installation. Select BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. All language packs and patches will also be removed.

. The CCM console is displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 147 . For more information on stopping servers see “Managing and Configuring Servers” in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise > Central Configuration Manager. To uninstall BusinessObjects Enterprise from your system: 1. Alternatively. For more information on backing up your system see “Managing and Configuring Servers” in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide.Maintaining your Installation Uninstalling BusinessObjects Enterprise from Windows 11 2. Go to Start > Programs > BusinessObjects XI 3. 2. Right-click to highlight all listed servers and select Stop. Uninstalling BusinessObjects Enterprise from Windows It is recommended that you back up reports.exe program you originally used to install your current BusinessObjects Enterprise product. documents and system information before uninstalling BusinessObjects Enterprise. you can run the setup.

the contents of the Tomcat subfolder are removed. Select BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Remove. Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs. 148 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 4. are not uninstalled by the uninstallation process. You will manually have to remove web applications deployed on other servers. Click Finish. Folders or files created after the installation. Click Yes. 5.0. 7. The "Add or Remove Programs" dialog prompts to confirm that you want to remove BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. for example log or report files. Please wait while files are removed and your system is reconfigured. Your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation may have included an installation of the Apache Tomcat java application server. you can use the command-line console to unistall BusinessObjects Enterprise. Silent uninstallation If the installation source is available.exe REMOVE=ALL Software Inventory Tool Introduction The BusinessObjects Enterprise Software Inventory Tool is a Java-based maintenance tool available to administrators of BusinessObjects Enterprise. When BusinessObjects Enterprise is uninstalled. You are prompted once the configuration process is complete.11 Maintaining your Installation Software Inventory Tool 3. In the command-line specify the following method: setup. Tomcat installs to C:\Program Files\BusinessObjects\Tomcat\. Note: Only web applications deployed on a Tomcat server installed through the BusinessObjects Enterprise installer are automatically removed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The installer removes only the files that it originally installed.0. By default. 6.

xml and log. How does the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool work? When a Business Objects installer is run.txt files are created in the same folder. Once the program is launched.0\java\lib.bat and SoftwareInventory.jar.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 149 .Maintaining your Installation Software Inventory Tool 11 The tool creates and maintains an inventory of all changes made to Business Objects software via Business Objects installers and allows users to view these changes. The logged information is presented chronologically using various formats and views.0.asp. the tool is automatically evoked. The SoftwareInventory. features. Records of all the fixes that were installed on the system.xml file.0 installation.com/documentation/supported_platforms/default. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. It is available for all Windows platforms supported by BusinessObjects XI 3.businessob jects. The tool monitors BusinessObjects Enterprise after it is installed and logs updates such as critical hot fixes and service packs. Information on what is being installed is added to the inventory. Installation The BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool is automatically bundled together with your BusinessObjects XI 3. See the Products Availability Report PDF which can be accessed at http://support. What does the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool do? The Business Objects Software Inventory Tool collects and displays information on your BusinessObjects installations. the inven tory.files are by default installed to the following directory C:\Program Files\Business Objects\common\4. The inventory contains the following information: • • A record of all Business Objects installations including original product and service packs. and patches. and critical hot fixes. The inventory list can then be queried for specific files.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .0\java\lib\softwareInven tory.0/BusinessObjects/Enterprise and double-click the Software Inventory Tool icon. OR 1. This launches a Windows Command window and starts the Java program. 3.type cmd and click OK. Using the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool Once the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool is launched it displays three separate panes for information on : 150 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.path=.\external -Xmx256M -jar "C:\Program Files\BusinessObjects\common\4.jar" gui This command uses the Java implementation installed with BusinessObjects Enterprise and provides Java configuration information.bat file which is located by default in the C:\Program Files\Business Objects\common\4.0\java\lib folder.0\java\lib). This launches a Windows Command window.library. From the Start\Run command line .0\java\lib folder. 2.11 Maintaining your Installation Software Inventory Tool • Records of the files that are associated with each Business Objects installation such as WAR files and DLLs. At the prompt type: "C:\Program Files\Business Objects\javasdk\bin\java" Djava. • To launch the tool. Launching the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool The BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool is installed by default into the C:\Program Files\Business Objects\common\4. Navigate to the folder in which the tool is installed (the default is C:\Program Files\Business Objects\common\4. Note: Closing the Windows Command window will terminate the Java program. OR Double-click the SoftwareInventory. either: Go to Start/Programs/BusinessObjects XI 3.

• File This option only displays files that have been installed and recorded by the tool. ADAPT is the system used internally by Business Objects to track technical problems and feature enhancements. History View The History View is divided into two parts: • • History Tree Node Details History Tree and the Node Details The History Tree is the main pane used to navigate the inventory. Note: ADAPT numbers are only displayed if critical hot fixes have been installed. The history of installations and changes is listed chronologically. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Maintaining your Installation Software Inventory Tool 11 • Viewing Format • History View • Search The Viewing Format Area The Viewing format pane provides three options for what to display. • ADAPT number This option only displays the ADAPT numbers for modifications logged by the tool.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 151 . each entry can be expanded to display further details in the Node Details pane. • Install/Patch name This option displays all the available information logged by the tool in chronological order. Note: To view more specific information you can use the Search function.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .11 Maintaining your Installation Software Inventory Tool The type of information displayed in Node Details includes : • • • • Name of the product Version or Build number Date and time of installation Path locations The following table summarizes the detail displayed in the History View area depending on the selected Viewing Format: Viewing Format History View Detail Build number Installation or Removal timestamp List of all features installed Install/Patch Name of the product List of all files installed Installed or Removed List of all ADAPT records (not for Service Packs) ADAPT number /ID Problem Summary ADAPT Number Fix description List of updated files Name of the file Full path location of the file File Version (if available) Build History of changes to the file 152 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

The log. The Software Inventory log file The tool creates a log file for recording each time the tool is launched.txt file is saved in the default installation folder together with the inventory. Each time you run the BusinessObjects Enterprise installer. BOEInstall_1. Once the process is completed. The name of the initial log file is BOEInstall_0.Maintaining your Installation The installation log file 11 The Search pane The Search pane of the BusinessObjects Software Inventory Tool allows you to refine the information displayed in History View. Information specific to web application deployment is also included in the log file. For example after the initial installation you choose run the “Modify” maintenance operation. The log file can be used as a reference or to troubleshoot installation errors. a new log file is generated.xml file: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\common\4.log and it is saved under the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 153 .log is stored in the Logging directory. A new tree is generated based on the search result and the current view being used.0\Logging. • Search History: lists all the search parameters.0\java\lib The installation log file The installation log file contains information on all the parameter settings used in a BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. • Clear search history: click to clear the Search History. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. It is divided into three parts: • Enter search string: use this field to enter a string.

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0 WebLogic 10 WebLogic 9.0 installations by running all three supported installation types. Manually configure and deploy the required components to the applications server. The installation setup program guides you through an automated process for deploying the web applications and their required components only if you specify and configure your web application server during the installation setup. You can also configure your web application servers and deploy web application components after installing BusinessObjects Enterprise. The following table lists which deployment method is available for supported Web application server. You can choose either of the following methods. Installation setup wdeploy program WebSphere 6. 2. Use the wdeploy program to automatically deploy the required components to the applications server.2 Tomcat 5. 1.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .0 Oracle Application Server 10G R3 JBoss 4.1 WebSphere Community Edition 2.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Overview of post install deployment Overview of post install deployment You can deploy web applications for BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. For detailed information on wdeploy see Deploying BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Applications using wdeploy.5 SAP Application Server 7.04 X X X X X X X X X X Manual deployment X X X X X X X X X X 156 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

If using Tomcat for example. ensure that the web application server is correctly installed and verify that the application server is running correctly by launching its administrative console at: • http://<WAS_HOSTNAME>:<PORT> Replace <WAS_HOSTNAME> with the host name or IP address of your web application server.2 GB of free disk space.bat the folder contains all the required configuration files for running the tool. Consult your web application server documentation for installation instructions. Before you begin the deployment process. Deploying with wdeploy Prerequisites for using wdeploy Where to find wdeploy The wdeploy command-line tool is included with your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation to assist you in the command-line deployment of web applications to your web application server. In addition to the wdeploy. your web application server should have at least 1. your modified settings would look like: JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS -Xmx1024m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m" Consult your JVM documentation for more information about changing your Java memory settings. in addition to any other requirements specified by other software installed on the machine. To deploy and run the CMC and InfoView applications. It is located in the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 157 . and <PORT> with the port number used for HTTP.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Before you deploy web applications 12 Before you deploy web applications Your web application server must be installed and working before you attempt to install BusinessObjects Enterprise. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. It is recommended that you change the heapsize and maximum perm size settings of your JVM to -Xmx1024m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m. Consult your web application server documentation for installation instructions.

see the “Architecture” chapter of the BusinessObjects Enterprise Deployment Planning Guide.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You can choose to deploy all web application resources together on a single web application server (standalone mode). you must have BusinessObjects Enterprise installed . This document is available at http://support. Related Topics • • Minimum user rights for deploying web applications on page 18 To deploy web applications on a remote machine on page 194 Overview for using wdeploy The wdeploy command-line tool is included with BusinessObjects Enterprise to assist you in the command-line deployment of WAR files to your web application server. If the target web application server is on the same machine on which BusinessObjects Enterprise is installed you can proceed to run the wdeploy script. or to separate dynamic and static content for deployment onto de-paired web and web application servers (distributed mode). See the section on how to configure firewalls in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Deployment Planning Guide.including all the required WAR files. 158 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. If the target web application server is hosted on a remote machine you will have to follow specific steps for preparing the wdeploy environment.businessobjects. Note: If you have a firewall between the machine running your Java application server and your other BusinessObjects Enterprise servers.com. For detailed information on wdeploy see Deploying BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Applications using wdeploy. For more information about the system architecture of an installation of BusinessObjects Enterprise. you must perform additional system configuration. Prerequisites for using wdeploy To deploy BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications to a web application server.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Note: The wdeploy tool is also available as a stand-alone package on the product distribution media under the following directory: Collater als\Tools\wdeploy.

BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. This file is located in <INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\. the configuration file for weblogic 9. It is recommended that you use the same user account for installing BusinessObjects Enterprise and your web application server. For example.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 How to use wdeploy To use wdeploy .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 159 . Note: Parameters specified on the command-line override parameters in the wdeploy configuration file.2 is config. Ensure that you have the minimum user rights for the web application server. The following table lists the required wdeploy configuration file details that must be specified for each supported web application server. the specific configuration file for your web application server must be properly configured.we blogic9.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 160 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. • as_admin_password: WebSphere administrator account password (for example "password"). Note: Values for as_admin_username and as_ad min_password must be set when as_admin_is_se cure is true"). Note: If as_admin_is_secure is false.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Web application server WebSphere 6. ws_instance: The name of the web server where the application is installed. as_admin_username: WebSphere administrator account username (for example "administrator"). Note: If as_admin_is_secure is false. as_virtual_host: The virtual host to which the application must be bound (for example "default_host"). as_admin_is_secure: Instructs wdeploy that WebSphere security is enabled (for example "false"). a value for as_admin_password does not need to be specified. • • • as_instance: The name of your WebSphere application server instance (for example "server1"). • • • as_dir: WebSphere installation directory (for example "C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer"). a value for as_admin_username does not need to be specified.1 Required Configuration details • • as_admin_port: The SOAP Connector Port of the application server (for example "8880"). in distributed mode (for example "server1"). enforce_file_limit: Indicates to wdeploy whether or not the web application server may encounter issues loading applications that contain more than 65 535 files ("True" by default).

as_dir: Weblogic domain directory (for example "C:\bea\weblogic10\user_projects\do mains\base_domain"). as_admin_password: WebLogic administrator account password (for example "weblogic"). as_dir: Weblogic domain directory (for example "C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain").0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 161 . as_admin_port: Administration port of the application server (for example "7001").2 • • • • • BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. as_instance: The name of your WebLogic application server instance (for example "AdminServer"). as_admin_username: WebLogic administrator account username (for example "weblogic").Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Web application server WebLogic 10 Required Configuration details • • • • • as_admin_port: Administration port of the application server (for example "7001"). WebLogic 9. as_instance: The name of your WebLogic application server instance (for example "AdminServer"). as_admin_password: WebLogic administrator account password (for example "weblogic"). as_admin_username: WebLogic administrator account username (for example "weblogic").

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . as_service_key_value: Tomcat's Java parameters. as_admin_username: the administrator username (for example "Administrator").0\$as_service_name\Parameters\Java"). and the value of the registry key as_server_key. (for example "AS2"). as_dir : Installation directory of the web application server (for example "C:\wdeploy\appserver\Tomcat5520"). as_sid: the SAP system id of the target instance. SAP Application Server 7.0 • • • • • • 162 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. as_admin_password: the administrator password (for example "password").5 Required Configuration details • • • • • as_instance : Name of the web application server instance currently used (for example "localhost").12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Web application server Tomcat 5. as_instance: The name of your application server instance (for example "JC01"). as_dir: The location of your application server (for example "C:\Program Files\SAP"). as_service_key: Name of the Windows registry key used by Tomcat to specify Java parameters (for example "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apache Software Foundation\Procrun 2. as_service_name : The name of the Windows service (when the application server is installed as a Windows service) (for example "Tomcat5"). as_admin port: the port number used by the server (for example "50104").

as_dir: The location of the JBoss application server (for example "C:\Program Files\jboss-4.com").1. This is the request port of the notification server.0. • • • as_dir: Oracle Application Server installation directory (for example "C:\product\10.GA").product. Note: If as_admin_is_secure is not enabled. you will still have to specify the username and password to access the server. found in the <notification-server> section of configuration file opmn. as_admin_is_secure: Instructs wdeploy that Oracle Application Server SSL security is enabled (for example "false").4.3\OracleAS_1"). as_admin_username: Oracle Application Server administrator account username (for example "ocjadmin"). as_group_id: Name of the server group to which the target application belongs (for example "Default_group").0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 163 . JBoss 4 • • Note: BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Web application server Required Configuration details Oracle Application • Server 10 G R3 • • • • as_admin_port: Administration port of the application server. as_admin_password: Oracle Application Server administrator account password (for example "oracle10g").xml (for example "6003").businessobjects. as_instance: The name of the JBoss application server instance (for example "default").BO-AMIT. as_appserver_name: Name of the target application server (for example "oracle10g. as_instance: The name of your Oracle Application Server application server instance (for example "home").

