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System Requirements2

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Installing the BroadVision Adapter3

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Installing the IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment14

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Un-installing the BroadVision Adapter14

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Prerequisite Knowledge Requirements

Before you use the webMethods BroadVision Adapter, you should be familiar with the following:

webMethods Developer

webMethods Integration Server

JavaScripts

BroadVision One-to-One Enterprise Server

System Requirements

The following sections describe the software and hardware requirements of the BroadVision Adapter. Be sure the systems on which you will use the BroadVision Adapter meet these requirements before you proceed with the installation.

The BroadVision Adapter distribution consists of two adapters:

The Integration Server (IS)-BroadVision Adapter, which is an inbound adapter.

The BroadVision-IS Adapter, which is an outbound adapter.

IS-BroadVision (Inbound) Platform Support

Because the IS-BroadVision Adapter can communicate with the BroadVision Server through BroadVision CORBA services and the Session Portal interface, the adapter is made up of two pieces: the BroadVision CORBA Service piece and the Session Portal piece.

The BroadVision CORBA Service piece is supported on the following platforms:

Windows NT with Service Pack 4 or later

Windows 2000

Solaris

HP-UX

AIX

Linux

The Session Portal piece is supported on the following platforms:

Windows NT with Service Pack 4 or later

Windows 2000

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Solaris

HP-UX

BroadVision-IS (Outbound) Platform Support

The BroadVision-IS Adapter currently runs on the following platforms.

Solaris

HP-UX

Windows 2000

IS-BroadVision Adapter Software Requirements

The following software must be installed and running properly before you can install the software required to run the IS-BroadVision Adapter.

webMethods Integration Server, version 3.5.x (or later)

Java version 1.2.2 (for a Windows or a UNIX platform)

Iona Orbix Runtime Libraries (OrbixWeb.jar, OrbixNames.jar), which are installed automatically with the IS-BroadVision Adapter

webMethods ADK 1.0 runtime, which will be installed automatically with the IS- BroadVision Adapter

BroadVision-IS Adapter Software Requirements

The following software must be installed and running properly before you can install the software required to run the BroadVision-IS Adapter.

webMethods Integration Server, version 3.5.x (or later)

Java version 1.2.2 (for a Windows or a UNIX platform)

BroadVision One-to-One Enterprise Server version 5.5 or 6.0

Hardware Requirements

The BroadVision Adapter has no hardware requirements beyond those of the webMethods Integration Server and the BroadVision Server. You will find the hardware requirements for these products described in the documentation that came with those products.

Installing the BroadVision Adapter

The BroadVision Adapter consists of two pieces: the IS-BroadVision Adapter and the BroadVision-IS Adapter.

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The IS-BroadVision Adapter is installed on the webMethods Integration Server as the BroadVision55 package. The BroadVision-IS Adapter is installed on the BroadVision Server as the wmbvsn55 package in the directory $BV1TO1.

The installation procedure consists of the following stages:

Stage

Description

1
1

Install the IS-BroadVision Adapter.

2
2

Install the BroadVision-IS Adapter.

3
3

Verify and enable the installation of the CORBA Service piece of the IS- BroadVision Adapter.

4
4

Verify and enable the installation of the Session Portal piece of the IS- BroadVision Adapter.

5
5

Verify and enable the installation of the BroadVision-IS Adapter.

A log of the installation is saved for each adapter that you install, as follows:

Adapter

Log File

IS-BroadVision

ServerDirectory\BroadVisionInstall.log

BroadVision-IS

$BV1TO1\BroadVisionInstall.log

If the Integration Server and the BroadVision Server are installed on the same machine,

both logs will be combined and saved as $BV1TO1/ BroadVisionInstall.log.

Installing the IS-BroadVision Adapterbe combined and saved as $BV1TO1/ BroadVisionInstall.log . The BroadVision Adapter installation program installs the

The BroadVision Adapter installation program installs the BroadVision55 package and the example package WmBVExample on the webMethods Integration Server.

package WmBVExample on the webMethods Integration Server. Caution: If you have not yet installed the webMethods

Caution: If you have not yet installed the webMethods Integration Server, install it before you complete the following procedure.

