Loading the activator factory setup data on Unix or Linux®

You can load the factory setup data in the Activated mode. In this mode, the factory setup is activated, which may override the factory setup that you have already configured in IBM® Sterling Order Management System Software. This topic describes the steps to load the activator factory setup data.

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To load the factory defaults in the Activated mode:


  1. Ensure that the path to the Java™ executable is in your system path.
  2. Ensure that your <INSTALL_DIR> environment variable is setup correctly.
  3. Load the factory defaults in the Activated mode by executing the following ant script from the <INSTALL_DIR>/bin directory.
    ./sci_ant.sh -f isccs_load_activator_data.xml install -logfile <logfile>
    The script activates the services and user exit implementations. An implementation is provided for the following user exits:
    - YFSCollectionCreditCardUE
    - YFSCollectionOthersUE
    - YFSCollectionStoredValueCardUE
    - YFSBeforeCreateOrderUE
    - YFSBeforeChangeOrderUE
    - YFSProcessOrderHoldTypeUE
    - YCDCanPriceMatchBePerformedOnLinesUE

    This step also includes the validation of the existing data to ensure that the applications do not overwrite any existing configuration. This validation is performed only if user exits are implemented in a different manner as compared to the implementation provided by default. If the validation fails, the script exits without activating the services and user exit implementations. An error message containing information about the existing configuration that might get overwritten is then displayed.

    To override this validation, run the following ant script:

    ./sci_ant.sh -f isccs_load_activator_data.xml overrideinstall -logfile <logfile>

    If the user does not want to override the implementation of certain user exits, the references to such user exits must be commented out in the ISCCS_YFS_USER_EXIT_IMPL.xml file in the <Runtime>\database\FactorySetup\isccs\activator\ directory.