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Requirements for User Permissions for the Siebel Web Server Extension
This topic describes some requirements for permissions that affect installation or operation of the SWSE software and the Siebel virtual directories on the Web server.
This topic is part of Requirements for Installing and Configuring the Siebel Web Server Extension.
The user who will run the SWSE plug-in must have read, write, and execute permissions on the
language directories and their subdirectories (in this path, SWSE_ROOT is the directory in which the SWSE is installed and language is a language directory such as ENU, FRA, CHT, and so on). These permissions allow static public files to be cached on the Web server. These directories are created during SWSE installation and configuration. In general, Siebel administrators require full access to SWSE_ROOT and all of its subdirectories.
The Web server administrator and all of the Siebel users and groups must have read and execute permission on all of the virtual directories for Siebel Business Applications. The virtual directories are created on the Web server during SWSE configuration. If these permissions are not granted, then login pages will not be rendered properly.
See also Setting SWSE and Virtual Directory Permissions, Requirements for the Installation User for the Siebel Web Server Extension, and Granting User Permissions on the Web Server.
(AIX only) Before installing, verify that the login ID performing the installation has permission to run
slibclean by asking the administrator to change the permission as follows:
chmod 6555 /usr/sbin/slibclean