Installing the IS-BroadVision Adapterinstall it before you complete the following procedure. If you are installing the adapter under Solaris,

If you are installing the adapter under Solaris, HP-UX, Windows NT, or Windows

2000, the installation program installs the Session Portal and the BroadVision CORBA Service pieces. If you are installing on any other platform, the installation

program only installs the BroadVision CORBA Service piece.

To install the IS-BroadVision Adapter, perform the following steps:

1. Run the appropriate installation program:

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In a Windows MS-DOS session:

WmBroadVision_en_US.exe

In a UNIX X-Windows environment:

JVMExecutable –cp WmBroadVision_en_US.jar run

In a UNIX console:

JVMExecutable –cp WmBroadVision_en_US.jar run -console

where JVMExecutable is your system’s JVM executable file.

2. Click Next in response to the installation wizard prompt.

3. Read the copyright agreement and click Next.

4. Select the IS-to-BroadVision Adapter option and specify the Integration Server location in which to install the IS-BroadVision Adapter; click Next. For example:

/opt/webMethods/IntegrationServer4

5. If you are installing on a UNIX platform, the wizard prompts you for the path of your JVM. The installer requires a JVM to perform certain tasks during the installation. Valid versions of JVM include Sun’s JDK 1.2 and 1.3. For example:

/usr/local/java/1.2.2/bin/java

6. The wizard installs and enables the BroadVision55 package and the WmBVExample package on the webMethods Integration Server.

7. Click Exit.

Caution: Under Integration Server version 3.x, the installation program installs some upgrades for guaranteed delivery. These Under Integration Server version 3.x, the installation program installs some upgrades for guaranteed delivery. These upgrades will be removed upon un-installation.

Caution: Under Integration Server version 4.0.1 and later, you might need to assign a webMethods Integration Under Integration Server version 4.0.1 and later, you might need to assign a webMethods Integration Server Access Control List (ACL). For information about doing this, see the webMethods Integration Server Administrator’s Guide.

Stage 2
Stage 2

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The BroadVision Adapter installation program installs the wmbvsn55 package in the BroadVision installation directory ($BV1TO1) on the BroadVision Server.

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Caution: If you have not yet installed the BroadVision Server, install it before you complete the If you have not yet installed the BroadVision Server, install it before you complete the following procedure.

Caution: If you are installing under UNIX, and you are using BroadVision One-to-One version 5.5, you If you are installing under UNIX, and you are using BroadVision One-to-One version 5.5, you must login as root in order to install the BroadVision-IS adapter.

However, if you are using BroadVision One-to-One version 6.0, you must login as the user BroadVision in order to install the BroadVision-IS adapter.

BroadVision in order to install the BroadVision-IS adapter. Installing the BroadVision-IS Adapter To install the

Installing the BroadVision-IS Adapter

To install the BroadVision-IS Adapter, perform the following steps:

1. Shut down your BroadVision Interaction Manager.

2. Shut down your BroadVision Server by issuing the following command:

bvconf shutdown

3. Run the appropriate installation program:

In a Windows MS-DOS session:

WmBroadVision_en_US.exe

In a UNIX X-Windows environment:

JVMExecutable –cp WmBroadVision_en_US.jar run

In a UNIX console:

JVMExecutable –cp WmBroadVision_en_US.jar run -console

where JVMExecutable is your system’s JVM executable file.

4. Click Next in response to the wizard prompt.

5. Read the copyright agreement and click Next.

6. Select the BroadVision-to-IS Adapter option and specify your BroadVision root directory; click Next. For example:

/opt/bv1to1

7. Specify whether you want the wizard to install the sample scripts required by the BroadVision Adapter tutorial.

8. If you are installing on a UNIX platform, the wizard prompts you for the path of your JVM. The installer requires a JVM to perform certain tasks during the installation. Valid versions of JVM include Sun’s JDK 1.2 and

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1.3. For example:

/usr/local/java/1.2.2/bin/java

9. Click Next. The wizard displays an installation confirmation message.

10. Click Next. The installation program installs wmbvsn55 in the $BV1TO1 directory on the BroadVision Server.

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Stage 3

11. Click Exit.

Verifying and Enabling the Installation of the BroadVision CORBA Service Piece of the IS-BroadVision Adapter

