Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 Postinstallation Guide

ProcedureTo Use the Scripts and Related Files in the File

Before You Begin

Caution – Caution –

To run the setup utility, you must be using the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.4 or later. Make sure that your JAVA_HOME and PATH environment variables point to the JDK installation directory for the version of the JDK that you are using.

  1. Create a new directory to unzip the file. For example: amsfotools

  2. Download the file to the new directory and unzip the files.

  3. In the directory (amsfotools) where you unzipped the files, run the setup utility.

    On Windows systems, run the setup.bat utility.

    On Solaris and Linux systems, use this syntax to run the setup utility:

    setup -p | --path desireddir

    where desireddir is the directory where the setup utility unzips the session failover scripts and related files.

    If you run the setup utility without any options, the script prompts you for a path. If the path contains a space, run the setup utility without any options and then provide the path when you are prompted.

    The setup utility preforms these functions:

    • Unzips the session failover scripts and related files in the directory indicated by desireddir.

    • Unzips the files for Sun Java System Message Queue in the desireddir/jmq directory.

    • Unzips the files for BerkeleyDB in the desireddir/bdb directory.

    To display the help for the setup utility:

    setup -h | --help
Next Steps

You are now ready to configure Access Manager session failover. For more information, see Configuring Access Manager for Session Failover.