Tip: You can drop the deployable war files to non-default location by passing the parameter -Dwork_dir=your desired location as part of the wdeploy command. • deploy/deployall: Predeploy then deploy web applications. All other web applications can only be manually removed using the web application server's administrative console.log For example: wdeploy.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .bat <appserver> deployall >> <logfilename>. • undeploy/undeployall: Undeploy web applications. • deployonly/depolyonlyall: Deploy web applications. only web applications deployed through the installer or wdeploy will be undeployed. For more detailed information on wdeploy see Deploying BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Applications using wdeploy.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Run the wdeploy script by opening command line console and typing the following: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\wdeploy.log Note: The <appserver> must be same as the web application server used in the configuration filename (for example. config. For information on all options available for wdeploy see Deploying BusinessObjects Enterprise Web Applications using wdeploy.bat weblogic9 deployall >> C:\mylog. 164 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: If you use the undeploy and undeployall commands.weblogic9). Related Topics • • Minimum user rights for deploying web applications on page 18 To deploy web applications on a remote machine on page 194 Options for using wdeploy There are several actions that can be performed the wdeploy tool to control the web application deployment process: • predeploy/predeployall: Predeploy web applications.

For example: • http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/INFOVIEW_CONTEXT • http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/CMC_CONTEXT Replace WAS_HOSTNAME with the hostname or IP address of your web application server.bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. make sure that InfoView and the Central Management Console can be launched in a web browser.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Note: The wdeploy command does not create a log file. but does not deploy the web application to the web application server. and PORT with the port number used for either HTTP or HTTPS communication. Deploying to web application servers with wdeploy Deploying to WebSphere with wdeploy Using predeploy and predeployall The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. redirect its output to a file using the greater-than redirect operator (>). the default context used for the CMC is CmcApp.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 165 . then copies the web application to <INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\workdir\WebAppServer_VERSION. After deploying web applications To verify the web application server configuration. The default root context used for InfoView is In foViewApp. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications. wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to WebSphere. To persist the output generated by wdeploy.

Example 1: using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a predeployed InfoView to WebSphere. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications. wdeploy. which is then deployed to the web application server. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to WebSphere. 166 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. wdeploy. wdeploy.bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 deployonlyall Using deploy and deployall The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to WebSphere.bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 predeployall Using deployonly and deployonlyall The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications.

bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy. InfoView to WebSphere. then deploy. then deploy. all web applications to WebSphere. The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 167 . wdeploy.bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 deployall Using undeploy and undeployall The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server.bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 -DAPP=InfoViewApp undeploy Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from WebSphere. wdeploy.bat websphere6 -Das_dir=C:\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer -Das_instance=server1 -Das_virtual_host=default_host -Das_admin_port=8880 undeployall BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from WebSphere. wdeploy.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy.

follow the instructions below.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Disable WebSphere JSF implementation If pages rendered by WebSphere do not show cached values correctly. To correct this problem. Browse to YOUR_WEB_APPLICATION > Manage Modules > YOUR_WEB_APPLICATION. 5. you can set up a separate. CmcAppActions. dedicated. Log in to the "WebSphere Application Server Administration" console using the following URL: http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/admin. Note: This configuration requires that you use the wdeploy command to split web application resources into static and dynamic content that can be deployed to separate web and web application servers. Repeat these steps for all other web applications that use JSF. it may be using its own version of the Java Server Faces (JSF) library. All static content will be served by the web server. 4. To disable the JSF implementation supplied with WebSphere. you must manually reconfigure WebSphere for each web application that uses JSF: CmcApp.war Replace YOUR_WEB_APPLICATION in the example above with the name of your web application. 3. 1. 168 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. so its settings can be modified. while dynamic content will be served by the web application server. To deploy to separate IHS web and WebSphere web application servers To reduce the load on a web application server. web server to serve static content. Cached values are now displayed correctly. Select Classes loaded with application class loader first from the combo box. rather than the JSF implementation supplied with BusinessObjects Enterprise. Restart the web application. The WebSphere administration console's default port number is 9060. Reload pages that display cached values. and PlatformServices. 2. Stop the web application.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

and a port number if the server is not listening on port 80. If the web application server is installed on the same machine as BusinessObjects Enterprise. This is known as "distributed" mode. Ensure that the bridge between the web server and web application server is working by pointing a browser to the web server and verifying that dynamic content from the web application server is served correctly. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the web application server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 169 .mycompany. Note: If you have any existing BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications running on the server. See To deploy web applications on a remote machine. 6. 4. For example: http://myappserver.com:80/snoop/.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 1. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the web server. Set up an IBM HTTP Server (IHS) web server and ensure that it is working correctly. The wdeploy configuration files for IHS and WebSphere are located in <INSTALLDIR>\deployment. run wdeploy locally on that machine.com:9080. 7. and a port number. Requests for dynamic resources are now forwarded to WebSphere when received by IHS. Configure wdeploy environment to separate content between the web server and the web application server. visit the URL: http://mywebserver.com:80. 5. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Follow the plug-in configuration instructions on the WebSphere web site for configuring the bridge between IHS and WebSphere. For example: http://mywebserver. you must copy the wdeploy command and environment to the web application server. they must be undeployed before continuing. to verify that the web server is serving content correctly. Ensure that your WebSphere web application server is working correctly.mycompany. Load a web page. For example. 2. 3. Run the web server plug-in installation wizard to install the plug-in that bridges WebSphere with IHS.mycompa ny. such as the IHS default test page. and follow the directions to enter information about your IHS web server. If the web application server runs on a different machine.

2\htdocs • Edit config.2 connector_type=websphere6 deployment_dir=C:\Program Files\Apache Software Founda tion\Apache 2.log Note: If your dynamic and static content are in a custom location. use the -Dwork_dir parameter. 170 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.apache. Use wdeploy predeploy in distributed mode to split source web applications into separate static and dynamic resources. 9. If IHS and WebSphere are on the same machine. For example: #Business Objects Configuration Utility ws_dir=C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache 2.bat websphere6 -Das_mode=distributed -Dws_type=apache deployonlyall >> wdeploy.bat websphere6 -Das_mode=distributed -Dws_type=apache predeployall >> wdeploy. For example: #Business Objects Configuration Utility as_admin_port=8880 as_admin_username=admin as_admin_password=password as_dir=C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer as_instance=server1 as_virtual_host=default_host as_admin_is_secure=false enforce_file_limit=true 8.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy • Edit config.websphere6. For example: • Run the following command to extract static content for the IHS web server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . static and dynamic content will be automatically deployed to servers by the following command: wdeploy.log The dynamic content of web applications is located in: <INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\workdir\websphere6\application. wdeploy. Run wdeploy deployonlyall command to deploy the dynamic content to WebSphere application server and static content to IHS. The static content is located in: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\web sphere6\resources.

use the -Dwork_dir parameter. For example. dynamic content will be automatically deployed to WebSphere by the following command. Ensure that both static and dynamic content are correctly configured by trying to access a web application through the web server.xml file from the application server to the web server using the administrative console. 11.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 If IHS and WebSphere are on different machines. click Servers > Web server. then click Propagate Plug-in. Copy these folders from the WebSphere web application server to the IHS <WS_DIR>\htdocs folder on the IHS server. Update IHS httpd. Copy the bobj. Select the web server. • For all other web servers. Propagate the plugin-cfg. Select the web server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 171 . For example.log Note: If your dynamic and static content are in a custom location.xml from the <pro file_root>/con fig/cells/<cell_name>/nodes/node_name/servers/<Web_serv er_name> directory on the WebSphere web application server to the <plugins_root>/config/<Web_server_name> directory on the IHS web server.conf files from the WebSphere web application server to the IHS <WS_DIR>\conf folder on the IHS server. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.<application>. then click Propagate Plug-in.bat websphere6 -Das_mode=distributed -deployonlyall >> wdeploy.conf under <WS_DIR>\conf with the application config files. you must include an entry in httpd.com:80/CmcApp/. copy plugin-cfg. you would enter: Include conf\bobj. wdeploy. Copy static content to the htdocs directory on the web server: • • • • Extract the zip files on the web application server under <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\websphere6\resources. Web servers other than IHS require manual propagation. to include AnalyticalReporting. create a URL that includes the address of the web server with the root context of a web application deployed to the web application server: http://mywebserver. Click Servers > Web server.mycompany.conf 10.conf. Static content must be manually deployed to the remote IHS machine afterwards. • For IHS.AnalyticalReporting. In this example. For each web application.

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Deploying to WebLogic with wdeploy
Using predeploy and predeployall

The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application, then copies the WAR application to <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\WebAppServer_VERSION, but does not deploy the web application to the web application server. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic9 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy

Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic10 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic predeployall

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Using deployonly and deployonlyall

The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications. Example 1: using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a predeployed InfoView to WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic9 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly

Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic10 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic deployonlyall

Using deploy and deployall

The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application, which is then deployed to the web application server. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command. Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy, then deploy, InfoView to WebLogic.
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-DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy

Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy, then deploy, all web applications to WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic10 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic deployall

Using undeploy and undeployall

The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server. The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications. Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic9 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic -DAPP=InfoViewApp undeploy

Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from WebLogic.
wdeploy.bat weblogic10 -Das_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain -Das_admin_port=7001 -Das_instance=AdminServer -Das_admin_username=weblogic -Das_admin_password=weblogic undeployall

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To deploy to separate Apache web and WebLogic web application servers
To reduce the load on a web application server, you can set up a separate, dedicated, web server to serve static content. All static content will be served by the web server, while dynamic content will be served by the web application server.
Note: This configuration requires that you use the wdeploy command to

split web application resources into static and dynamic content that can be deployed to separate web and web application servers. 1. Set up the Apache web server and ensure that it is working correctly. Load a web page, such as Apache's default test page, to verify that the web server is serving content correctly. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the web server, and a port number if the server is not listening on port 80. For example: http://mywebserver.mycompany.com:80. 2. Ensure that your WebLogic web application server is working correctly. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the web application server, and a port number. For example: http://myappserver.mycompany.com:7001.
Note: If you have any existing BusinessObjects Enterprise web

applications running on the server, they must be undeployed before continuing. 3. Download the WebLogic Apache HTTP Server Plug-In from the BEA web site. The plug-in allows you to connect an Apache web server with a WebLogic web application server, so Apache can forward requests for dynamic resources to WebLogic. 4. Follow the plug-in configuration instructions on the BEA web site for configuring the bridge between Apache web server and WebLogic. Requests for dynamic resources are now forwarded to WebLogic when received by Apache. 5. Ensure that the bridge between the web server and web application server is working by pointing a browser to the web server and verifying that dynamic content from the web application server is served correctly. For example, visit the URL: http://mywebserver.mycompa ny.com:80/jsp-examples/. 6. If the web application server is installed on the same machine as BusinessObjects Enterprise, run wdeploy locally on that machine. If the

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web application server runs on a different machine, you must copy the wdeploy command and environment to the web application server. See To deploy web applications on a remote machine. 7. Configure wdeploy environment to separate content between the web server and the web application server. This is known as "distributed" mode. The wdeploy configuration files for Apache and WebLogic are located in <INSTALLDIR>\deployment. • Edit config.weblogic9 or config.weblogic10. For example:
#Business Objects Configuration Utility as_admin_port=7001 as_admin_username=weblogic as_admin_password=weblogic as_instance=AdminServer as_dir=C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain

Edit config.apache. For example:
#Business Objects Configuration Utility ws_dir=C:\Webserver\Apache224 connector_type=weblogic9 deployment_dir=C:\Webserver\Apache224\htdocs

8. Use wdeploy predeploy in distributed mode to split source web applications into separate static and dynamic resources. For example: • Run the following command to extract static content for the Apache web server.
wdeploy.bat weblogic9 -Das_mode=distributed -Dws_type=apache predeployall >> wdeploy.log

The dynamic content in: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\weblog ic9\application. Static content is located in: <INSTALLDIR>\deploy ment\workdir\weblogic9\resources. 9. Run wdeploy deployonlyall command to deploy the dynamic content to WebLogic application server and static content to Apache. If Apache and WebLogic are on the same machine, static and dynamic content will be automatically deployed to the servers by the following command:
wdeploy.bat weblogic9 -Das_mode=distributed -Dws_type=apache deployonlyall >> wdeploy.log

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conf • Static content is now served by a dedicated web server. For example. Related Topics • • How to use wdeploy on page 159 To deploy web applications on a remote machine on page 194 Deploying to Tomcat with wdeploy Using predeploy and predeployall The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. If Apache and WebLogic are on different machines.conf under <WS_DIR>\conf with the application config files. Static content must be manually deployed to the remote Apache machine afterwards. Copy the bobj. For each web application.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 177 .bat weblogic9 -Das_mode=distributed -predeployall >> wdeploy.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Note: If your dynamic and static content are in a custom location.log Note: If your dynamic and static content are in a custom location. Update Apache httpd. use the -Dwork_dir parameter. dynamic content will be automatically deployed to WebLogic by the following command.AnalyticalReporting.conf. to include AnalyticalReporting. wdeploy. you would enter: Include conf\bobj. use the -Dwork_dir parameter. you must include an entry in httpd.conf files from the WebLogic web application server to the Apache <WS_DIR>\conf folder on the Apache server. then copies the WAR application to <IN BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and dynamic content is served by a dedicated web application server. Copy these folders from the WebLogic web application server to the Apache <WS_DIR>\htdocs folder on the Apache server. Copy static content to the htdocs directory on the web server: • • • Extract the zip files on the web application server under <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\WebLogic6\resources.<application>.

wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to Tomcat.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\tomcat55. but does not deploy the web application to the web application server. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications. wdeploy. wdeploy. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 deployonlyall 178 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Example 1: using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a InfoView to Tomcat.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 predeployall Using deployonly and deployonlyall The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to Tomcat. wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to Tomcat.

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Using deploy and deployall

The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application, which is then deployed to the web application server. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command. Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy, then deploy, InfoView to Tomcat.
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy

Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy, then deploy, all web applications to Tomcat.
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 deployall

Using undeploy and undeployall

The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server. The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications. Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from Tomcat.
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -DAPP=InfoViewApp -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 undeploy

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Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from Tomcat.
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat5 undeployall

Related Topics

After deploying web applications on page 204

To deploy to separate Apache web and Tomcat web application servers
To reduce the load on a web application server, you can set up a separate, dedicated, web server to serve static content. All static content will be served by the web server, while dynamic content will be served by the web application server.
Note: This configuration requires that you use the wdeploy command to

split web application resources into static and dynamic content that can be deployed to separate web and web application servers. 1. Set up the Apache web server and ensure that it is working correctly. Load a web page, such as Apache's default test page, to verify that the web server is serving content correctly. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the web server, and a port number if the server is not listening on port 80. For example: http://mywebserver.mycompany.com:80. 2. Ensure that your Tomcat web application server is working correctly. Open a web browser and enter the IP address or hostname of the web application server, and a port number. For example: http://myappserver.mycompany.com:8080.
Note: If you have any existing BusinessObjects Enterprise web

applications running on the server, they must be undeployed before continuing. 3. Download the Apache Tomcat connector from the Tomcat web site. The Apache Tomcat connector allows you to connect an Apache web server with a Tomcat web application server, so Apache can forward requests for dynamic resources to Tomcat.

