Enabling WebSphere Application Server applications for PowerHA Smart Assist

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Lakshmi Priya Kanduru and Hari Krishna Manchineni

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: December 14, 2010

PowerHA Smart Assist validates applications before getting them configured. Smart Assists require applications to be installed in a certain way; instructions are available in user guides of specific applications. For WebSphere Application Server Smart Assist to discover WebSphere Application Server application running on cluster machines, users should follow the installation instructions for WebSphere Application Server in "Smart Assist for WebSphere User's Guide". Otherwise, WebSphere Application Server Smart Assist may not discover WebSphere Application Server running on cluster nodes. There are many instances wherein users face problems with WebSphere Application Server Smart Assist despite following steps in the user guide. These issues are not problems with WebSphere Application Server Smart Assist or WebSphere Application Server application itself, but they might arise due to WebSphere Application Server Smart Assist not integrating with WebSphere Application Server configuration with PowerHA. This article can help you with frequently encountered problems with WebSphere Application Server Smart Assist.

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