Web Server Configuration Details
Enter the Web Server root directory. You can browse to select the directory.
Enter the Web Server instance identifier. This is can be specified by a host.domain name such as west.sesta.com.
Enter the virtual server identifier. This can be specified by a https-host.domain name such as https-west.sesta.com.
For more information about the Web Server instance identifier and virtual server identifier, see the Web Server documentation.
Files for the Web Server instance are stored in the https-host.domain directory under the Web Server installation directory, for example /opt/SUNWwbsvr/https-west.sesta.com.
Enter the HTTP port number for the Web Server.
Click Next to continue, Back to return to the previous panel, or Cancel to exit.
The configuration program checks if the values you specified are valid. If a directory or identifier is invalid or does not exist, a dialog box tells you to choose a new value.
Next, the configuration program checks if a Web Server instance connection is alive. If not, a dialog box warns you that the configuration program could not connect to the specified instance and your configuration may not be completed. You can accept the specified values or choose new Web Server configuration values.
Default Domain Separator
This panel appears only if you are configuring the Delegated Administrator console. The domain separator is needed to configure the console; this information is not related to the Web container.
Enter the default domain separator to be used for authentication when the user logs on. For example: @.
The domain separator value is contained in the daconfig.properties file. You can edit this property value after the configuration program runs. For more information, see Chapter 4, Customizing Delegated Administrator.
If you are configuring the Delegated Administrator console:
If you chose to configure both the Delegated Administrator console and the server, go on to
If you chose to configure the Delegated Administrator console only (together with the required Delegated Administrator utility), go on to
If you are configuring the Delegated Administrator server:
Go on to