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Configuring Sun Java System Web Server to Accept the SWSE
For the Sun Java System Web Server (formerly Sun ONE Web Server) running under the Solaris operating system, you must configure the Web server to accept the changes that the SWSE installer makes to the Web server configuration files after you install SWSE. Otherwise, changes that you may make in the future to the Web server configuration will overwrite the changes made by the Siebel installation script.
To make sure that Sun Java System Web Server accepts changes made by SWSE
- Navigate to the Sun Java System Web Server Administration page. (For instructions, see the Sun Java System documentation.)
- Click the button that shows the server instance on which the SWSE was installed.
The Server Preferences page for the instance appears.
- On the upper-right side of the Server Preferences page, click Apply.
Another page with a warning message appears:
WARNING: The configuration files have been edited by hand. Use this button to load the latest configuration files.
- Click Load Configuration Files. This displays the message:
Success! The most recent config files have been loaded.
This message indicates that the Sun Java System Web Server has accepted the changes made to it by the installer.
Sun Java System Web Server References to the eapps.cfg File
During installation, the Siebel installer adds a reference to the Sun Java System Web Server configuration file magnus.conf. This file specifies global settings of the Web server, such as server information, object file configuration, DNS lookup, ACL, and so on.
A typical line the installer would add to magnus.conf might resemble the following example:
Init fn="swe-init" config-file="
- SWSE_ROOT = The root directory where the SWSE is installed
To locate magnus.conf