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4. Follow the plug-in configuration instructions on the Apache web site for configuring the bridge between Apache web server and Tomcat web application server. Requests for dynamic resources are now forwarded to Tomcat when received by Apache. 5. Ensure that the bridge between the web server and web application server is working by pointing a browser to the web server and verifying that dynamic content from the web application server is served correctly. For example, visit the URL: http://mywebserver.mycompa ny.com:80/jsp-examples/. 6. If the web application server is installed on the same machine as BusinessObjects Enterprise, run wdeploy locally on that machine. If the web application server runs on a different machine, you must copy the wdeploy command and environment to the web application server. See To deploy web applications on a remote machine. 7. Configure wdeploy environment to separate content between the web server and the web application server. This is known as "distributed" mode. The wdeploy configuration files for Apache and Tomcat are located in <INSTALLDIR>\deployment. • Edit config.tomcat55. For example:
#Business Objects Configuration Utility as_dir=C:\Appserver\Tomcat5520 as_instance=localhost as_service_name=Tomcat5 as_service_key=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apache Software Foundation\ Procrun 2.0\Tomcat5\Parameters\Java as_service_key_value=Options

Edit config.apache. For example:
#Business Objects Configuration Utility ws_dir=C:\Webserver\Apache224 connector_type=tomcat55 deployment_dir=C:\Webserver\Apache224\htdocs

8. Use wdeploy predeploy in distributed mode to split source web applications into separate static and dynamic resources. For example:

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Run the following command to extract static content for the Apache web server.
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_mode=distributed -Dws_type=apache predeployall >> wdeploy.log

9. Run wdeploy deployonlyall command to deploy the dynamic content to Tomcat application server and static content to Apache. If Apache and Tomcat are on the same machine, static and dynamic content will be automatically deployed to servers by the following command:
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_mode=distributed -Dws_type=apache deployonlyall >> wdeploy.log

Note: If your dynamic and static content are in a custom location, use

the -Dwork_dir parameter. If Apache and Tomcat are on different machines, dynamic content will be automatically deployed to Tomcat by the following command. Static content must be manually deployed to the remote Apache machine afterwards.
wdeploy.bat tomcat55 -Das_mode=distributed -deployonlyall >> wdeploy.log

Note: If your dynamic and static content are in a custom location, use

the -Dwork_dir parameter. Copy static content to the htdocs directory on the web server: • • • Extract the zip files on the web application server under <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\Tomcat55\resources. Copy these folders from the Tomcat web application server to the Apache <WS_DIR>\htdocs folder on the Apache server. Copy the bobj.<application>.conf files from the Tomcat web application server to the Apache <WS_DIR>\conf folder on the Apache server. Update Apache httpd.conf under <WS_DIR>\conf with the application config files. For each web application, you must include an entry in httpd.conf. For example, to include AnalyticalReporting, you would enter:
Include conf\bobj.AnalyticalReporting.conf

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Deploying to Oracle with wdeploy
Using predeploy and predeployall

The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application, then copies the WAR application to <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\oas1013, but does not deploy the web application to the web application server. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to Oracle Application Server.
wdeploy.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy

Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to Oracle Application Server.
wdeploy.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 predeployall

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Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy. then deploy. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications. wdeploy. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command. InfoView to Oracle Application Server.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 deployonlyall Using deploy and deployall The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to Oracle Application Server. wdeploy. which is then deployed to the web application server. Example 1: using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a predeployed InfoView to Oracle Application Server. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 184 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. wdeploy.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Using deployonly and deployonlyall The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

all web applications to Oracle Application Server. wdeploy.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. then deploy.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 185 . The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications. wdeploy. wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from Oracle Application Server.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 -DAPP=InfoViewApp undeploy Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from Oracle Application Server.bat oas1013 -Das_dir=C:\Oracle10gASR3\OracleAS_1 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 deployall Using undeploy and undeployall The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 -Das_instance=home -Das_appserver_name=oc4j_inst1 -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy.

then copies the WAR application to <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\nw2004. wdeploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 predeployall 186 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to SAP Application Server. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy -Das_group_id=default_group -Das_admin_port=6003 -Das_admin_username=oc4jadmin -Das_admin_password=oracle12 undeployall Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying to SAP Application Server with wdeploy Using predeploy and predeployall The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. but does not deploy the web application to the web application server. wdeploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to SAP Application Server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .

wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to SAP Application Server. which is then deployed to the web application server. wdeploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Using deployonly and deployonlyall The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 deployonlyall Using deploy and deployall The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. then deploy. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command. InfoView to SAP Application Server. wdeploy. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 187 . Example 1: using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a predeployed InfoView to SAP Application Server. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications.

Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from SAP Application Server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . wdeploy.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy. wdeploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 undeployall 188 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications. then deploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 deployall Using undeploy and undeployall The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server. wdeploy.bat nw2004 -Das_dir=C:\SAP -Das_instance=server1 -Das_sid=AS2 -Das_admin_username=Administrator -Das_admin_password=password1 -Das_admin_port=50000 -DAPP=InfoViewApp undeploy Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from SAP Application Server. all web applications to SAP Application Server.

0. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to JBoss.3.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4. Using predeploy and predeployall The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. but does not deploy the web application to the web application server.jboss.properties file .class loader scoping in the JBoss Development Process Guide: http://docs.4.sar/jsf• • libs JBOSS_HOME/server/default/tmp JBOSS_HOME/server/default/work Note: To use the Javalog4j logging included with BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the following directories must be removed and JBoss restarted: • JBOSS_HOME/server/default/deploy/jbossweb-tomcat55.GA -Das_instance=default -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to JBoss. To disable JSF. wdeploy.7 Using your own log4j.0. refer to section 10.0. wdeploy.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4.GA BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying to JBoss with wdeploy The Java Server Faces (JSF) bundled with the JBoss web application servers must be disabled for the Central Management Console (CMC) and InfoView web clients to work correctly. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 189 .html#d0e3341.4.org/process-guide/en/html/logging. then copies the WAR application to <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\jboss404.

bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4. wdeploy.0. then deploy.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy -Das_instance=default predeployall Using deployonly and deployonlyall The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command.GA -Das_instance=default -DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy 190 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . InfoView to JBoss. wdeploy. which is then deployed to the web application server.0.GA -Das_instance=default -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to JBoss.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4.0. Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy.4. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command.GA -Das_instance=default deployonlyall Using deploy and deployall The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications.4. Example 1: InfoView using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a predeployed InfoView to JBoss.4. wdeploy.

Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy. then copies the WAR application to <IN STALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\wasce20. wdeploy. The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications.GA -Das_instance=default -DAPP=InfoViewApp undeploy Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from JBoss.0. The predeployall command performs the predeploy command for all web applications.4. wdeploy.4. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 191 .4. all web applications to JBoss. then deploy.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4. but does not deploy the web application to the web application server. wdeploy.0.bat jboss404 -Das_dir=C:\jboss-4.GA -Das_instance=default deployall Using undeploy and undeployall The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server. Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from JBoss.0.GA -Das_instance=default undeployall Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying to WebSphere Community Edition with wdeploy Using predeploy and predeployall The predeploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to predeploy InfoView to WebSphere Community Edition.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to predeploy all web applications to WebSphere Community Edition.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 predeployall Using deployonly and deployonlyall The deployonly command deploys a web application that is specifically configured for the target web application server.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 deployonlyall 192 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. wdeploy. The deployonlyall command performs the deployonly command for all web applications.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deployonly Example 2: using wdeploy deployonlyall to deploy all predeployed web applications to WebSphere Community Edition. wdeploy. wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy deployonly to deploy a predeployed InfoView to WebSphere Community Edition. wdeploy.

then deploy. wdeploy. Example 1: using wdeploy deploy to predeploy.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 -DAPP=InfoViewApp deploy Example 2: using wdeploy deployall to predeploy.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 -DAPP=InfoViewApp undeploy BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. wdeploy. Running deploy is equivalent to running a predeploy command followed by a deployonly command. wdeploy.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 deployall Using undeploy and undeployall The undeploy command uninstalls a previously deployed web application from the web application server. Running deployall is equivalent to running a predeployall command followed by a deployonlyall command. all web applications to WebSphere Community Edition.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 193 .Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Using deploy and deployall The deploy command creates resources and configuration files for a specific web application. The undeployall command performs the undeploy command for all web applications. The deployall command performs the deploy command for all web applications. InfoView to WebSphere Community Edition. Example 1: using wdeploy undeploy to undeploy InfoView from WebSphere Community Edition. then deploy. which is then deployed to the web application server.

Tip: Although you can customize the folder structure to meet your specific requirements. • <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\.0\ <INSTALLDIR>\caf\ These directories reflect the default directory structure installed on Box 1. Copy the following files from Box 1 to Box 2.0\java\applications\ <INSTALLDIR>\Performance Management 12. and Box 2 is the remote machine on which no BusinessObjects Enterprise resources are currently installed. • <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise • • 12.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Create on Box 2 the following directories.bat wasce20 -Das_dir=C:\Program Files\ibm\WebSphere\AppServerCommunityEdi tion -Das_instance=server1 -Das_admin_port=1099 undeployall Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 To deploy web applications on a remote machine Use the procedure below to deploy web applications to a remote machine. The wdeploy folder will contain the wdeploy scripts and configuration files. 2. wdeploy. • Copy all the contents under <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\ Note: This content is also available on the product distribution media under the following directory: Collaterals\Tools\wDeploy 194 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. In this procedure Box 1 refers to the machine hosting your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. 1.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy Example 2: using wdeploy undeployall to undeploy all web applications from WebSphere Community Edition. it is recommended that you maintain files within the same folder structure or hierarchy in Box 2 as in Box 1.

to modify the configuration file for WebLogic 9. Configure the war file directory for each web application. Set the Java_Home environment variable to JDK 1. you would set the value of war_dir in <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\apps\ CrystalReports. Open the properties file under <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\apps and modify the properties file for each web application (e.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 12 Tip: Remove the contents under <INSTALLDIR>/bobje/deploy ment/workdir after the file copy if that folder is not empty.0\java\applications\CrystalReports. b.war.properties).0\ copy Init Config. For example.properties Copy the contents of <INSTALLDIR>\caf\ 3. If you keep all the war files in the same folder.g CrystalRe ports.<appserver> . 4.0\java\applications From <INSTALLDIR>\Performance Management 12. Modify the wdeploy configuration file for your web application server. 5.properties to war_dir=C:\Program Files\ Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.war c. You must provide all the required information to enable wdeploy to deploy the web application. Enter the following parameter in a new line: war_dir The value of the parameter is the war file path name. a. • • • Copy all the contents under <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. If you are going to deploy CrystalReports. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.5 directory. you don't need to configure the war file directory for each web application. you would modify the file to: as_dir=C:\bea92\user_projects\domains\base_domain as_instance=AdminServer as_admin_port=7001 as_admin_username=weblogic as_admin_password=weblogic The configuration file is located in the following directory:<INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\config. skip to step 5.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 195 . Repeat steps a-b for all the web applications you want to deploy to your web application server.

Related Topics • • How to use wdeploy on page 159 Prerequisites for using wdeploy on page 157 196 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The modified file should look like the example below. The web.xml file is located in: \PerformanceManagement\WEB-INF. If the Performance Management 12. Repackage PerformanceManagement. Set the af. Tip: You can drop the deployable war files to non-default location by passing the parameter -Dwork_dir=your desired location as part of the wdeploy command.xml file to the location of the InitConfig.war.war from the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.configdir</param-name> <param-value>C:\Performance Management 12.0</param-value> </context-param> c.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .configdir parameter in theweb.properties file. 7.log You can pass the -Dwar_dir (with the path to the WAR files) in the command line to specify the location from which wdeploy accesses non customized WAR files. Run the wdeploy script from its location in Box 2 by opening command line console and entering the following: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\wdeploy.0 files you copied in step 2 are not located under the same folder structure as Box 1. Extract PerformanceManagement.0\java\applications\ b.0\java\ applications\” >> <logfilename>. <context-param> <param-name>af.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Deploying with wdeploy 6. to deploy Performance Management you must do the following: a.bat <appserver> deployall -Dwar_dir=“<INSTALLDIR>\ BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.

0\java\applications\ The following table summarizes the relationship between the WAR files and specific web applications in a BusinessObjects Enterprise deployment.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 197 . InfoView BusinessProcessBI Web services components CmcApp CmcAppActions CrystalReports dswsbobje InfoViewApp CMC (entry point) CMC Crystal Reports. InfoView ment PlatformServices PMC_Help CMC. Desktop Intelligence. CMC. CMC. InfoView Web services components InfoView (entry point) InfoViewAppActions InfoView OpenDocument Open Document PerformanceManage Performance Management. Once you have installed BusinessObjects Enterprise the source files are available in the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 Manually deploying to a web application server BusinessObjects Enterprise WAR files BusinessObjects Enterprise separates web application functionality into several Web ARchive (WAR) files. making it easier to deploy only the web applications required by your organization. CMC. InfoView Performance Management BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. WAR file AdminTools AnalyticalReport ing Used by Query Builder Web Intelligence.

CmcAp pActions CrystalRe ports dswsbobje /CmcAppActions /CrystalReports /dswsbobje 198 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server WAR file VoyagerClient XCelsius Used by CMC. The following table lists the context roots that must be used. unless otherwise noted. For example.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . can be deployed to fix context root locations on your web application server. WAR file AdminTools Analytical Reporting WAS context path (default) /AdminTools /AnalyticalReporting BusinessPro /BusinessProcessBI cessBI CmcApp /CmcApp Note: You may use a different root context for CmcApp as long as the root context matches the name of the WAR file. with the exception of InfoViewApp and CmcApp. InfoView Xcelsius data presentation XCTemplateUploader Xcelsius data presentation WAR file context roots All WAR files.war. a root context of /MyOrgCmc requires the WAR file to be named MyOrgCmc.

InfoViewAp pActions OpenDocu ment /InfoViewAppActions /OpenDocument Performance /PerformanceManagement Management PlatformSer /PlatformServices vices PMC_Help Voyager Client XCelsius /PMC_Help /VoyagerClient /XCelsius XCTemplateU /XCTemplateUploader ploader Guidelines for deploying WAR files To successfully deploy the WAR files and to ensure your BusinessObjects web applications run properly. The order in which you deploy the WAR files for your web applications does not matter. you should use the following guidelines. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. However. Your web application server must be installed and running before you deploy any WAR file. there is a specific order you must follow. 2. For more information see “Modifying Default Security Behavior ” in the BusinessObjects Enterprise Administrator's Guide. 1. a root context of/MyOrgInfo requires the WAR file to be named MyOrgInfo.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 WAR file WAS context path (default) InfoViewApp /InfoViewApp Note: You may use a different root context for InfoViewApp as long as the root context matches the name of the WAR file.war. if your deployment environment involves reverse proxy. For example.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 199 .

