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Configuring Manual Activation for VisiBroker

In persistent mode, the CORBA Object Manager is always running and available for client requests. You should configure the CORBA Object Manager as either a manual server or an automatic server, but not both.

For detailed information about all the command-line options that are used in the following procedure, see Command-Line Syntax. Alternatively, you can use the shortcut created during installation to invoke the CORBA Object Manager by choosing Start > Programs > Siebel CORBA Object Manager 7.x.x > Siebel CORBA Object Manager (VisiBroker ORB).

To configure and start the CORBA Object Manager as a persistent server under VisiBroker

  1. Make sure that at least one VisiBroker Smart Agent, osagent.exe, is running on the local subnet or is, at least, visible to the current server. You can do this using the VisiBroker osfind utility.
  2. For more information on the osagent and osfind utilities, see the VisiBroker documentation.

  3. Start the CORBA Object Manager. At a command prompt execute the command:
  4. ssomvisi /n objname /c configfile /d datasource /l language [/b bindname [/x context] [otherarg ...]


    objname is the object name assigned to the SiebelAppFactory object.

    configfile is the full path and name of the Object Manager configuration file; the default is siebel.cfg, located in the same directory as ssomvisi.

    datasource is the name of the data source defined in the .cfg file; the default is Server.

    language is the three-letter code for the language in which to operate; for example, enu for U.S. English.

    For example,

    ssomvisi /n SiebelObjectFactory /c corbaom.cfg /d ServerDataSrc /l ENU

  5. Repeat Step 2 for each additional CORBA Object Manager you run on this server.
  6. NOTE:  You must change the object name specified.

  7. Repeat Step 1 through Step 3 for each additional server you configure.

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003