1) Where do I find tomcat-users.xml? Is this file available even if we use WebSphere?
2) Set JAVA_HOME environment variable to a valid Jdk5 or Jdk6 directory - where do I find this directory information?
I am just starting with this and I am sure to encounter further issues, however, to at least get started, I think I will require answers to these questions.
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For the 'full-blown' App Servers like Websphere , Weblogic etc - you will need to use the 'admin console' (and/or you can do this with XML configuration if you really want to) to setup users and roles.
The same goes for 'JAVA_HOME' - the 'admin console' should allow you find where the 'JAVA_HOME' is set to.
The 'help' link you provided (and I checked the latest version of this on my 7.1.8 system - it's the same) probably needs to be modified to state this is specifically for Tomcat to avoid causing confusion - I'll contact our Documentation teams about that.
EDIT: With regard to the instructions needed for setting up the Diagnostic User : note that the installation guides for each Application Server (I have listed the latest [7.1.8] here - but you please check the PDN for your specific version) contain specific instructions on this.
FDBK-11742, Product Migration | PegaDiagnostic User Setup Help could be better is now in the product doc team's backlog.
The FDBK item links to this discussion and includes John's suggested solution along with links to the Product Migration Command Line Utility Guides that are available on the PDN. See the attached file.
The common note in the Product Migration Command Line Utility Guides (which did not carry into my attached file) is this:
Thanks for your response. I am still checking the solution that you provided, however, I was wondering if it's possible to extract a jar file into a target environment without any interaction with the source environment. So, for example, I want to work it like this:
1) I take the jar file from DEV environment using the OOTB Export tool.
2) I save that jar file in a specific folder (Shared folder).
3) Now, I want a tool which will take that jar file from that specific folder and extract into the QA environment.
So, basically, I am asking if there is a tool that can do the 3rd step for me or any suggestions on the same please?
>>> Now, I want a tool which will take that jar file from that specific folder and extract into the QA environment
My understanding is that the prpcutils.bat and prpcutils.sh files specifically include import of a zip or jar as one of their features. I'm having trouble with the pdn searching, so if any of you have an url to cite for prpcutils, please do. /Eric