As a general rule.default</param-name> <param-value>/NewCMC/App/appService. each WAR file must reside within the same level of the context path. <context-param> <param-name>appservice.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5520 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat55 -DAPP=InfoViewApp predeploy 200 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 4.url. 1. Change CmcApp in the <param-value> tag shown below. you must update the appservice.war and CmcAppActions. or wdeploy predeployall to prepare all web applications. To rename CmcApp. The wdeploy tool must be used to generate deployable WAR files before they can be deployed to your web application server. When deploying a web application with functionality shared between multiple WAR files.xml file located in the WEB-INF directory of the CmcApp. If the application server is located on a machine other than your BusinessObjects Enterprise machine.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .jsp</param-value> </context-param> To manually deploy web applications Ensure that your web application server and CMS are both running. The following steps will deploy a web application on a web application server using the application server's administrative console. to the new application name. follow the steps in To prepare a manual deployment on a remote machine. wdeploy.url. Run the wdeploy predeploy command to prepare a single web application. To rename InfoViewApp you can rename the application using the web application server administration console.default parameter in the web. Example 1: using wdeploy predeploy to prepare InfoViewApp for deployment to Tomcat. Note: • • Only two web applications can be renamed: InfoViewApp and CmcApp.war.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 3. do not rename the WAR files.

Your web applications can now be manually deployed on your web application server. Create on Box 2 the following directories. 1. Follow the manual deployment procedure specific to your web application server. In this procedure Box 1 refers to the machine hosting your BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. Repeat these steps for any other web applications that need to be installed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 201 . wdeploy. The wdeploy command creates WAR or EAR files in <INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\workdir\<appserver>\application unless you specify the -Dwork_dir parameter. Related Topics • • • • • Where to find wdeploy on page 157 How to use wdeploy on page 159 Minimum user rights for deploying web applications on page 18 To prepare for manual deployment on a remote machine on page 201 Minimum user rights for deploying web applications on page 18 To prepare for manual deployment on a remote machine Use the procedure below to manually deploy web applications to a remote machine.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 Example 2: using wdeploy predeployall to prepare all web applications for deployment to Tomcat. and Box 2 is the remote machine on which no BusinessObjects Enterprise resources are currently installed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 2.bat tomcat55 -Das_dir=C:\Tomcat5520 -Das_instance=localhost -Das_service_name=Tomcat55 predeployall The wdeploy command will prepare the web application files for deployment on the web application server.

0\java\applications From <INSTALLDIR>\Performance Management 12. Tip: Although you can customize the folder structure to meet your specific requirements.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server • • • • <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\.0\ <INSTALLDIR>\caf\ These directories reflect the default directory structure installed on Box 1. a. Set the Java_Home environment variable to JDK 1. you don't need to configure the war file directory for each web application.g CrystalRe ports. 4.properties). Configure the war file directory for each web application. If you keep all the war files in the same folder. Copy the following files from Box 1 to Box 2. Open the properties file under <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\apps and modify the properties file for each web application (e. Enter the following parameter in a new line: war_dir The value of the parameter is the war file path name.properties Copy the contents of <INSTALLDIR>\caf\ 3.0\ copy Init Config. • • • Copy all the contents under <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. b. it is recommended that you maintain files within the same folder structure or hierarchy in Box 2 as in Box 1. <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. 2.0\java\applications\ <INSTALLDIR>\Performance Management 12.5 directory. 202 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The wdeploy folder will contain the wdeploy scripts and configuration files. • Copy all the contents under <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\ Note: This content is also available on the product distribution media under the following directory: Collaterals\Tools\wDeploy Tip: Remove the contents under <INSTALLDIR>/bobje/deploy ment/workdir after the file copy if that folder is not empty. skip to step 5.

0\java\applications\ b.war c. <context-param> <param-name>af.0</param-value> </context-param> c. to deploy Performance Management you must do the following: a. The modified file should look like the example below. If the Performance Management 12. Modify the wdeploy configuration file for your web application server.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 If you are going to deploy CrystalReports. Repackage the PerformanceManagement. you would set the value of war_dir in <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\apps\ CrystalReports.properties to war_dir=C:\Program Files\ Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. You must provide all the required information to enable wdeploy to prepare the WAR file for manual deployment. to modify the configuration file for WebLogic 9. 6. Theweb. you would modify the file to: as_dir=C:\bea92\user_projects\domains\base_domain as_instance=AdminServer as_admin_port=7001 as_admin_username=weblogic as_admin_password=weblogic The configuration file is located in the following directory:<INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\config.war from the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0\java\applications\CrystalReports.xml file is located in: \PerformanceManagement\WEB-INF . For example. Repeat steps a-b for all the web applications you want to deploy to your web application server.<appserver>. 5.war. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 203 .war.properties file. Extract PerformanceManagement.configdir parameter in theweb.xml file to the location of the InitConfig.0 files you copied in step 2 are not located under the same folder structure as Box 1. Set the af.configdir</param-name> <param-value>C:\Performance Management 12.

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7. Run the wdeploy script from its location in Box 2 by opening command line console and entering the following:
<INSTALLDIR>\deployment\wdeploy.bat <appserver> predeployall -Dwar_dir=“<INSTALLDIR>\ BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.0\java\ applications\” >> <logfilename>.log

You can pass the -Dwar_dir (with the path to the WAR files) in the command line to specify the location from which wdeploy accesses non customized WAR files.
Tip: You can drop the deployable war files to non-default location by

passing the parameter -Dwork_dir=your desired location as part of the wdeploy command. 8. The wdeploy command creates WAR or EAR files in <INSTALLDIR>\de ployment\workdir\<appserver>\application unless you specify the -Dwork_dir parameter. Follow the manual deployment steps for your web application server. You are now prepared to manually deploy web applications on Box 2.
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After deploying web applications
To verify the web application server configuration, make sure that InfoView and the Central Management Console can be launched in a web browser. For example: • http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/INFOVIEW_CONTEXT • http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/CMC_CONTEXT Replace WAS_HOSTNAME with the hostname or IP address of your web application server, and PORT with the port number used for either HTTP or HTTPS communication. The default root context used for InfoView is In foViewApp; the default context used for the CMC is CmcApp.

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Deploying with the Administration console
Deploying with the WebSphere administrative console
Ensure that your WebSphere web application server is installed, configured, and running before deploying WAR files. Log in to the "WebSphere Application Server Administration" console using the following URL: http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/admin The WebSphere admininstration console's default port number is 9060. 1. Under the Applications heading of the console navigation menu, click Enterprise Applications on the left navigational pane. 2. Click the Install button and navigate to the location of the WAR file to deploy. 3. Enter a context root for the WAR file (e.g. CmcApp/ for CmcApp.war) and press the Next button, followed by Continue. 4. In "Step 1", give a unique name for your web application and proceed to "Step 2". 5. Highlight the server you created (or highlight server1 if you didn't create your own) from the Clusters and Servers and enable the Select checkbox. Proceed to "Step 3". 6. Select the virtual host you created (or default_host if you didn't create your own) from the Virtual Host drop-down list. Proceed to "Step 4". 7. Review the summary page, and press Finish when done. 8. Click Save to Master Configuration. 9. Click the Save link, then the Save button. 10. Under the Applications heading of the console navigation menu, click Enterprise Applications on the left navigational pane. 11. Verify that the WAR file was deployed, then click the Start button. Repeat steps 1-11 for each WAR file to deploy.
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Disable WebSphere JSF implementation
If pages rendered by WebSphere do not show cached values correctly, it may be using its own version of the Java Server Faces (JSF) library, rather than the JSF implementation supplied with BusinessObjects Enterprise. To correct this problem, you must manually reconfigure WebSphere for each web application that uses JSF: CmcApp, CmcAppActions, and PlatformServices. To disable the JSF implementation supplied with WebSphere, follow the instructions below. 1. Log in to the "WebSphere Application Server Administration" console using the following URL: http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/admin. The WebSphere administration console's default port number is 9060. 2. Browse to YOUR_WEB_APPLICATION > Manage Modules > YOUR_WEB_APPLICATION.war Replace YOUR_WEB_APPLICATION in the example above with the name of your web application. 3. Stop the web application, so its settings can be modified. 4. Select Classes loaded with application class loader first from the combo box. Restart the web application. 5. Repeat these steps for all other web applications that use JSF. Reload pages that display cached values. Cached values are now displayed correctly.

To deploy to a WebSphere cluster
To manually deploy BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications to a WebSphere web application cluster distributed over multiple machines, you need to deploy the web applications to the machine hosting the WebSphere Deployment Manager. Once all the required web applications have been installed, you can use the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console to separately deploy these applications to the cluster.
Tip: It is recommended that you install and configure a hardware or software

load balancer if running BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications on a WebSphere web application cluster. To configure the load balancer and cluster setup please consult your WebSphere documentation.

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To deploy your web applications to a WebSphere cluster use the following general workflow: 1. If BusinessObjects Enterprise is installed to the same machine hosting the WebSphere Deployment Manager, skip to step 3. If BusinessObjects Enterprise and the WebSphere Deployment Manager runs on different machines, you must first copy the wdeploy tool and environment to the machine hosting the WebSphere administration server. If you plan to deploy PerformanceManagement.war to the WebSphere cluster, you must copy InitConfig.properties from <INSTALLDIR>\Performance Management 12.0\ to each managed server and ensure the file path of InitConfig.properties is matches the value specified for af.configdir param in web.xml in PerformanceMan agement.war as shown below:
<context-param> <param-name>af.configdir</param-name> <param-value>C:\Program Files\BusniessObjects\Per formance Management 12.0 </param-value> <context-param>

Note: The InitConfig.properties file should be located in C:\Program
Files\BusniessObjects\Performance Management 12.0 on each

machine hosting a managed WebSphere server. 2. Modify the config.websphere6 file located in the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\. You need to specify information for the server administrating the cluster as shown in the following example.
as_dir=C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer as_admin_port=8779 as_virtual_host=default_host as_admin_is_secure=false enforce_file_limit=true

3. Open a command-line console and run the following command:
C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment> wdeploy.bat websphere6 predeployall

4. Open the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console. 5. Go to Applications > Enterprise Applications to separately install each web application you want to deploy from the following directory: :<INSTALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\websphere6\application\
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6. Follow the Install new application steps in the console to install the web application
Note: In "Map modules to servers", make sure that you highlight the

target cluster and select the module to install before clicking Apply. 7. After installing the application, click Save. 8. Repeat steps 5-7 for each EAR file you want to install. 9. Go to System administration > Nodes and select the nodes in the cluster that are not indicated as synchronized 10. Click Synchronize. 11. Go to Applications > Enterprise Applications to start the application you just installed.
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Deploying with the WebLogic administrative console
Ensure that your WebLogic web application server is installed, configured, and running before deploying WAR files. You must also have created a WebLogic domain in which to run BusinessObjects Enterprise. See your WebLogic documentation for information about creating a new domain.
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Deployable web applications for WebLogic are in the following format in the wdeploy workdir folder: • WebServices (ProcessBI and dswsbobje) are folders • AnalyticalReporting and PerformanceManagement are EAR files • Rest of WebApps are WAR files WebLogic deployments must use an extracted dswsbobje.war. See To deploy dswsbobje.war to WebLogic on page 211.

1. Open the "WebLogic Administrative Console" with a web browser at a http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/console where WAS_HOSTNAME is the name of your WebLogic server and PORT_NUMBER is the port number on which the server listens. The "WebLogic Server Administration Console" web page is displayed. 2. In the left-hand navigation pane, click base_domain > Deployments .

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When your WAR file has been deployed. you must press the Start button to initiate its execution. 5. Press the Install button and navigate to the WAR file you wish to deploy. you need to deploy the web applications to the machine hosting the WebLogic administration server. Once all the required web applications have been installed.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 The "Summary of Deployments" page is displayed. 4. Tip: It is recommended that you install and configure a hardware or software load balancer if running BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications on a WebLogic web application cluster. The domain is locked for editing. After installing and setting up the WebLogic cluster.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 209 . Click the Lock and Edit button in the left-hand pane. When you've selected the file and specified any other parameters in the wizard. To deploy to a WebLogic cluster use the following general workflow: 1. 6. click the Finish button to deploy the file. Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 To deploy to a WebLogic cluster To manually deploy BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications to a WebLogic cluster distributed over multiple machines. you can use the WebLogic administration console to deploy these applications to the cluster. you need to create a WebLogic XML registry using the following default settings and target it to all managed servers as shown below: Property Name Value Registry name BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 3. Press the Activate Changes button to apply you're the changes to the web application server. The WAR file is deployed to the WebLogic server. To configure the load balancer and cluster setup please consult your WebLogic documentation. Your changes are saved. The web application you deployed will now start.

processor.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .xml file located in the following directory: 210 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. You need to specify information for the server administrating the cluster as shown in the following example.properties is matches the value specified for af.weblogic.configdir</param-name> <param-value>C:\Program Files\BusniessObjects\Per formance Management 12. as_dir=c:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain as_instance=AdminServer as_admin_port=7001 as_admin_username=weblogic as_admin_password=password 4.xml in PerformanceMan agement.Transformer FactoryImpl 2.apache. If BusinessObjects Enterprise and the WebLogic administration server run on different machines.SAXParserFacto ryImpl weblogic.jaxp.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server Property Value Document Builder Facto.apache.xerces.0\ to each managed server and ensure the file path of InitConfig.weblogic9 located in the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\.war as shown below: <context-param> <param-name>af. Modify the PersistentStoreType setting in the weblogic. Modify the config.configdir param in web. you must copy InitConfig.jaxp. If BusinessObjects Enterprise is installed to the same machine hosting the WebLogic administration server.xerces.0 </param-value> <context-param> 3.war to the WebLogic cluster. you must first copy the wdeploy tool and environment to the machine hosting the WebLogic administration server.apache.weblogic10 or the config.xalan.DocumentBuilder ry FactoryImpl SAX Parser Factory Transformer Factory weblogic. skip to step 6.properties from <INSTALLDIR>\Performance Management 12. If you plan to deploy PerformanceManagement.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 211 .war to WebLogic Before deploying web services WAR file on a WebLogic application server. Extract dswsbobje.bat weblogic10 predeployall 6. 1. 7. Related Topics • • To deploy the WAR files to WebLogic 10 on page 272 To prepare the WAR files for deployment on page 271 To deploy dswsbobje. Use the WebLogic administration console to separately install each web application you want to deploy from the following directory: <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\workdir\weblogic10\application\. In the "Select deployment targets" workflow select the cluster name and All servers in the cluster. 8. the user must extract dswsbobje.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 <INSTALLDIR>\deployment\templates\weblogic.xml.war.xml settings will look like the example below: <weblogic-web-app> <session-descriptor> <session-param> <param-name>PersistentStoreType</param-name> <param-value>replicated</param-value> </session-param> </session-descriptor> 5. select all the installed applications and go to Start > Servicing all requests. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Open a command-line console and run the following command: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment> wdeploy. After the "Select deployment targets" is complete. The modifiedweblogic.war to a directory on the WebLogic web application server. Example: “Deploying the complex deployment scenario” in this manual includes a step-by-step description of how to deploy web applications to a WebLogic 10 cluster. web services applications may display the error message “An XSD Exception occurred”. If the WAR file is not extracted and redeployed.

Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying with the Tomcat administrative console Ensure that your Tomcat web application server is installed. Set the Context Path for the web application to be deployed. The list of web applications contains the dswsbobje web application. Click Activate Changes. Click Lock & Edit. • http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/manager/html 1. 13. Select the dswsbobje web application and click Start. Set the XML Configuration File setting to be an XML file that contains the context path and document base. Open the web application in a web browser to confirm that it now runs. Log on to the "WebLogic Administration Console". Select the directory and click Next. Select the dswsbobje web application and click Start. 8. and running before deploying WAR files. 4. 12. Select Install this deployment as an application and click Next. 3. The dswsbobje web application is started. but without its extension. For example: <Context docBase="<M>/WEB_APPLICATION. the context path must be MyWebApplication.war. Browse to the extracted dswsbobje. Press OK to confirm the changes. 6. 5. to deploy a web application packaged as MyWebApplica tion.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Go to Domain Structure > Deployments and click Install. Verify the settings and click Finish. 11. Log on to the "Tomcat Manager Console". 2. The context path must be the name of the WAR file. configured. 10. 9. 7.war" path="<context_path>" crossContext="false" debug="0" reloadable="false" trust ed="false"/> 212 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.war directory. A message will be displayed when the dswsbobje.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 2. For example.war web application has been successfully deployed.

Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Special considerations for deploying on Tomcat clusters To manually deploy web applications to a Tomcat web application cluster distributed over multiple machines. Click on the Deploy button. You must also have created an Oracle container for Java (OC4J) container in which to run BusinessObjects Enterprise. Replace WAS_HOSTNAME with the hostname or IP address of your web application server. 3. The Oracle Application Server Control page is displayed. and PORT with the port number used for HTTP. The default port for Oracle Application Server is 7777.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 213 . The home group is displayed under the Groups heading. In the home OC4J container. 4. Deploying with the Oracle Application Server administrative console Ensure that your Oracle Application Server web application server is installed. configured. 2. Enter the full path to the WAR file and press the Deploy button The WAR file you chose is deployed. To configure the load balancer and cluster setup please consult your Tomcat documentation. 1. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Currently deployed web applications are displayed. You can use the administrative console to deploy the BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications to the webapps subfolder in the Tomcat home directory for each server instance.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 3. Open the Oracle Application Server Enterprise Manager server page at http://WAS_HOSTNAME:PORT/em. you need to deploy the web applications on to each Tomcat instance. click on the Applications tab. Tip: It is recommended that you install and configure a hardware or software load balancer if running BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications on a Tomcat web application cluster. Click on the home OC4J container. The Deploy: Select Archive window is displayed. and running before deploying WAR files.

press Next to proceed. Ensure that the Archive is present on local host option is selected. In the Configure Web Module Class Loaders field. for InfoView. For example. 11. 9. By default. in which case select Archive is already present on the server where Application Server Control is running. The Java Server Faces (JSF) bundled with the JBoss web application servers must be disabled for the Central Management Console (CMC) and InfoView web clients to work correctly. When ready. 214 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 10. Deploy: Application Attributes is displayed. and running before deploying WAR files. Select the class loading options you want enabled for the WAR file and press Next to proceed. configured. 7. unless the web application is already running on the server. to the WAR file in the Archive Location field. click on Configure Class Loading from the Deployment Tasks section.war.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . specify the location of JAR file containing the libraries. Step 2 of 3. If your application requires any class libraries. Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying with the JBoss administrative console Ensure that your JBoss web application server is installed. the context root will contain the application name. Click on the Deploy button to complete the deployment. Press the Next button to advance to the next step in the WAR deployment wizard. or browse. 6.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 5. 8. Deploy: Deployment Settings page is displayed. Enter the full path. Enter the application name and context root of the file you wish to deploy. The Step 3 of 3. Check the output of the Progress Messages log field that web application has been deployed. the application name will be InfoView.

2. and you should see a message similar to the one shown below to confirm that the WAR deployment succeeded. 06:23:08.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 To disable JSF..html#d0e3341..war/ 06:23:09.sar\jsflibs • • JBOSS_HOME\server\default\tmp JBOSS_HOME\server\default\work Note: To use the Javalog4j logging included with BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. refer to section 10.. [ReportSourceBridge] Servlet viewrpt started.jboss./BusinessObjects Enterprise 12.org/process-guide/en/html/logging.class loader scoping in the JBoss Development Process Guide: http://docs.562 INFO. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 215 .. The following deployment paths are based upon the different levels of service: • JBOSS_HOME\server\all\deploy • JBOSS_HOME\server\default\deploy • JBOSS_HOME\server\minimal\deploy 1. Copy your WAR files to the appropriate context root sub-directory under one of the above paths. The web application will be automatically deployed by JBoss when the file is copied to the appropriate directory. Check the JBoss server log. the following directories must be removed and JBoss restarted: • JBOSS_HOME\server\default\deploy\jbossweb-tomcat55.properties file . warUrl=. First. configured.906 INFO.0/adminlaunch./tmp/deploy/tmp38470admin-exp. Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying with the SAP Application Server console Ensure that your SAP Application Server web application server is installed. and running before deploying WAR files.0. archive your web application server.7 Using your own log4j. ctxPath=.3.TomcatDeployer deploy. based upon the level of service provided by JBoss for your deployment.

The web application will now be deployed. In the "Deploy Dialog" window. If you would like to start the web application manually later. click the Deploy button instead. Ensure the myfaces-deployer system module is turned off. 4. In the "Deploy & Start" dialog window that appears. select the EAR file archive you created earlier. 1. 2. Click OK when done.0\java\applications Log in to the WebSphere"Application Server Community Edition Administrative Console" using the following URL: http://WAS_HOST NAME:PORT/console The WebSphere Community Edition admin console's default port number is 8880. verify the root context and display name properties. configured.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 1. 3. Click Deploy & Start in the Runtime tab of the right-hand pane. 5. use the directory that contains the web application code directly: <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. Connect to your J2EE engine using the Administrator account. and running before deploying web applications. Note: The wdeploy command-line deployment tool currently does not support deployment to WebSphere Community Edition.bat from <SAP_HOME>\sap\J2E\JC01\j2ee\admin. You can only deploy web applications using the WebSphere Community Edition administrative console. In the "Visual Administrator". Press OK to deploy.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Start the "Visual Administrator" tool by running go. select the Cluster tab and expand the Server > Services > Deploy node within the J2E tree. To deploy BusinessObjects Enterprise web applications with the administrative console. Click on the System Modules link on the Console Navigation bar. Then click on the Expert User check box located at the top. Scroll down to find 216 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 Deploying with the WebSphere Community Edition administrative console Ensure that your WebSphere Community Edition web application server is installed.

faces</sys:filter> <sys:filter>javax. Click the archive Browse button and navigate to the location of the directory that contains the web application to deploy.0\java\applica tions 6.org/xml/ns/j2ee/web1.2" xmlns:sec="http://geronimo. 5.apache. Under the Applications heading of the console navigation menu. click Deploy New in the left navigational pane.sun.apache.2" xmlns:nam="http://geronimo. <INSTALLDIR>\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. Here is a standard geronimo-web.org/xml/ns/naming-1.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 217 . 2.1/car and click on the Stop link. Select any other options you want to use. to add geronimo-web. such as Start app after install or Redeploy application. Add a geronimo-web.configs/myfaces-deployer/2.businessobjects</sys:groupId> <sys:artifactId>CmcApp</sys:artifactId> <sys:version>2.org/xml/ns/deployment-1.0.apache.xml to InfoViewApp.xml file to the WEB-INF directory of each web application file.org/xml/ns/security-1.geronimo.2"> <sys:environment> <sys:moduleId> <sys:groupId>com.apache.xml file for use with CmcApp: <web-app xmlns="http://geronimo.Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 12 org.0.0. 4. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. use <sys:artifac tId>InfoViewApp</sys:artifactId> and <context-root>/In foViewApp</context-root>.apache. 3. For example.1</sys:version> <sys:type>war</sys:type> </sys:moduleId> <sys:dependencies/> <sys:hidden-classes> <sys:filter>com. The myfaces-deployer module is turned off.2" xmlns:sys="http://geronimo. Click the Install New button to view the "Install New Applications" screen.faces</sys:filter> </sys:hidden-classes> <sys:non-overridable-classes/> </sys:environment> <context-root>/CmcApp</context-root> </web-app> Note: The sys:artifactId and context-root elements must be updated with the name of the web application being deployed.

8. After the web application is deployed. Verify that the web application was deployed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . a list of installed web applications is displayed.12 Post Installation Web Application Deployment Manually deploying to a web application server 7. Related Topics • After deploying web applications on page 204 218 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Repeat steps 2-5 for each application to deploy. Click Install to install the web application.

Deployment Scenarios 13 .

System layers • • • Data Tier: one machine with existing database server Server Tier: one machine for hosting the framework servers and another for all other BusinessObjects servers Client Tier: one machine for installing and running Desktop Intelligence Configuration details • • • A firewall exists between client and server tiers Only the ports required for the communication between the desktop client and the server tier are open on the firewall BusinessObjects servers are distributed over two machines.Desktop Intelligence . key configuration details. key tasks.13 Deployment Scenarios Overview of deployment scenarios Overview of deployment scenarios To improve your experience in installing and deploying BusinessObjects Enterprise this section provides three sample scenarios.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . These examples are for illustrative purposes. functional requirements and pre-conditions. The three scenarios focus on three deployment characteristics: • • • Desktop client to server Basic n-tier Complex deployment Desktop client to server scenario Desktop client to server overview This scenario illustrates a simple client to server scenario which involves a desktop client application . Each example includes a deployment diagram. Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition Installation platform for BusinessObjects Enterprise 220 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.connecting to the BusinessObjects Enterprise back-end server behind a firewall.

Setting up the firewall.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 Database for Central Management Server (CMS) Web application server Firewall Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Not relevant Linux iptables Desktop client to server diagram The following diagram illustrates the system overview for the scenario once it is implemented. 1. 3. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 4. Setting up the client tier. Setting up the data tier. Setting up the server tier. 2. Summary of required tasks The desktop client to server deployment scenario involves the following tasks in the order listed below.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 221 .

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Advanced administrative knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and Microsoft Windows products is assumed. Record the settings used for creating of the CMS database. 2. Setting Name of database server instance Administrator account name Administrator account password Database character set encoding Example DBSERVER1_sql sa password UTF-8 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is now installed and ready to be used by BusinessObjects Enterprise. If your CMS and database servers are installed on separate computers. Make note of the following settings you use during the installation. Install Microsoft SQL Server 2005. ensure that you have a working network connection between the machines. CMS database setting CMS database name Username for CMS database access Password for CMS database access Example BOE120 bobjuser mypassword 222 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Install a version of Microsoft Windows with the appropriate service packs and updates required by Microsoft SQL Server 2005. as well as auditing or Performance Management databases if required.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario Deploying the desktop client to server scenario To set up the data tier This scenario calls for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 running on a supported Microsoft Windows operating system. You will need these settings when you come to install BusinessObjects Enterprise servers and clients. Create or import a new database for the CMS. 1.

On each system that needs to access the database.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 223 .exe from the root directory of your product distribution.framework servers Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition has to be installed and running. Designate second machine. You have set up the machine running the CMS with a database connection. Use Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Data Sources (ODBC) > System DSN > Add.. To set up the server tier . The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. The default listener port number used by SQL Server is 1433.. Run setup. This can be done from the Control Panel in Microsoft Windows under Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Data Sources (ODBC) > System DSN > BOE120 > Configure > Next > Next. Enter the settings you used when you created the database above. on which you will install all other server components. Follow the instructions below to install the framework servers. Note: This scenario does not include a network firewall between the CMS and database servers. Designate a machine as SERVER 1 on which you will install framework servers. 2. Remember: The ability to connect to your database server may require a change to the Windows Firewall settings on both machines. You need administrative privileges on both machines that will host the BusinessObjects Enterprise server components. Set up a DSN database connection on the machine hosting the CMS. create a System DSN entry in the Microsoft Windows"ODBC Data Source Administrator" Control Panel tool.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 A CMS database is now available for use.. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 3. SERVER 2. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK. Verify the network connectivity between the server hosting the CMS and the database server by attempting to connect to the database from the server hosting the CMS. 1. The server hosting the CMS is now able to communicate with the newly created Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database. The database port number must be entered during the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation.

The Client Components icon changes to . 3. 4. d. Click Next. Select any Language Packs you want to install. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. Expand Server Components. Choose Custom or Expand install. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. 6. Enter the requested information for Full Name. 224 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: English is a required language and is automatically selected. 8.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. b. Click Next. The "User Information" screen is displayed. Left-click on the icon beside Event Server and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. a. and Product Keycode. e. Click Next. 9. Left-click on the icon beside Input File Repository Server and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. c. 5. Left-click on the icon beside Central Configuration Manager and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Organization. Left-click on the icon beside Client Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. 10. The Central Management Server option will be installed but not the two subfeatures listed under the item: MySQL and Auditing. The "Choose Language Packs" screen is displayed. Left-click on the icon beside Central Management Server and select Will be installed on local hard drive. Left-click on the icon beside Web Tier Components and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. 11. Left-click on the icon beside Output File Repository Server and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. Left-click on the icon beside Server Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed.

16. enter information for the new CMS Fields are provided for you to enter and confirm a password for the CMS Administrator. The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. 17. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. 18. Enter SIA_1 in the Node Name field and click Next. 13. Click Next. Select Yes. Enter the following SQL Server user information and then click Next. 12. The "CMS Database Information" screen is displayed. Select SQL Server (ODBC) from the Select existing CMS database drop-down list and click Browse. 14. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 225 . Enter BOBJ_admin in both CMS Administrator Password and Confirm Password. 15. Click Next.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 f.

20. Click OK. Click Next to start the installation. Enter bobjuser as your Login ID and password as your Password. d.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 19. c.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario a. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. b. Select BOE120 from the Database drop-down list. Click Next. Select my company database as the data source. You are returned to the "CMS Database Information" screen. 226 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 227 . The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. To add servers to the server tier You need to install the framework servers on SERVER 1 before you can add any servers to the server tier. Use the following instructions to add BusinessObjects Enterprise servers to the CMS cluster you have installed on SERVER 1. 1. 2. Click Finish once the following screen is displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the Autorun program will start automatically. Run setup.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 Click Finish once the following screen is displayed. You must now install all remaining BusinessObjects Enterprise server components on SERVER 2. Note: If you are installing from a CD and if the Autoplay is enabled for your CD-ROM drive.exe from the root directory of your product distribution. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK.