To verify that you have successfully installed the CORBA Service piece of the IS- BroadVision Adapter, perform the following steps:

1. Verify that the BroadVision55 package appears in your Integration Server’s package directory.

2. Verify that files OrbixWeb.jar and OrbixNames.jar appear in your Integration Server’s lib directory.

3. Modify the server.bat file (server.sh on UNIX) to load the OrbixWeb.jar and OrbixNames.jar.

If using HP-UX, note the following:

If you are running Integration Server 3.6 under HP-UX, update the SHLIB_PATH command by adding the text in bold shown below:

SET SHLIB_PATH=${JDKDIR}/lib/native_threads:${JDKDIR}/lib/

native_threads/PA_RISC2.0/classic:${SERVDIR}/lib:${SHP}

If you are running Integration Server 4.0.1 or later under HP-UX, update the SHLIB_PATH command by adding the text in bold shown below:

SET

SHLIB_PATH=${JAVA_ROOT}/lib/native_threads:${JAVA_ROOT}/lib

/native_threads/PA_RISC2.0/classic:${B2B_ROOT}/lib:${SAVED_

HP}

If using any UNIX platform, note the following:

If you are running Integration Server 3.6 or later under UNIX, update the JCMD command by adding the text in bold shown below:

JCMD="{JDKDIR}/bin/java

classpath ${JDKDIR}/bin/java ${JDKADD} -Xbootclasspath:${SERVDIR}/lib/OrbixWeb.jar:

${SERVDIR}/lib/OrbixNames.jar:${JDKDIR}/lib/rt.jar:

${JDKDIR}/lib/i18n.jar : $* ? ${CLASSPATH}:${ADDCLASSES}"

com.wm.app.b2b.server.Main –

If you are running Integration Server 4.0.1 or earlier under UNIX, update the UMA command by adding the text in bold shown below:

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UMA="${UMA} ${B2B_MAIN} -classpath${JAVA_RUN}

-Xbootclasspath:${B2B_ROOT}/lib/OrbixWeb.jar:

${B2B_ROOT}/lib/OrbixNames.jar:${JAVA_ROOT}/lib/rt.jar:

${JAVA_ROOT}/lib/i18n.jar : $* ? ${CLASSPATH}"

If using Windows, note the following:

If you are running Integration Server 3.6 or earlier under Windows, update the JDKDIR command to point to the correct JDK. This JDK must be Sun’s JDK 1.2.2 or later.

If you are running Integration Server 4.0.1 under Windows, update the JAVA_ROOT command to point to the correct JDK. This JDK must be Sun’s JDK 1.2.2 or later.

If you are running Integration Server 3.6 or earlier under Windows, update the SCMD command by adding the text in bold shown below:

SET SCMD="%JDKDIR%\bin\%SUNCMD%" -ms64M -mx64M –classpath … "%SERVDIR%"\bin\runserver.bat com.wm.app.b2b.server.Main –classpath "%JDKDIR%\bin\%SUNCMD%" -ms64M -mx64M -Xbootclasspath:%SERVDIR%\lib\OrbixWeb .jar;%SERVDIR%\lib\OrbixNames.jar;%JDKDIR%\lib\rt.jar;%JDKD IR%\lib\i18n.jar : %1 %2 %3 …

If you are running Integration Server 4.0.1 or earlier under Windows, update the UMA command by adding the text in bold shown below:

set UMA=%UMA% %B2B_MAIN% %CP_SWITCH%%JAVA_RUN%

-Xbootclasspath:%B2B_ROOT%\lib\OrbixWeb.jar;

%B2B_ROOT%\lib\OrbixNames.jar;%JAVA_ROOT%\lib\rt.jar;

%JAVA_ROOT%\lib\i18n.jar : %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 ? %CLASSPATH%

4. Enable your BroadVision Interface Repository (IFR) by running the following commands on the BroadVision Server:

putit IFR /opt/bv1to1/orbix/bin/ifr chmodit IFR i+all

putit IFR /opt/bv1to1/orbix/bin/ifr chmodit IFR i+all Note: If you shut down and then re-start your BroadVision

Note: If you shut down and then re-start your BroadVision Server, you must re-enable your IFR and put your IDL files back into the IFR.

