In the portal database instance, create the Pages tablespace with the name you provisioned when you completed the Installation and Configuration Worksheets for AquaLogic Pages and configure the tablespace to Automatically extend data file.
Create the Pages schema user with the name and password you provisioned when you completed the Installation and Configuration Worksheets for AquaLogic Pages. Grant the Pages schema user the Resource role and default ownership of the Pages tablespace.
There are several components involved in a Pages deployment:
Pages Application: the code needed to run the Pages application
Pages Portal Extensions: the portal objects used to display and access the Pages application in the portal
Image Service Files: the images, help, and other static files used by the Pages application
The components can be installed on different hosts, in any order; however, you should not start any of the components until all components are installed. For details on provisioning hosts for the various Pages components, see the Deployment Guide for BEA AquaLogic User Interaction.
In a typical deployment the Pages Application is installed on a different computer than the Pages Portal Extensions and the Image Service Files.
Complete the installer wizard pages. The installer prompts you for specific information about your system and configuration. For detailed instructions on responding to the installer wizard pages, see Completing the Installer Wizard Pages.
If you are using WebLogic, after installing the Pages Portal Extensions, you must redeploy the portal deployment in the WebLogic console. To redeploy the portal:
Open the WebLogic console.
Update, or delete and re-add, the portal deployment for the install_dir\webapp\portal.ear file.
Verifying the Repository Connection Settings
Use the Configuration Manager to verify that the Repository Connection settings are correct.
If you were not able to navigate to the Configuration Manager by clicking the link in the installer, navigate to https://localhost:12345/cm/ui/cm.jsf (replacing localhost with the name of the computer that hosts the Pages application, and replacing 12345 with the port number you specified during installation).
Log in as Administrator with the password you specified in the installer.
Click AquaLogic Pages.
Verify the values.
If any of the values are incorrect, click the name of the associated page (Repository or Application Settings) to display the editable fields. Correct the values and click Save.
If you are going to access Pages through AquaLogic Interaction, you need to register Pages with the portal, then modify experience definitions and custom navigation in the portal.
Use the Migration - Import Utility in the portal to register the Pages objects located in the migration package. The migration package is installed on the computer that hosts Pages, in install_dir\pages\1.0\serverpackages (for example, C:\bea\alui\pages\1.0\serverpackages\pagesobjects.pte). For more information, see Registering Pages with the Portal.