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– A window similar to that shown in Figure 12-17 is displayed. Click OK. A
data source is created in WebSphere Application Server for the data mart.
Figure 12-17 Successful integration of the WCA with WebSphere Commerce
6. Exit the WebSphere Commerce Configuration Manager. Click OK to publish
the changes to the WebSphere Commerce application. This may take a
couple of minutes.
7. For security reasons, the Configuration Manager Server is stopped. Click OK.
8. Restart the WebSphere Commerce server.
9. (Optional task) Using the IBM WebSphere Application Server Admin console,
verify whether the WCA data source is connecting successfully to the WCA
data mart. If the connection is not successful, view the Java virtual machine
(JVM™) logs for troubleshooting to resolve the problem. Otherwise, the WCA
will not be able to retrieve the data from the data mart to view the reports.
12.6 Running the WebSphere Commerce Analyzer
To run the WCA, it is important to ensure that the capture program (ASNCAP) is
running successfully on the WebSphere Commerce machine and that the DB2
database service is running on the Windows services of the WebSphere
Commerce machine and on the WCA machine.
12.6.1 Running the capture program on the WebSphere
To run the capture program on the WebSphere Commerce database, perform
the following tasks:
1. Before starting the capture program, update the configuration in the
WebSphere Commerce database by performing the following tasks:
a. Stop the WebSphere Commerce application from the WebSphere
Application Server Admin console.