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Verifying and Enabling the Installation of the Session Portal Piece of the IS-BroadVision AdapterInstalling the BroadVision Adapter If using Solaris or HP-UX: Note If you are installing on HP-UX,

If using Solaris or HP-UX:of the Session Portal Piece of the IS-BroadVision Adapter Note If you are installing on HP-UX,

Note If you are installing on HP-UX, in the instructions below, replace the suffix .so with the Note If you are installing on HP-UX, in the instructions below, replace the suffix . s suffix .sl.

1. Verify that the file libwmSessionPortal.so appears in your Integration Server’s lib directory.

2. Copy the files libsessionHandle.so.1 and libbvcallin.so.1 from $BV1TO1 to the lib directory of your Integration Server directory.

3. Make sure you have execute permissions on the following files:

libsessionHandle.so.1

libbvcallin.so.1

libwmSessionPortal.so

4. Create the following directory in your system:

/etc/opt/BVSNsmgr

5. Copy file bvsm.cfg from your BroadVision Server’s /etc/opt/BVSNsmgr directory to your /etc/opt/BVSNsmgr.

Note: Your system administrator should give you the bvsm.cfg file. This file pertains to your default Interaction Manager (IM). However, if a named IM is running on your BroadVision Note: Your system administrator should give you the bvsm.cfg server, you should copy that configuration file server, you should copy that configuration file instead of bvsm.cfg. If you want to change your configuration file, shut down your Integration Server first.

configuration file, shut down your Integration Server first. If using Windows NT or Windows 2000: 1.

If using Windows NT or Windows 2000:

1. Verify that file wmSessionPortal.dll appears in your Integration Server’s BroadVisiondll directory.

2. Copy the following files from c:\bv1to1\bin to your Integration Server’s BroadVisiondll directory.

bvcore.dll

bvidl.dll

callin.dll

libscfg.dll

libsmgr_util.dll

mny204d.dll

remoteSession.dll

tls704d.dll

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3. Copy the following files from c:\bv1to1\orbix\bin to your Integration Server’s BroadVisiondll directory.

itglm301.dll

itlmm301.dll

itm_m301.dll

itolm301.dll

4. Modify the server.bat file to load the BroadVision .dll files.

If you are running Integration Server 3.6 or earlier under Windows, update the PATH command by adding the text in bold shown below:

SET PATH=%SLP%;%SERVDIR%\lib;%SERVDIR%\BroadVisiondll

If you are running Integration Server 4.0.1 or earlier under Windows, update the PATH command by adding the text in bold shown below:

SET PATH=%SAVED_PATH%;%B2B_ROOT%\BroadVisiondll

5. Create the following directory in your system:

c:\bv1to1_var\BVSNsmgr

6. Copy file bvsm.cfg from your BroadVision Server’s directory to your c:\bv1to1_var\BVSNsmgr directory.

directory to your c:\bv1to1_var\BVSNsmgr directory . Note: Your system administrator should give you the

Note: Your system administrator should give you the bvsm.cfg file. This file pertains to your default Interaction Manager (IM). However, if a named IM is running on your BroadVision server, you should copy that configuration file instead of bvsm.cfg. If you want to change your configuration file, shut down your Integration Server first.

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7. Verify that your system has the following registry key:

7. Verify that your system has the following registry key: In this registry key, verify that

In this registry key, verify that your system has the following variable:

key, verify that your system has the following variable: Stage 5 Verifying and Enabling the Installation
Stage 5
Stage 5

Verifying and Enabling the Installation of the BroadVision-IS Adapter

To verify that you have successfully installed the BroadVision-IS Adapter, perform the following steps:

1. Shut down your BroadVision Interaction Manager.

2. Shut down your BroadVision Server.

3. In your BroadVision root directory, verify that the following files are included:

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/wmCorbaServer.jar

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/wmBvIdl.jar

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/client.zip

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/client.jar

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/lib/libwmservercomponents.so (for Solaris) $BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/lib/libwmservercomponents.sl (for HP-UX) $BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/lib/libwmservercomponents.dll (for Windows 2000) (Note that Execute permission is required.)

