Deployment Example 1: Access Manager 7.0 Load Balancing, Distributed Authentication UI, and Session Failover

ProcedureTo Deploy the Sample Application

The BEA Policy Agent comes with a sample application specifically created to help you test your access policies. Locate the sample application file here: opt/j2ee_agents/am_wl9_agent/sampleapp. For more information, see the file /opt/j2ee_agents/am_wl9_agent/sampleapp/readme.txt.

  1. Go to the Application Server 1 URL:

  2. Log in to the Application Server using the following information:





  3. In the Application Server console, on the Summary of Deployments page, click “Lock & Edit.”

  4. Under Domain Structure, click Deployments.

  5. Under Deployments, click Install.

  6. On the Install Application Assistant page, click the link.

  7. In the list for Location:, click the root directory.

    Navigate to the application directory: /opt/j2ee_agents/am_wl9_agent/sampleapp/dist

  8. Select agentsample, and then click Next.

  9. In the Install Application Assistant page, choose “Install this deployment as an application,” and then click Next.

  10. In the list of Servers, mark the checkbox for ApplicationServer-1, and then click Next.

  11. On the “Optional Settings” page, click Next to accept the default settings.

  12. On the Review Your Choices” page, click Finish.

    The Target Summary section indicates that the module agentsample will be installed on the target ApplicationServer-1.

  13. In the “Settings for agentsample” page, click Activate Changes.

  14. Under Domain Structure, click Deployments.

  15. In the Deployments list, mark the checkbox for agentsample, and then click Start > Servicing All Requests.

  16. On the Start Deployments page, click Yes.

    The state of the deployment changes from Prepared to Active.

  17. Log out of the Application Server 1 console.