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Records Manager server machine after all the previous post-installation
configuration steps have been completed successfully.
Execute the RMEconfig tool
To execute the configuration tool, complete the following steps on the Records
Management node:
1. From the Windows Start menu, click Start
Run.
2. Enter rmeconfig and then click OK.
3. The RME Configuration Tool interface opens, as shown in Figure 11-7.
Figure 11-7 DB2 Records Manager RME Configuration Tool interface
4. Click Connect Logon.
5. Select a Content Manager server from the drop-down list next to Server.
6. Enter the password for the RMEadmin user ID to log in to the Content
Manager server.
7. Click OK.
Note: Only the DB2 Records Manager Server button is enabled the first
time you log in to the RMEconfig tool. The other buttons are enabled after
you enter and save the information specified when using the DB2 Records
Manager Server button.
Important: If the Content Manager server you want is not listed, this
means that it is not configured to communicate with this DB2 Records
Manager server. You have to configure it by completing the steps in 10.4.1,
“Configure the RME Host Interface component” on page 288.
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Specify DB2 Records Manager server information
To input the DB2 Records Manager server information into the RMEconfig
database, complete the following steps (see Figure 11-8 on page 314):
1. Click the DB2 Records Manager Server button on the RMEconfig main
page.
2. In the Server Host Name field, enter the host name or the fully qualified host
name for the DB2 Records Manager server.
3. In the Server URL field, enter the URL for the DB2 Records Manger Web
services server, for example:
http://ilm-rm.itsc.austin.ibm.com:9080/IRMWebServices/
4. In the Server ORB Port field, enter the ORB port number to which the DB2
Records Manager Engine server is listening, for example, 2809.
5. From the Server Database list, select the DB2 Records Manager database.
6. In the Client URL field, enter the URL for the Records Manager client logon
page, for example:
http://ilm-rm.itsc.austin.ibm.com:9080/IRMClient/
7. In the Administrator Password field, enter the password for the administrator
user ID on the DB2 Records Manager server.
Important: The first time you execute the RMEconfig tool to log in to the
Content Manager server, the password for the RMEadmin user ID will be
saved in the system for subsequent use until the next time the password is
changed. Whenever the RMEadmin password is changed, you have to run the
RMEconfig tool on the DB2 Records Manager server machine and log in to
RMEadmin so that it will save the changed password on the system.
Note: If the Server Database list is empty, either the DB2 Records
Manager server URL is incorrect or the DB2 Records Manager server is
not started.
Note: The DB2 Records Manager Web client default administrator logon
information is:
򐂰 User Name: administrator
򐂰 Password: cronos
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Figure 11-8 Records Manager DB2 Server definition
8. Click Save to save the server information.
Specify DB2 Records Manager definitions information
To input the DB2 Records Manager file plan and component definitions
information into the RMEconfig database, complete the following steps:
1. Click the DB2 Records Manager Definitions button.
2. Enter the values recorded in Table 11-1 on page 311.
3. Click Save to save the server definitions information.
Specify the DB2 Records Manager host application
To input the DB2 Records Manager host application information into the
RMEconfig database, complete the following steps:
1. Click the DB2 Records Manager Host Application button.
2. Enter the host application ID for the Content Manager server, as recorded in
Table 11-1 on page 311.
3. In the Host Application Password field, enter the password for the host
application.
4. Click Save to save the host application information.
Specify DB2 Content Manager information
To input the DB2 Content Manager information into the RMEconfig database,
complete the following steps:
1. Click the DB2 Content Manager button.

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