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmMessages.msg

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmSvr.jsi

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmBvjSrv.sh

(Note that Execute permission is required.)

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmMessages.log

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmComponent.cfg

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$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/doc/readme.txt

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/doc/ReleaseNotes.html

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/doc/BroadVisionInstallGuide.pdf

$BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/doc/BroadVisionUserGuide.pdf

4. Change your directory to the following directory:

If UNIX:

cd $BV1TO1/bin/svr

If Windows 2000:

cd $BV1TO1\bin

5. Run the following command to make a soft link for your CORBA server wmCorba_srv, which is embedded in wmCorbaServer.jar:

If UNIX:

ln –s $BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmBvjSrv.sh wmCorba_srv

If Windows 2000:

cp $BV1TO1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/wmBvjSrv.sh wmCorba_srv

6. Modify your bv1to1.conf file as follows:

a)

Change your directory to the following directory: $BV1TO1_VAR/etc

b)

Open the bv1to1.conf file.

c)

Create the following environment variable:

WMDIR=$getenv(BV1TO1)+ "/wmbvsn55/script_lib"

d)

Search for the string BV_LD_LIBRARY_PATH and append the following lines:

+

$arg(path_sep) + $getenv(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/lib"

e)

Search for the string bv_js_library_dir and append the following lines:

+

":" + $getenv(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/lib"

f)

Search for the string classpath and add the following lines above the classpath:

IT_JAVA_INTERPRETER=$env(BV1TO1) + "/jre/bin/java" IT_DEFAULT_CLASSPATH= $env(BV1TO1_VAR) + "/orb" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/orbix/lib/OrbixNames.jar" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/orbix/lib/OrbixWeb.jar" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/wmBvIdl.jar" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/wmCorbaServer.jar" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/CLASSES" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/orbix/tools/jre/lib/rt.jar" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/orbix/tools/jre/lib/swingall.jar"

If you have client.zip or client.jar in wmbvsn55/CLASSES, add the following lines:

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+":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/client.zip" +":" + $env(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/CLASSES/client.jar"

g) Search for the Remarks string Global processes and add the following line:

process wmCorba_srv {

parameter logdir=$env(BV1TO1_VAR) + ”/logs/hostname

}

h) Search for the string cachecontrol_path and add the following lines:

#webMethods IS-BroadVision related information wmJavaServerMgr_path=”webMethods/JavaServer”

i) Save the file.

7. Append the following text to file $BV1TO1_VAR/etc/.bvlog.conf:

36 catalog BroadVision_root_directory/wmbvsn55/script_lib/

wmMessages.msg

For example, if your BroadVision root directory is /opt/bv1to1, then the command will look like this:

36 catalog /opt/bv1to1/wmbvsn55/script_lib/

wmMessages.msg

8. Modify file /etc/opt/BVSNsmgr/bvsm.cfg as follows:

Search for the string default_object_path and append the following line:

+ $getenv(BV1TO1) + "/wmbvsn55/lib"

9. Start your BroadVision Server by issuing the following command:

bvconf execute

You should see wmCorba_srv starting.

10. Start your BroadVision Interaction Manager.

11. Enable your BroadVision Interface Repository (IFR) by running the following commands on the BroadVision Server:

putit IFR $BV1TO1/orbix/bin/ifr chmodit IFR i+all

chmodit IFR l+all putidl -I $BV1TO1/include/idl $BV1TO1/include/idl/idl_name.idl

-I $BV1TO1/include/idl $BV1TO1/include/idl/ idl_name. idl Note: If you shut down and then re-start your BroadVision

Note: If you shut down and then re-start your BroadVision Server, you must re-enable your IFR and put your IDL files back into the IFR.

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Installing the IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment

You must install the IS-BroadVision Adapter on each webMethods Integration Server in the cluster.

Configuring the IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment

Because the configuration information for the IS-BroadVision Adapter is maintained in the repository, you may update the configuration of the IS-BroadVision Adapter from any host in the cluster and the changes will be available to each of the other hosts.

Implementing the webMethods IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment

For information about implementing the webMethods IS-BroadVision Adapter in a clustered environment, see the webMethods BroadVision Adapter User Guide.