6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Expand Server Components.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed. e. c. Choose Custom or Expand install. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. 9. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. Note: English is a required language and is automatically selected. Click Next. Left-click on the icon beside Event Server and select Entire feature will be unavailable. 10. The Client Components icon changes to . Left-click on the icon beside Client Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. The "User Information" screen is displayed. a. 8. Left-click on the icon beside Web Tier Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Organization. and Product Keycode.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Left-click on the icon beside Output File Repository Server and select Entire feature will be unavailable. d. Select any Language Packs you want to install. 4. 3. 5. Left-click on the icon beside Central Configuration Manager and select Entire feature will be unavailable . Click Next. Enter the requested information for Full Name. Left-click on the icon beside Central Management Server and select Entire feature will be unavailable. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. 228 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. b. Click Next. Left-click on the icon beside Input File Repository Server and select select Entire feature will be unavailable. The "Select Features" screen is displayed.

and password in both CMS Administrator Password and Confirm password.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 After implementing the selections. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. Enter SIA_2 in the Node Name field and click Next. Click Finish once the following screen is displayed. 14.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 229 . the "Select Features" screen should appear as shown in the following image. 11. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. Click Next to start the installation. The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. 15. 13. 12. 16. Click Next. Enter SERVER1 for CMS Host Name. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next.

13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario To assign static port values to servers Access the Central Management Console (CMC) on the machine named SERVER1.InputFileRepository SAI_1. 230 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and open a browser and type in the following URL: http://SERVER1:8080/Cm cApp/App/.OutputFileRepository 1. Type the following configuration information and click Log On.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You need to assign static port values to the following servers: Server name SIA_1. Use the machine you designated to run the client tier.CentralManagementServer SIA_1.

Click Save & Close. 6.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 Field System User Name Password Authentication Type Required configuration information SERVER1 Administrator BOBJ_admin Enterprise The CMC Home page is displayed.CentralManagementServer entry.6402. such as the internet. 4.when configuring the firewall. 2. The list of available servers is displayed again.OutputFileRepository Port number to specify 6404 6406 You will need to pass the port numbers . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and 6406 .InputFileRepository SIA_1. Repeat steps 3-5 for the following servers: Server name SIA_1.CentralManagementServer properties are displayed. One network card (interface eth0) is connected to an internal secure network. A list of all available servers is displayed in a new screen. 6404.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 231 . Deselect Auto assign and type 6402 in Request Port under "Common Settings". Double-click the SIA_1. Note: Advanced administrative knowledge of Red Hat Linux products is required for these steps. To configure the firewall The iptables firewall is running on a supported Red Hat Linux operating system with two network interface cards (NIC). 5. The SIA_1. 3. the other (interface eth1) is connected to an external unsecure network. Click Servers under the "Organize" column.

Add exceptions to the iptables firewall rules that forward incoming client requests to the server tier on the appropriate ports. Determine the network IP address. four ports must be forwarded to the server tier from external clients on the external network (eth1): • CMS Name Server port: 6400. 2. Note: This must be done for each port used by every server you want accessible from outside your network. and media access card (MAC) information for each NIC in your system. 232 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. the sever named CMS Server uses two port numbers to communicate with clients.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Tip: To determine which ports are used by servers. You must forward both ports on the firewall's external NIC to the CMS server connected to the internal NIC. open the Central Management Console (CMC) and go to Servers > Central Management Server > your server and note the number for Request Port and Name Server Port. interface. by becoming a member of the admin group.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario The following steps illustrate how to forward requests from clients on an unsecure external (interface eth1) network to the server tier running on a secure. you need root priviliges. 3. firewalled network (interface eth0). Tip: The command ifconfig -a will display network interface information. • Input File Repository Server (FRS) port: 6404. Record the network information in a safe place. Clients on an unsecured network outside the firewall can now access the server tier through the firewall. or by logging in as the root user. Log in to your Red Hat Linux server. 1. In this scenario. • CMS Request port: 6402. Desktop Intelligence. Typical servers used by external clients include the CMS. For example. Note: As iptables is configured from the command-line. This can be achieved with the su or sudo commands. • Output FRS port 6406. and the Connection Server.

Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 To set up the client tier Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition has to be installed and running on the machine on which you will install Desktop Intelligence. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 3. "Please Choose Setup Language" is displayed. Run setup.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 233 . Follow the steps below to Desktop Intelligence and 1. 2. Select the language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK.exe from the root directory of your product distribution. Click Install to launch the installation setup program.

Click Next to proceed with the installation setup. 4.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed after you specify a language for the installation setup.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. 234 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

The "Choose Language Packs" screen is displayed. Select the language packs and click Next. 6. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 235 .Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 5. The "Directory Selection" screen is displayed. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next.

The "Select Features" screen is displayed. 236 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Left-click on the icon beside Client Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Expand Client Components and left.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Accept the default directory by clicking "Next".click on Desktop Intelligence. The Client Components icon changes to 9.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 7. 8.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 237 .Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 10. 11. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive and click Next. The installation process begins and is completed once "BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next to start the installation.0 Client Tool has been successfully installed" is displayed.

238 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. c. 13. 14. Type SERVER1 for System. b.0 > BusinessObjects Enterprise Client Tools > Desktop Intelligence The "User Identification" dialog is displayed. Provide the following information: a.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Click Finish. Go to Programs > BusinessObjects XI 3.13 Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 12. The Desktop Intelligence is now installed on your machine. Type password for Password. Type Administrator for User Name.

15.Deployment Scenarios Desktop client to server scenario 13 The "New Report Wizard" is displayed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 239 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Select Generate a standard report and click Begin.

Server Tier: Three machines hosting the framework. 240 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario Basic N-tier scenario N-tier scenario overview This section describes how to setup a scenario in which a web browser accesses BusinessObjects Enterprise system through web applications. processing and performance management (PMC) servers.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Configuration details Installation platform for BusinessObjects Enterprise Database for Central Management Server (CMS) Web application server Firewall Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition Oracle 10g R2 Oracle 10g R3 Linux iptables Basic n-tier diagram The following diagram illustrates the system overview for the scenario once it is implemented. System layers • • • • Data Tier: One machine used to host the database server. Web Tier: One machine in hosting the web application server. Client Tier: One machine running the Live Office application.

4. 2.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 Summary of required tasks The basic n-tier deployment scenario involves the following tasks in the order listed below. Setting up the data tier Setting up the server tier Setting up the web tier Setting up the firewall Setting up the client tier Deploying the N-tier scenario To set up the data tier The following steps require that you have already installed a version of Microsoft Windows that meets the installation requirements for Oracle 10g R2. 5. 3. 1. Advanced administrative knowledge of Oracle and Microsoft Windows products is assumed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 241 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

2. This is the database that hosts your organization's data. create procedure A CMS tablespace is now available for use. Additional database will be created for auditing or performance management if required. If your CMS and database servers are installed on separate computers. against which BusinessObjects Enterprise applications run. Note: In addition to databases for CMS.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . create session. CMS database setting Username for CMS tablespace access Password for CMS tablespace access System privileges for user access Example mycompanyuser mypassword create table. Create or import a new tablespace for the CMS. Make note of the following settings you use during the installation. Record the settings used for creating of the CMS database. Setting Name of database server Administrator account name Administrator account password Database character set encoding Example BOE120 bobjuser password UTF-8 An Oracle database is now installed and ready to be used by BusinessObjects Enterprise. auditing. or performance management. as well as auditing or Performance Management databases if required. 242 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. ensure that you have a working network connection between the machines.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario This database will be used to hold CMS data. Install Oracle 10g R2. 1. you also require access to your existing corporate reporting database. You will need these settings when you come to install BusinessObjects Enterprise servers and clients.

create procedure A Performance Management tablespace is now available for use.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 3. Record the settings used for creating of the auditing tablespace. Create or import a new tablespace for the auditing database. create procedure An auditing database is now available for use. auditing. Create or import a new tablespace for the Performance Management tablespace. Performance Management database setting Performance Management database name Example bobjpm Username for PM database ac. Your CMS server machines are now able to communicate with your newly created Oracle 10g R2 databases.pmuser cess Password for PM database ac. create session.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 243 . if required. and performance management databases. Record the settings used for creating of the Performance Management tablespace. Auditing database setting Example Username for auditing tablespace audituser access Password for auditing tablespace auditpassword access System privileges for user access create table. create session. as required. and any clients that need direct database access.pmpassword cess System privileges for user access create table. You have set up CMS. 5. 4. You have also installed a file repository server network-shared BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. if required. Install the Oracle database drivers onto all CMS servers.

Organization. Follow the instructions below to install all the servers on SERVER1.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed. 1. The "User Information" screen is displayed. The database port number must be entered during the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. To set up the server tier Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition has to be installed and running on the three machines running the server tier. Verify the connectivity between your CMS and database machines by attempting to connect to the database from the CMS machine(s). 2. and SERVER3. The default listener port number used by Oracle is 1521. 3. 6. Click Next. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 244 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. You need administrative privileges on the three machines that will host the BusinessObjects Enterprise servers.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario directory. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. Remember: The ability to connect to your database server from your CMS server may require a change to the Windows Firewall settings on both machines. Designate the machines SERVER1. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. SERVER2. Note: This scenario includes a network firewall between the client browser and web application server. Click Next. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK. and Product Keycode. 4. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. Select any Language Packs you want to install.exe from the root directory of your product distribution.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. Ensure that this firewall is configured appropriately. Click Next. Enter the requested information for Full Name. Run setup. 5.

Select New and Use an existing database server in the "Install Type" screen. 9. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. 8. In the fields provided provide the following configuration for your Oracle database: Setting Server Username Password value DBSERVER1_ora mycompanyuser mypassword 12. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Select Oracle from the CMS database drop-down list. 11. 15. Click Next. Select Auditing Database and repeat steps 10-11. 13. Enter password in both Password and Confirm password. Verify the connectivity between the BusinessObjects CMS and your MS SQL server by logging onto the CMC.0 has been successfully installed" is displayed. 17.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 7. Select the Install Tomcat application server option and click Next. a. Type Administrator in User name . Click Next. Type SERVER1 in System. Click Next to start the installation. The Server Components Configuration screen is displayed. The "CMS Database Information" screen is displayed.. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 245 . The "Configure Tomcat" screen is displayed 14. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. Select Launch BusinessObjects Administration Console and click Finish to exit. 16. 10. b. Enter SIA_1 in Node Name and click Next. A new browser window opens and within a few seconds you are prompted to log into the Central Management Console (CMC). The installation process begins and is completed when "BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Do not modify any of the values in the input fields and click Next.

Choose Custom or Expand install. The Client Components icon changes to . verifies that the BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS is communicating with the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database server. d. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. Organization. Click Next in the "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . You must now install another set of BusinessObjects Enterprise servers on the machine designated SERVER2. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK. Accessing the CCM home page. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. Enter the requested information for Full Name.0 Installation Wizard". 1.exe from the root directory of your product distribution. 5. 246 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Left-click on the icon beside Client Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Click Next. Use the following instructions to install BusinessObjects Enterprise servers to SERVER2. Click Log On to access the CMC. 9. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. and Product Keycode. 6. 8. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. The "User Information" screen is displayed. Left-click on the icon beside Web Tier Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. 3. To add processing servers to cluster You need to install the framework servers on SERVER 1 before you can add any servers on SERVER2. 4. Type password in Password. Run setup. 2. Click Next. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. Select any Language Packs you want to install.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario c. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed.

a. d. 6400 for Existing CMS Port. e. Left-click Central Management Server and select Entire feature will be unavailable. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 10. 11. c. . Enter SERVER1 for CMS Host Name. Expand Server Components. Click Next. After implementing the selections. The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. Left-click Dashboard and Analytics Servers and select Entire feature will be unavailable. and password for CMS Administrator Password. Left-click on the icon beside Central Configuration Manager and select Entire feature will be unavailable . 12. Left-click on the icon beside Input File Repository Server and select select Entire feature will be unavailable. the "Select Features" screen should appear as shown in the following image. Left-click on the icon beside Event Server and select Entire feature will be unavailable.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 247 . b. Left-click on the icon beside Output File Repository Server and select Entire feature will be unavailable. f.

exe from the root directory of your product distribution. 2. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK.0 Installation Wizard". 15. 248 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next in the "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13. Use the following instructions to add BusinessObjects Enterprise servers to SERVER3. Click Next. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. 1. Enter SIA_2 in the Node Name field and click Next. 3. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. To add PMC servers to the cluster You need to install the framework servers on SERVER 1 before you can add any servers to the server tier.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Click Next to start the installation. 14. Run setup. Click Finish once the following screen is displayed. 16.

Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. Click Finish once the following screen is displayed. Click Next to start the installation. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. Left-click on the icon beside Server Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. 5. Click Next. Left-click on the icon beside Web Tier Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Select any Language Packs you want to install. 6. 4. The "User Information" screen is displayed. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. Click Next. Left-click on the icon beside Client Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. 12. The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. 13. 10. and Product Keycode. Enter SERVER1 for CMS Host Name. Choose Custom or Expand install. 17. 11. 18. and password for CMS Administrator Password. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. The Client Components icon changes to .0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 249 . 14. 15. Select Auditing Database and repeat steps 10-11. Expand Server Components. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. Click Next. Organization. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 19. Enter SIA_3 in the Node Name field and click Next. 8. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. 6400 for Existing CMS Port. Left-click Dashboard and Analytics Servers and select Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive. Click Next. 16. Select Oracle from the CMS database drop-down list. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. Enter the requested information for Full Name. 9.

250 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario To set up the web tier You need to install and configure Oracle Application Server 10g R3 on a machine running Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition. To configure the application use the following setup parameters. Setup parameter Port Username Password Server Instance Installation Directory value 8080 admin oracle WEBSERVER1 c:\product\10.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .3\Oracle_AS1 Use the following steps to install the web applications to the “managedserver1” machine.1.

and Product Keycode. Click Next. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The "User Information" screen is displayed. Click Next. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. Select any Language Packs you want to install. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. 9. 8. The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. Click Next. Organization. Expand Web Tier Components. The "Select Features" screen is displayed.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed. 6400 for Existing CMS Port. Type SERVER1 for Existing CMS Hostname. 5. Choose Web Tier and click Next . 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 251 . Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK. Enter the requested information for Full Name. Click Next. 6. 10. Left-click on the icon beside Tomcat and select Entire Feature will be unavailable.0 Installation Wizard". The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. 2. Run setup. The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 4. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. and password for CMS Administrator Password.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 1.exe from the root directory of your product distribution. Click Next in the "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 252 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 11.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario The "Select Web Application Server" screen is displayed. Choose Oracle Application Server 10g R3 from list of supported web application servers and click Next.

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 253 . BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and WEBSERVER1 for Server Instance. Type 8080 for Port.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 The "Configure Web Application Server" screen is displayed. password for Password. admin for Username. 12.

