Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.1 2005Q2 Upgrade and Migration Guide

ProcedureTo Migrate Additional HTTP and IIOP Listeners Defined on the Source Server to the Target EE Server

If additional HTTP listeners or IIOP listeners have been defined in the source server, the IIOP ports must be manually updated for the target EE servers before any clustered instances are started. For example, if MyHttpListener was defined as an additional HTTP listener in server1, which is part of the cluster, because server instances are symmetrical in a cluster, the other instances in the cluster will also have the same HTTP listener. In the target configuration named <cluster_name>-config, this listener must be added with its port set to a system property {myHttpListener_HTTP_LISTENER_PORT}. In the target server, each server instance in this cluster that uses this configuration would have system property named myHttpListener_HTTP_LISTENER_PORT. The value of this property for all server instances would be set to the port value in the source server, server1. These system properties for these server instances must be manually updated with non-conflicting port numbers before the server is started.

If additional HTTP listeners have been defined in the source server, those listeners need to be added to the target server after the upgrade:

  1. Start the Admin Console.

  2. Expand Configuration and select the appropriate <server>-config configuration.

  3. Expand HTTP Service.

  4. Expand Virtual Servers.

  5. Select <server>.

  6. In the right hand pane, add the additional HTTP listener name(s) to the HTTP Listeners field.

  7. Click Save when done.