Un-installing the BroadVision Adapter

When you un-install the BroadVision Adapter, you must un-install both the IS- BroadVision Adapter and the BroadVision-IS Adapter. If both adapters are installed on the same machine, you can un-install them both at the same time. If this is the case, a log of the un-installation will be saved as

ServerDirectory\BroadVisionUninstall.log, where ServerDirectory is the

directory in which you installed your Integration Server.

If you un-install just one of the adapters, a log of the un-installation will be saved in one of the following log files:

Adapter

Log File

IS-BroadVision

ServerDirectory\BroadVisionUninstall.log

BroadVision-IS

$BV1TO1\BroadVisionUninstall.log

To completely remove the BroadVision Adapter, perform the following steps:

remove the BroadVision Adapter, perform the following steps: To un-install the IS-BroadVision Adapter under Windows 1.

To un-install the IS-BroadVision Adapter under Windows

1. Start the un-installation process by using the MS Windows Add/Remove Programs utility.

2. Click webMethods IS-BroadVision Edition.

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3. The un-install program asks you whether you want it to clean the repository with entries specific to the adapter. If this is an upgrade, the entries should not be deleted. If the repository is remote, it should be started for deletions to occur.

is remote, it should be started for deletions to occur. To un-install the IS-BroadVision Adapter under

To un-install the IS-BroadVision Adapter under UNIX

1. Change directory to ServerDirectory/_uninst/BroadVision.

2. Enter the following command to start the un-install program:

JVMExecutable –cp uninstallBroadVision.jar run.

where JVMExecutable is your system’s JVM executable file.

3. The un-install program will then prompt you whether you want it to delete from the repository any entries specific to the adapter. If the repository is a remote repository, you should start it if you want these entries to be deleted.

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CHAPTER 1 Installation and Setup To un-install the BroadVision-IS Adapter under UNIX or Windows Caution: You

To un-install the BroadVision-IS Adapter under UNIX or Windows

Caution: You must login as root in order to un-install the BroadVision-IS Adapter if using BroadVision One-to-One 5.5.

However, you must login as BroadVision user in order to un-install the BroadVision-IS Adapter if using BroadVision One-to-One 6.0.

1. Change directory to $BV1TO1/_uninst/BroadVision.

2. Enter the following command to start the un-install program:

JVMExecutable –cp uninstallBroadVision.jar run.

where JVMExecutable is your system’s JVM executable file.

INDEX

B

BroadVision-IS platform support 3 software requirements 3

H

hardware requirements 3

I

installation overview 3 installation prerequisites 2 installing BroadVision-IS Adapter 5 in clustered environment 14 IS-BroadVision Adapter 4 IS-BroadVision platform support 2 software requirements 3

P

platform support BroadVision-IS Adapter 3 IS-BroadVision Adapter 2

R

requirements, system 2

S

software requirements BroadVision-IS Adapter 3 IS-BroadVision Adapter 3 system requirements 2

U

un-installing the BroadVision Adapter 14

V

verifying and enabling installation of BroadVision-IS Adapter 11 installation of CORBA Service 7

webMethods BroadVision Adapter Installation Guide webMethods, Inc. 3930 Pender Drive Fairfax, VA 22030 USA 703.460.2500

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Installation Guide

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CONTENTS

Installation and Setup

1

Prerequisite Knowledge Requirements

2

System Requirements

2

IS-BroadVision (Inbound) Platform Support

2

BroadVision-IS (Outbound) Platform Support

3

IS-BroadVision Adapter Software Requirements

3

BroadVision-IS Adapter Software Requirements

3

Hardware Requirements

3

Installing the BroadVision Adapter

3

Installing the IS-BroadVision Adapter

4

Installing the BroadVision-IS Adapter

5

Verifying and Enabling the Installation of the BroadVision CORBA Service Piece of the IS-BroadVision Adapter

7

Verifying and Enabling the Installation of the Session Portal Piece of the IS-BroadVision Adapter

9

Verifying and Enabling the Installation of the BroadVision-IS Adapter

11

Installing the IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment

14

Configuring the IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment

14

Implementing the webMethods IS-BroadVision Adapter in a Clustered Environment

14

Un-installing the BroadVision Adapter

14