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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-01-04T12:47:16Z by RDzJohn
RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
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Pinned topic RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

‏2011-11-24T14:09:59Z |
Hi All,

We have installed the volumes ( SBWAS1, SBWAS2, and SBWAS3 ) on RDz UT. so how can we get Websphere Application Server (WAS) and DB2 up and in working condition? Like if i want to see the Console so how can i see that?
Updated on 2012-01-04T12:47:16Z at 2012-01-04T12:47:16Z by RDzJohn
  • RDzJohn
    RDzJohn
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    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-11-28T15:46:54Z  
    DB2 should be configured out of the box. You will need to use a sysparm that starts DB2 at ipl. All of the WebSphere libraries are available if you use sysparm=BC/BW or construct one that looks like BC/BW. You will need to configure your WebSphere Server node yourself. There is a techdoc available that may help you through this process. WP101030 is for WebSphere 6.1, but the concepts are valid for WebSphere 7.0

    RDzJohn
  • RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
    RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
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    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-11-30T13:10:19Z  
    • RDzJohn
    • ‏2011-11-28T15:46:54Z
    DB2 should be configured out of the box. You will need to use a sysparm that starts DB2 at ipl. All of the WebSphere libraries are available if you use sysparm=BC/BW or construct one that looks like BC/BW. You will need to configure your WebSphere Server node yourself. There is a techdoc available that may help you through this process. WP101030 is for WebSphere 6.1, but the concepts are valid for WebSphere 7.0

    RDzJohn
    Hi Jon,
    Can you tell me where DB2 should be configure? Like from where we can see DB2 Console?
  • RDzJohn
    RDzJohn
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    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-11-30T13:47:21Z  
    Hi Jon,
    Can you tell me where DB2 should be configure? Like from where we can see DB2 Console?
    I assume you are asking about how to connect DB2 Connect to UT? When you start UT with one of the sysparms that starts DB2, the DB2 DDF server is started as well. When DDF starts, it issues a number of WTOs that specify the ip address, DB2 subsystem name, DB2 location name, and connect port. If you can't find these WTOs in the log, do a -DB9G DISPLAY DDF command from the MVS Console or SDSF and you will see these values. For a UT system as supplied by IBM, the valid parameters are:

    ip address - your TCP/IP address as specified in TCPIP.PROFILE
    DB2 subsystem name - DB9G
    DB2 location name - DALLAS9
    Connect port - 5035

    Using these values, you can create a remote connection to your DB2 on the UT box.

    RDzJohn
  • RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
    RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
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    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-11-30T16:57:14Z  
    • RDzJohn
    • ‏2011-11-30T13:47:21Z
    I assume you are asking about how to connect DB2 Connect to UT? When you start UT with one of the sysparms that starts DB2, the DB2 DDF server is started as well. When DDF starts, it issues a number of WTOs that specify the ip address, DB2 subsystem name, DB2 location name, and connect port. If you can't find these WTOs in the log, do a -DB9G DISPLAY DDF command from the MVS Console or SDSF and you will see these values. For a UT system as supplied by IBM, the valid parameters are:

    ip address - your TCP/IP address as specified in TCPIP.PROFILE
    DB2 subsystem name - DB9G
    DB2 location name - DALLAS9
    Connect port - 5035

    Using these values, you can create a remote connection to your DB2 on the UT box.

    RDzJohn
    Hi John,

    Thanks for DB2 Configuration now i am able to connect to DB2! But can u help me in WAS? Like i have seen in tech doc WP101030, where i can see the Node to configure and JCL's to run???

    Thanks,
    Shajeel
  • RDzJohn
    RDzJohn
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    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-11-30T18:09:34Z  
    Hi John,

    Thanks for DB2 Configuration now i am able to connect to DB2! But can u help me in WAS? Like i have seen in tech doc WP101030, where i can see the Node to configure and JCL's to run???

    Thanks,
    Shajeel
    You must create them. Check out Techdoc WP100999. Again, this is for version 6.1, but the concepts are still valid.

    RDzJohn
  • RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
    RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
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    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-12-02T13:29:32Z  
    • RDzJohn
    • ‏2011-11-30T18:09:34Z
    You must create them. Check out Techdoc WP100999. Again, this is for version 6.1, but the concepts are still valid.

    RDzJohn
    Hi John,

    From where we have to create them?

    Thanks,
    Shajeel
  • RDzJohn
    RDzJohn
    270 Posts

    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-12-02T13:53:50Z  
    Hi John,

    From where we have to create them?

    Thanks,
    Shajeel
    See the Techdoc mentioned earlier or check out the Infocenter here: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v7r0/index.jsp

    RDzJohn
  • RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
    RVXY_Shajeel_Khan
    30 Posts

    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2011-12-21T18:34:32Z  
    Hi John,

    We want to run WAS in UT Box. So i want to ask that from where we can view the data set of WAS Configuration files? like where WAS files are located because we want to configure them and want to see them in up and running.
  • RDzJohn
    RDzJohn
    270 Posts

    Re: RDz UT WAS and DB2 Configuration Issue

    ‏2012-01-04T12:47:16Z  
    Hi John,

    We want to run WAS in UT Box. So i want to ask that from where we can view the data set of WAS Configuration files? like where WAS files are located because we want to configure them and want to see them in up and running.
    You must use the WAS configuration jobs to create a set of configuration datasets. The WAS infocenter describes this process in great detail. Its not a simple process, but once you've done it once, it gets much easier. Make sure to follow all of the generated instructions for modifying your system configuration. WAS touches many pieces of the operating environment and depends greatly upon correct configuration.

    RDzJohn