14. Click Next twice to start the installation.13 Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13. The following steps illustrate how to forward requests from clients on an unsecure external (interface eth1) network to port 8080 on for a Oracle Application Server 10g R3 web application server running on a secure.0 has been successfully installed" is displayed. To configure the firewall The iptables firewall is running on a supported Red Hat Linux operating system with two network interface cards (NIC). The installation process begins and is completed when "BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. One network card (interface eth0) is connected to an internal secure network. 254 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Finish to exit. the other (interface eth1) is connected to an external unsecure network. such as the internet. Note: Advanced administrative knowledge of Red Hat Linux products is required for these steps.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . firewalled network (interface eth0).

3. Word. interface.0 CD into your computer CD-ROM drive. or PowerPoint to launch the application. or by logging in as the root user. Add an exception to the iptables firewall rules that forwards incoming client requests on port 8080 to port 8080 on the web application server. To set up the client tier You need to install Microsoft Office 2003 on the machine on which you run the client tier.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 255 . 6. Tip: The command ifconfig -a will display network interface information. Insert the BusinessObjects Live Office XI 3. 4. Log in to your Red Hat Linux server. When the Options dialog box appears. Choose your preferred language for the installation setup from the list on the left and click Install. Click LiveOffice > Options > Enterprise. 1. Clients on an unsecured network outside the firewall can now access the web application server through the firewall on port 8080. Follow the on-screen instructions in the Live Office Installation Wizard to complete the installation procedure. enter your BusinessObjects Enterprise credential in the following fields: • User name • Password BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. The Live Office Installation Wizard is displayed. by becoming a member of the admin group. and select Microsoft Excel. 2.Deployment Scenarios Basic N-tier scenario 13 1. 5. Record the network information in a safe place. 3. Note: As iptables is configured from the command-line. Click Start > Programs > Microsoft Office. 2. and media access card (MAC) information for each NIC in your system. Determine the network IP address. you need root priviliges. This can be achieved with the su or sudo commands.

Select the Enterprise authentication method from the drop-down list. Enter http://WEBSERVER1:8080/dswsbobje/services/session in the Web Service URL and System fields. Configuration details Installation platform for BusinessObjects Enterprise Database for Central Management Server (CMS) Web application server Load balancer Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition Microsoft SQL Server 2005 WebLogic 10 Cisco CSS 11500 series load balancer 256 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The web tier contains a load balancer and clustered web applications clustered on two separate machines. Client Tier: a browser used to log into Central Management Console (CMC). click Log On and then click OK. and multiple instances of the remaining servers clustered on two separate machines. Complex deployment scenario Complex deployment overview The following scenario illustrates an end to end scenario which combines split web and server tiers. Server Tier: all BusinessObjects Enterprise servers installed on two machine running as a cluster. The server tier comprises clustered Central Management (CMS) and File Repository servers. Web Tier: two web application servers installed on separate machines running as a cluster with fail.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 7.over support through load balancer. System layers • • • • Data Tier: contains databases used by the CMS and File Repository servers.. 8.

4. Setting up the data tier Setting up the server tier Setting up the web tier Configuring the load balancer Setting up the firewall Setting up the client tier BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 Firewall Linux iptables running on Red Hat Linux with two network interface cards (NIC) Complex deployment diagram The following diagram illustrates the system overview for the scenario once it is implemented. 6. 5. 3. Summary of required tasks The complex deployment scenario involves the following tasks in the order listed below.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 257 . 2. 1.

Create or import a new database for the CMS. Install Microsoft SQL Server 2005.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario Deploying the complex deployment scenario To set up the data tier This scenario calls for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 running on a supported Microsoft Windows operating system. 2. ensure that you have a working network connection between the machines. Setting Name of database server instance Administrator account name Administrator account password Database character set encoding Example DBSERVER1_sql sa password UTF-8 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is now installed and ready to be used by BusinessObjects Enterprise. 1. CMS database setting CMS database name Username for CMS database access Password for CMS database access Example BOE120 bobjuser mypassword 258 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Make note of the following settings you use during the installation. If your CMS and database servers are installed on separate computers. as well as auditing or Performance Management databases if required. In the examples below. this database system is named DBSERVER1. Install a version of Microsoft Windows with the appropriate service packs and updates required by Microsoft SQL Server 2005.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Record the settings used for creating of the CMS database. You will need these settings when you come to install BusinessObjects Enterprise servers and clients.

Create or import a new database for Performance Management database. and performance management databases. auditing. You have also installed a file repository server network-shared directory. Record the settings used for creating of the Performance Management database. Your CMS server are now able to communicate with your newly created Microsoft SQL Server 2005 databases. if required. Set up a DSN database connection on the BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS and any clients that need direct database access.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 A CMS database is now available for use. The database port number must be entered during the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation. 3. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Auditing database setting Auditing database name Username for auditing database access Password for auditing database access Example bobjaudit audituser auditpassword An auditing database is now available for use. create a System DSN entry in the Microsoft "ODBC Data Source Administrator" Control Panel tool. as required.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 259 . The default listener port number used by SQL Server is 1433. On each system that needs to access the database. Record the settings used for creating of the auditing database. 4. Create or import a new database for auditing database. 5. Enter the settings you used when you created the database(s) above. if required. Performance Management database setting Performance Management database name Username for PM database access Password for PM database access Example bobjpm pmuser pmpassword A Performance Management database is now available for use. You have set up CMS.

The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. Organization. To set up the server tier Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition has to be installed and running. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. You need administrative privileges on both machines that will host the BusinessObjects Enterprise servers. The "User Information" screen is displayed. Click Next. 5. 260 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 2. Click Next. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Note: This scenario does not include a network firewall between the CMS and database servers. The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next. Select New and Use an existing database server in the "Install Type" screen. and Product Keycode.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario Verify the connectivity between your CMS and database machines by attempting to connect to your database(s) from the CMS server(s) after installing BusinessObjects Enterprise. 4. Remember: The ability to connect to your database server from your CMS server may require a change to the Windows Firewall settings on both machines. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. 1. Designate one machine SERVER1 and the other SERVER2. Select any Language Packs you want to install. Run setup. 3. The Server Components Configuration screen is displayed.exe from the root directory of your product distribution. Click Next. Follow the instructions below to install all the servers on SERVER1. 6. Enter the requested information for Full Name.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed.

10. Click Next. The "CMS Database Information" screen is displayed. Input your Microsoft SQL Server user credentials through the preconfigured ODBC DSN. Select SQL Server (ODBC) from the CMS database drop-down list and click Browse. Enter bobjuser and paword in the Login ID and Password fields. Select my company database from the list under Data Source Name.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 261 . Click OK to validate and save your user credential information. c. 12. The "CMS Database Information" screen is once again displayed. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 8. b. 9. Enter password in both Password and Confirm password. d. Enter SIA_1 in Node Name and click Next. The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. Select BOE120 from the list under Database. Select Auditing Database and repeat steps 10-11 to configure user credentials through the ODBC DSN for the auditing database.. 11. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. When ODBC DSN is displayed in the "CMS Database Information" screen click Next. a.

Type SERVER1 in System. Select the Install Tomcat application server option and click Next. Run setup. Follow the instructions below to install BusinessObjects Enterprise server components which will be clustered to the CMS you installed on SERVER1. Click Next to start the installation. 2. 16. c. Click Log On to access the CMC. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed. You need administrative privileges on the SERVER2 machine. verifies that the BusinessObjects Enterprise CMS is communicating with the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database server. 17. 262 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. a. Type Administrator in User name . Select Launch BusinessObjects Administration Console and click Finish to exit. Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario The "Select Web Application Server" screen is displayed. The "Configure Tomcat" screen is displayed 14.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 15. You must now install another set of BusinessObjects Enterprise servers on the machine designated SERVER2. b. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed. Verify the connectivity between the BusinessObjects CMS and your MS SQL Server by logging onto the CMC. d. The installation process begins and is completed when "BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Type password in Password. To set up a CMS cluster Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition has to be installed and running.exe from the root directory of your product distribution.0 has been successfully installed" is displayed. Do not modify any of the values in the input fields and click Next. 13. A new browser window opens and within a few seconds you are prompted to log into the Central Management Console (CMC). Accessing the CCM home page. 1.

Select the If No. d. Left-click on the icon beside MySQL and select Entire Feature will be unavailable. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed. Click Next. 4. Left-click on the icon beside Client Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Left-click on the icon beside Auditor and select Entire Feature will be unavailable. b. d. The "CMS Cluster" screen is displayed. f. Organization. The "Install Type" screen is displayed 7. b. 6. Click Next. Type 6401 in New CMS Port..option and provide the following configuration details a. Left-click on the icon beside Web Tier Components and select Entire feature will be unavailable. Choose Custom or Expand and click Next. c. Configure the screen as follows: a. Type 6400 in Existing CMS Port. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. c. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and Product Keycode.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. Type password in CMS Administrator Password and click Next. Click Next. 9. The "User Information" screen is displayed. Click Next.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. e.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 263 . 8. Select any Language Packs you want to install. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed. Enter the requested information for Full Name. 3. Expand Server Components > Central Management Server. Type SERVER1 in Existing CMS Hostname.. 5.

13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario The "Server Intelligence Agent" screen is displayed. Select SQL Server (ODBC) from the CMS database drop-down list and click Browse. c. b. 11. 264 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 12. The "SQL Server Logon" screen is displayed. Select my company database from the list under Data Source Name. Type SIA_2 in Node Name and 6415 in Port. a.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Enter bobjuser and paword in the Login ID and Password fields. 10. Click Next. Select BOE120 from the list under Database. The "CMS Database Information" screen is displayed. Input your Microsoft SQL Server user credentials through the preconfigured ODBC DSN.

This folder will store data for the File Repository servers installed on SERVER1 and SERVER2. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed.0 has been successfully installed" is displayed. When ODBC DSN is displayed in the "CMS Database Information" screen click Next. The "CMS Database Information" screen is once again displayed. The folder must contain two subfolders: Input and Output. You have to enable sharing for the Filestore folder and set Full.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 265 . To cluster File Repository servers You need to create a Filestore folder on SERVER1 in the following directory: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. 14. Change. Click Finish to exit. and Read permissions for Everyone.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 d. Name BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Click Next to start the installation. The installation process begins and is completed when "BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Select Auditing Database and repeat steps 10-11 to setup configure user credentials through the ODBC DSN for the auditing database. Click OK to validate and save your user credential information. 15.0\FileRep. 13.

InputFileRepository properties are displayed.OutputFileRepository FileStore Directory setting \\Server1\FileRep\Input\ C:\Program Files\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. Double-click the SIA_1. To assign static port values to servers Access the Central Management Console (CMC) on the machine named SERVER1.0\FileRep\Output\ \\Server1\FileRep\Output\ The server tier setup is now complete. You must be logged into the Central Management Console on SERVER1 for the procedure below. Click Servers under the "Organize" column.OutputFileRepository SIA_2. Server name SIA_2.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Repeat steps 2-3 for the servers listed in the following table and provide the specific configuration for each server. 4.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario the shared folder FileRep. You need to assign static port values to the following servers: Server name SIA_1.0\FileRep\Input\ . 2. Click Save.InputFileRepository entry.CentralManagementServer 266 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. A list of all available servers is displayed in a new screen. you must cluster all the File Repository servers. Replace the current value in the FileStore Directory field by typing C:\Program Files\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 12. 5. 1. You should now set up the web tier. The SIA_1.InputFileRepository SIA_1. and open a browser and type in the following URL: http://SERVER1:8080/Cm cApp/App/. To complete the server tier setup. Use the machine you designated to run the client tier. 3.

4.OutputFileRepository Port number to specify 6404 6406 You will need to pass the port numbers .CentralManagementServer properties are displayed. Repeat steps 3-5 for the following servers: Server name SIA_1. 2.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 267 .Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 Server name SIA_1.6402. 5. Field System User Name Password Authentication Type Required configuration information SERVER1 Administrator BOBJ_admin Enterprise The CMC Home page is displayed. The SIA_1. Click Servers under the "Organize" column. A list of all available servers is displayed in a new screen. Double-click the SIA_1.InputFileRepository SIA_1. Click Save & Close. Deselect Auto assign and type 6402 in Request Port under "Common Settings". 6. and 6406 .CentralManagementServer entry. Type the following configuration information and click Log On.InputFileRepository SAI_1. 6404. BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 3. The list of available servers is displayed again.OutputFileRepository 1.when configuring the firewall.

2. Install WebLogic 10 on both managedserver1 and managedserver2 . For more information consult your WebLogic 10 documentation.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario To prepare your web application servers Before setting up the BusinessObjects Enterprise web tier you need to install and prepare your web application servers. 1. For this scenario you require two machines running on Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . The server on managedserver1 is called “managedserver1”. Configure the WebLogic 10 server names on each machine according to the machine name. 3. 4. Create a WebLogic XML Registry for each server using the following entries: 268 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. and the server on managedserver2 is called “managedserver2”. Create a cluster on the machine running “managedserver1” with the following settings Setting Cluster name Administration server Managed servers Value cluster1 AdminServer managedserver1 managedserver2 AdminServer listen port managedserver1 listen port managedserver2 listen port Username for AdminServer Password for AdminServer 8001 7001 7001 weblogic password For more information on how to create a cluster on WebLogic see your WebLogic 10 documentation. Designate one machine managedserver1 and the other managedserver2.

1. The "Please Choose Setup Language" dialog is displayed.Transformer FactoryImpl For more information on WebLogic XML registries see your WebLogic 10 documentation. 5. The "Install Type" screen is displayed BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 6.apache.xerces. Click Next. Select any Language Packs you want to install. Enter the requested information for Full Name.jaxp. Run setup.jaxp. The "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation Wizard" is displayed. 4.exe from the root directory of your product distribution.0 Installation Wizard" .weblogic.xalan. The "User Information" screen is displayed. The "Chose Language Packs" screen is displayed.SAXParserFacto ryImpl weblogic. Click Next in the "Welcome to the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.apache. . Select your language for the installation setup from the pull-down list provided and click OK. Click Next.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 269 .Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 Property Name Value BusinessObjects Document Builder Facto. Organization. You can now proceed to install the web applications and setup the BusinessObjects Enterprise web tier. To install the web applications Use the following steps to install the web applications to the “managedserver1” machine.DocumentBuilder ry FactoryImpl SAX Parser Factory Transformer Factory weblogic. 2.apache. Select I accept the License Agreement and click Next. 3. The "License Agreement" screen is displayed.xerces. and Product Keycode.processor.

Choose WebLogic 10 from list of supported web application servers. and password. Choose Web Tier and click Next . The "CMS Clustering" screen is displayed. C The "Select Web Application Server" screen is displayed. The "Select Features" screen is displayed. 270 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 10. 6400. 9. Enter the requested information for the CMS on SERVER1 in the fields provided and click Next.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 7. Click Next.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Expand Web Tier Components. Type SERVER1. 11. Left-click on the icon beside Tomcat and select Entire Feature will be unavailable. 8.

