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  • Latest Post - ‏2011-06-29T18:30:10Z by mrmr
SanhitaS
SanhitaS
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Pinned topic Unable to view TBSM service

‏2011-06-02T09:59:56Z |
Hi

Despite the successful installation of TBSM,I am unable to view it in services. Any idea how TBSM can be reflected in the list of services?

Thanks
Updated on 2011-06-29T18:30:10Z at 2011-06-29T18:30:10Z by mrmr
  • mrmr
    mrmr
    13 Posts

    Re: Unable to view TBSM service

    ‏2011-06-20T13:19:29Z  
    SanhitaS:

    Can you please elaborate on the situation you are trying to resolve? I'm unclear on how you want TBSM reflected in the "list of services". Is this reference to a Windows OS service? Or representing TBSM in a MOSWOS type situation? Or forwarding TBSM service status for an SLA?

    Thanks.
    • Michael
  • SanhitaS
    SanhitaS
    9 Posts

    Re: Unable to view TBSM service

    ‏2011-06-24T05:58:28Z  
    • mrmr
    • ‏2011-06-20T13:19:29Z
    SanhitaS:

    Can you please elaborate on the situation you are trying to resolve? I'm unclear on how you want TBSM reflected in the "list of services". Is this reference to a Windows OS service? Or representing TBSM in a MOSWOS type situation? Or forwarding TBSM service status for an SLA?

    Thanks.
    • Michael
    Hi

    What I mean to say is that the TBSM Dashboard Server,i.e. TBSMProfile_Port_17310 is not visible in the list of services on Windows XP platform.

    Thanks
  • mrmr
    mrmr
    13 Posts

    Re: Unable to view TBSM service

    ‏2011-06-29T18:30:10Z  
    • SanhitaS
    • ‏2011-06-24T05:58:28Z
    Hi

    What I mean to say is that the TBSM Dashboard Server,i.e. TBSMProfile_Port_17310 is not visible in the list of services on Windows XP platform.

    Thanks
    SanhitaS:

    Windows XP is not supported as a server environment of TBSM. According to the Installation Guide (http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v3r1/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.tivoli.itbsm.doc/welcome.htm): "Windows XP Professional (client only) Intel x86, 32-bit"

    If you are using XP as the client machine (browser), you would not see the server process reflected in that machine's Windows OS service list.

    Hopefully that provides additional clarification.

    • Michael