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port: The port on which the HTTP server assigned to this Workplace Services Express
instance is running
This is typically port 80, unless you specified a nonstandard port when configuring your
Workplace Services Express server.
For our example, we entered the following command:
cfgaccweb2 -appsvrtype *WSE -wasinst ITSOWSE1 -wpusrid wpsadmin -wppwd password -wpurl
itsowse1.rchland.ibm.com/lwp/config -wppag *YES
6. The cfgaccweb2 command runs and several messages are displayed (Figure 7-31). After
the cfgaccweb2 command completes, iSeries Access for Web is configured on your
Workplace Services Express server.
Figure 7-31 Output of the cfgaccweb2 command
7.4 Configuring the iSeries Access for Web portlets
After the iSeries Access portlets are installed, you see a new My iSeries tab in your
Workplace Services Express server. See Figure 7-32.
Depending on the method of authentication which you choose to use with the iSeries Access
for Web portlets, you might have to perform some configuration before using the portlets. If
you configured EIM, as explained in 7.1, “Configuring EIM for use with the iSeries Access
portlets” on page 209, no further configuration is needed. You can start using the portlets to
access information on your iSeries server. If you did not configure EIM, you must set some
authentication information in the portlet’s configuration mode.
QSH Command Entry
Configuring iSeries Access for Web
Preparing to perform the configuration changes.
Calling Portal Server to perform the configuration changes.
Refer to the following log file for additional success/failure information:
/QIBM/UserData/Access/Web2/wse/itsowse1/logs/cfgwseiwa.log
Refer to the following log file for additional success/failure information:
/QIBM/UserData/Access/Web2/wse/itsowse1/logs/cfgwseiwapage.log
iSeries Access for Web command has completed.
===>
F3=Exit F6=Print F9=Retrieve F12=Disconnect
F13=Clear F17=Top F18=Bottom F21=CL command entry

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