14.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 12. The WAR files used to deploy the web applications have to be prepared before you can deploy them to your WebLogic 10 cluster.xml file which is located in the following directory: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment\templates\ 2. Click Finish to exit. The installation process begins and is completed when "BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Type in the following information after the <weblogic-web-app> tag: <session-descriptor> <session-param> BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Open the weblogic.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 271 . Select I will manually deploy web components at a later time and click Next. The "Start Installation" screen is displayed.0 has been successfully installed" is displayed. Click Next to start the installation. 13. To prepare the WAR files for deployment You need to prepare the WAR files in the BusinessObjects Enterprise installation on managedserver1 so that they can be deployed on WebLogic. 1.

3. The "Install Application Assistant" is displayed. Click Install under the Control tab. To deploy the WAR files to WebLogic 10 You need to log on to the WebLogic Server Administration console. Open the config. 7.weblogic10 file. Click Deployments under "Domain Structure". 5. Save and close the config. The "Summary of Deployments" is displayed on the right. Once the WAR files have been prepared for deployment. In the Location area navigate to the following folder: 272 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . Open a command-line console and run the following command: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment> wdeploy. 1. You can now deploy the WAR files using the WebLogic Administration Console. Save and close the weblogic.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario <param-name>PersistentStoreType</param-name> <param-value>replicated</param-value> </session-param> </session-descriptor> 3.xml file. 4. you can use the WebLogic 10 Administration console to deploy the web applications. 4.bat weblogic10 predeployall The WAR file have been prepared for deployment and are located in the following directory: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment\workdir\weblogic10\application\.weblogic10 file which is located in: C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment\. 2. Click Lock & Edit under "Change Center". Modify the file to read as follows: as_dir=c:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain as_instance=AdminServer as_admin_port=8001 as_admin_username=weblogic as_admin_password=password 6.

Select InfoViewApp. 7. Create a VLAN circuit IP address. 12. Advanced administrative knowledge of Cisco load balancer products is required.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 273 . a VLAN circuit named VLAN189 is created with an IP address of 10. Click Next. Click Activate Changes under "Change Center". Click Finish to accept all the defaults settings. 5.96. Click Next in the screen that displays to accept the selected default setting Install this deployment as an application. Under "Clusters" select cluster1 and All servers in the cluster. "Optional settings" is displayed. 8.war and click Next. To set up the hardware load balancer This section illustrates the configuration of a Cisco CSS 11500 series load balancer for use with two clustered WebLogic web application servers. 11. 10. Repeat steps 1-8 for all the files in the C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment\workdir\weblogic10\application\ directory. ClickStart > Servicing all requests. 6. Below. The "Install Application Assistant" is closed. The load balancer must be configured to use persistent (sticky) sessions.50. The load balancer provides content switching for incoming external client requests to the web application servers in the web tier.78. 9.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 C:\Program Files\Business Objects\deployment\workdir\weblogic10\application\. Select all the files under the Control tab. This will allow administrators to connect to the load balancer remotely. CSS11503#config CSS11503(config)#circuit VLAN189 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. "Select deployment targets" is displayed. All the files to be deployed are listed in "Summary of Deployments "under the Control tab. 1. The files are deployed and ready to run.

96.76. To a web client. CSS11503# configure CSS11503(config)# service <LB01-ARROWPOINT> Create service LB01-ARROWPOINT.77. and other connection information.252.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario CSS11503(config−circuit[VLAN189])#ip address 10. Create a service for each WebLogic server in the cluster. entering the service name.79 port 7001 is created. [y/n]:y CSS11503(config-service[LB01-ARROWPOINT])# ip address 10. services are created for each WebLogic server: LB01-ARROWPOINT at 10. Web clients will sent web requests to load balancer at this address and port number.50.50.50.96.96. Below.50.96. [y/n]:y CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# vip address 10.96. Below.96. and LB02-ARROWPOINT at 10.255.0 CSS11503(config−circuit−ip[VLAN189−10.50.50. Configure the IP address and the port number to be used for incoming web requests.76 CSS11503(config-service[LB01-ARROWPOINT])# string LB01 CSS11503(config-service[LB01-ARROWPOINT])# keepalive type tcp CSS11503(config-service[LB01-ARROWPOINT])# keepalive port 7001 CSS11503(config-service[LB01-ARROWPOINT])# active CSS11503(config-service[LB01-ARROWPOINT])# exit CSS11503(config)# exit CSS11503# CSS11503# configure 274 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.79 CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# protocol tcp CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# port 7001 3. IP address. load balanced server named arrowpoint-weblogic at 10. CSS11503# configure CSS11503(config)# owner trans Create owner <trans>.50. a virtual. The load balancer will distribute requests received from web clients among these servers.78])#exit CSS11503(config−circuit[VLAN189])#exit CSS11503(config)# exit CSS11503# 2. arrowpoint-weblogic will appear to be a single WebLogic server.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .96. [y/n]:y CSS11503(config-owner[trans])# content arrowpoint-weblogic Create content <arrowpoint-weblogic>.78 255.

Add each of the WebLogic services to the load balancer. CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# add service LB01-ARROWPOINT CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# add service LB02-ARROWPOINT 5. Configure session persistence. Requests received by the load balancer will then be distributed between each of the services.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 CSS11503(config)# service <LB02-ARROWPOINT> Create service LB02-ARROWPOINT. LB01-ARROWPOINT and LB02-ARROWPOINT are added to the load balancer as services.96. Below. Below.50.77 CSS11503(config-service[LB02-ARROWPOINT])# string LB02 CSS11503(config-service[LB02-ARROWPOINT])# keepalive type tcp CSS11503(config-service[LB02-ARROWPOINT])# keepalive port 7001 CSS11503(config-service[LB02-ARROWPOINT])# active CSS11503(config-service[LB02-ARROWPOINT])# exit CSS11503(config)# exit CSS11503# 4.50. CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# active CSS11503(config-owner-content[trans-arrowpoint-weblogic])# exit CSS11503(config-owner[trans])# exit CSS11503(config)# The load balancer is now configured to accept requests from web clients as virtual server arrowpoint-weblogic at 10.79 port 7001.50. session persistence is activated.76 port 7001 and LB02-ARROWPOINT at 10.96.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 275 . !Generated on 10/02/2007 13:09:44 !Active version: sg0730005 configure BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. so that requests can be managed by all WebLogic servers in the cluster.96. [y/n]:y CSS11503(config-service[LB02-ARROWPOINT])# ip address 10. The arrowpoint-weblogic virtual server distributes the requests between WebLogic servers configured as services LB01-ARROWPOINT at 10.50.77 port 7001.96.

0.96.50.50.13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario !*************************** GLOBAL ************************** ip route 0.252.79 advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie protocol tcp port 7001 add service LB01-ARROWPOINT add service LB02-ARROWPOINT active !*************************** GROUP *************************** group trans add destination service LB01-ARROWPOINT add destination service LB02-ARROWPOINT vip address 10.96.1 1 !************************* INTERFACE ************************* interface e9 trunk vlan 189 !************************** CIRCUIT ************************** circuit VLAN189 ip address 10.50.79 active 276 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0 10.0 0.0.50.78 255.77 string LB02 keepalive type tcp keepalive port 7001 active !*************************** OWNER *************************** owner trans content arrowpoint-weblogic vip address 10.255.0.50.0.96.96.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .50.0 !************************** SERVICE ************************** service LB01-ARROWPOINT ip address 10.76 string LB01 keepalive type tcp keepalive port 7001 active service LB02-ARROWPOINT ip address 10.96.96.

This can be achieved with the su or sudo commands. Tip: The command ifconfig -a will display network interface information. 2. Note: Advanced administrative knowledge of Red Hat Linux products is required for these steps. The following steps illustrate how to forward requests from clients on an unsecure external (interface eth1) network to port 7001 on a hardware load balancer running on a secure. Log in to your Red Hat Linux server. firewalled network (interface eth0).0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 277 . interface. Add an exception to the iptables firewall rules that forwards incoming client requests on port 7001 to port 7001 on the Cisco CSS 11500 series hardware load balancer. To set up a client tier To set up the client tier in this scenario all you need is a machine running on Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Edition and a web browser. 1. the other (interface eth1) is connected to an external unsecure network. by becoming a member of the admin group. Open your web browser BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Note: As iptables is configured from the command-line. 1. Record the network information in a safe place. 3. you need root priviliges. and media access card (MAC) information for each NIC in your system. Clients on an unsecured network outside the firewall can now access the clustered WebLogic web application servers tier through the firewall on port 7001.Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 13 To configure the firewall The iptables firewall is running on a supported Red Hat Linux operating system with two network interface cards (NIC). such as the internet. Determine the network IP address. or by logging in as the root user. One network card (interface eth0) is connected to an internal secure network with a hardware load balancer .

0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows .13 Deployment Scenarios Complex deployment scenario 2. Type SERVER1 for System. Click Log On. 278 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. Access the cluster by entering the following URL:http://10.96. The "InfoView" home page is displayed. 4. 3.79:7001/InfoViewApp/ The "Log On to InfoView" page appears. and password for Password.50. Administrator for User name.

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0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 285 . 83. 96 client components 65. 134 Deployment diagnostic tool configuring 122 running from command line 120 running from Windows 119 documentation 10 network requirements 17 new features 12 non-system drive installation 20 silent 148 uninstalling 147 BusinessObjects Enterprise client tools scripted 142 silent installation 142 C checklist for installation 40 client set up 277 D database 36 configuring existing 76 installing MySQL 30 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3. 134 client tools 26 client tools installation 134 procedure 135 sample ini file 143 scripted 142 silent 142 clustering File Repository Servers 265 clusters WebLogic configuration 268 CMC logging into 116 CMC logon issues 117 CMS clustering 72 CMS database setting up on Windows 31 components. selecting individually on Windows 64 configuring Tomcat 57. 83.Index A Apache Tomcat 5. 95 configuring existing database 76 custom and expand 24 custom and expand installation deselecting features 64 selecting features 64 custom or expand installation client components 71 Windows 64 B basic web tier scenario configuration details 240 diagram 240 overview 240 system layers 240 BusinessObjects Enterprise available diagnostic tests 118.5 configuration details 58. 119 client 277 client components 65.

74 SIA port specification 51.ini file parameters 103 installation checklist 40. 67. 119 deployment scenario complex 256 diagram 256 deployment scenarios desktop client to server 220 general overview 220 deployments. 81. 93 selecting language packs 43 SIA node specification 51.Index database (continued) permissions 36 preparing your existing 35 database configuration details DB2 53 MySQL 53 oracle 53 SQL sever 53 sybase 53 database requirements character encoding 30 CMS overview 30 database server preparations 35 database. 157 web tier 90 installation .war WebLogic deployment 211 E environment database 31 I InfoView logging into 116 installation only server components 71 web application server 37. 25. 26 client tools 26 286 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.ini file 104 installation setup accepting license agreement 41 configuring existing database server 53 configuring MySQL 52 entering user information 42 product keycode specification 42 select web application option 56. 73 installation types 23. complex installing language packs 127 distributed deployments overview 29 domain names CMS location 21 domain names (continued) fully qualified 21 dswsbobje. 90 installation ini file creating 103 installation log file 153 installation overview 16 installation scenarios on Windows 23 installation script sample . 74 specifying CMS information 50. 204 WebLogic 208 WebLogic clusters 209 WebSphere 205 WebSphere cluster 206 WebSphere Community Edition 216 Deployment diagnostic tool 118 available tests 118.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 24. CMS 31 DB2 31 deployment documentation 10 JBoss 214 Oracle Application Server 213 SAP Application Server 215 Tomcat 212 Tomcat clusters 213 verifying 165.

Index installation types (continued) custom and expand 24 new 23 web tier 25 Installing MySQL configuring 52 inventory.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 287 . 83. 96 L language packs definition 126 English fallback 126 fallback to English 126 installation on Windows 127 installing 128 locale 126 locating 128 manual deployment 127 Product Locale 126 selecting locale 126 silent mode 129 specifying through installer 43 uninstalling 131 load balancer 273 log file installation 153 logging to the CMC 116 P preparing your database server 35 product registration 117 R registration wizard 117 remove installation 146 evoking maintenance mode 146 repair installation 146 evoking maintenance mode 146 S SAP Application Server manual deployment 215 scripted installation common parameters 107 scripted installation on Windows 102 server choosing location 22 M maintenance mode modify 146 remove 146 repair 146 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.xml 149 modify installation 146 evoking maintenance mode 146 MySQL installing as database 30 N network requirements firewalls 17 new 23 J JBoss manual deployment 214 O Oracle 31 Oracle Application Server manual deployment 213 Oracle Application Server 10g R3 configuration details 58.

153 log.xml 149.jar 149 user interface 150 viewing format ADAPT number 151 file 151 install/patch name 151 Sybase 31 system requirements 16 U Unicode 31 uninstalling 146. 90 T Tomcat configuring 57. 157 web services 197 web tier 25 web tier components features 67.txt 149. 83. 83.Index server communication fixed host names 21 multiple NIC hosts 21 set up 21 servers assigning static ports 230.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows . 147 silent 148 W WAR file verifying deployment 165. 204 war files configuring 194 deploying to remote server 194 preparing for WebLogic 271 WAR files context roots 198 deploying to WebLogic 10 272 deployment guidelines 199 web services 197 wdeploy functionality 158 log file 164 options 164 prerequisites 157 Tomcat 177 with JBoss 189 with Oracle 183 with SAP Application Server 186 with WebLogic 172 with WebSphere 165 with WebSphere Community Edition 191 web application deployment on remote machines 194 web application server configuration details 58.bat 149 SoftwareInventory. 266 clustering File Repository servers 265 setup.exe parameters -w 103 additional parameters 103 side-by-side installation 29 silent installation common parameters 107 silent installation on Windows 102 Software Inventory Tool functionality 149 history view 151 installation files 149 introduction 148 inventory. 153 search 153 SoftwareInventory. 96 minimum required rights 18 Web application server initial installation 37. 95 manual deployment 212 Tomcat clusters manual deployment 213 troubleshooting CMC logon 117 288 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.

83.Index web tier components (continued) specifying a CMS 92 Tomcat installation option 67.0 configuration details 58. 96 WebLogic 9 configuration details 58.0 Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows 289 . 206 manual deployment 205 WebSphere 6. 90 web services 67. 83. 96 WebLogic administration console deploying WAR files 272 WebLogic clusters manual deployment 209 WebSphere JSF implementation 168. 83. 90 web tier installation deselecting features 91 selecting features 91 WebLogic deploying with wdeploy 172 manual deployment 208 preparing cluster 268 WebLogic 10 configuration details 58. 96 Windows 23 BusinessObjects Enterprise custom or expand installation 64 scripted 102 silent installation 102 installation scenarios overview 23 BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.1 configuration details 58. 96 WebSphere cluster deploying to 206 WebSphere Community Edition manual deployment 216 WebSphere Community Edition 2. 90 web applications 67. 83.

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