Sun Java System Reference Configuration Series: Portal Service on Application Server Cluster

ProcedureTo Create a Secondary Configuration Instance

  1. Log in to the Access Manager Console.

    1. Confirm that Application Server on am1 is running.

      # /opt/SUNWappserver/appserver/bin/asadmin list-domains --user admin --terse=true

      When prompted, type the app-server-admin-password.

      If the Application Server is not running, then start it.

      # /opt/SUNWappserver/appserver/bin/asadmin start-domain --user admin domain1

      When prompted, type the app-server-admin-password.

    2. Start a browser.

    3. Go to the Access Manager login page:

      The Access Manager Console login page opens.

    4. Log in to the Access Manager Console by typing the following values and clicking Login.

      Input Field 


      User ID 




      The Access Manager Console opens.

  2. In the Access Manager Console main page, click the Service Configuration tab.

  3. In the Service Configuration tab, navigate to the New Secondary Configuration dialog box.

    1. Locate the Service Name pane on the left side of the tab.

    2. In the Service Name pane, scroll down and click the arrow to the right of Session.

      The Session detail is displayed in the right pane.

    3. In the Session detail pane, locate the Secondary Configuration Instances and click New.

      The New Secondary Configuration dialog box opens.

  4. In the New Secondary Configuration dialog box, type the following values and click Add.

    Input Field 


    Instance Name (this is the URL for the load balancer)

    Session Store User 

    am-svr-usr (the user name you establish in the following procedure for connecting to the Message Queue Server)

    Session Store Password 

    am-svr-usr-password (the password you set in the following procedure)

    Maximum Wait Time 


    Database URL, ( the list of broker addresses in the Message Queue broker cluster)

    The Secondary Configuration dialog box closes.

  5. Click Save to save your changes.