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7. Next, you can customize the installation by adding or removing elements for
each main component. For the purposes of our scenario, we do not need to
create a new application server for WebSphere ESB. Verify that the selected
features are those shown in Figure 4-14, and click Next.
Figure 4-14 WebSphere ESB select features panel
8. Finally, review the summary information and click Install to initiate the
installation task. The installation process can take from 15 to 40 minutes,
depending on the performance of the target system. A progress bar shows
you the task status.
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9. When the installation completes a panel displays a success message, as
shown in Figure 4-15.
10.If the installation is successful, the environment can now create or add
WebSphere ESB capabilities to new or existing application server profiles.
Verify that the Profile Management Tool option is selected, and click Finish to
proceed to the next task.
Figure 4-15 WebSphere ESB installation results panel
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Augmenting the existing application server profile
In this section, we use the Profile Management Tool to modify our existing
application server profile by augmenting it with the WebSphere ESB capabilities.
Follow these steps to complete this task:
1. If the Profile Management Tool is not already running, locate and run the
pmt.bat file in the %WESBRE_ROOT%\bin\ProfileManagement folder.
2. In the Welcome panel, click Launch Profile Management Tool. The Profiles
tab lists the existing server profiles in the current installation package, as
shown in Figure 4-16. Select the server profile that we created in the previous
section, and click Augment.
Figure 4-16 Profile Management Tool: Profiles tab
3. In the next panel, you can select augments that can be applied to the selected
server profile. Select Stand-alone enterprise service bus, and click Next.
4. For profile augmentation options, select Typical Profile Augmentation, and
5. Provide the credentials for the profile’s administrative user. The default values
are those that were set when the profile was created, as shown in Figure 4-8
on page 86. Click Next.
6. For the database configuration, provide the options as shown in Figure 4-17.
The database name is the same name that is used for the WSRR component,
as shown in Figure 4-8 on page 86. Click Next.
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Figure 4-17 Profile Management Tool: Database configuration panel
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7. The next panel shows additional database configuration options. Provide
values as shown in Figure 4-18. Modify the database credentials according to
the values that were set during the profile creation (see Figure 4-8 on
page 86). Modify the database schema name as suggested, and then click
Figure 4-18 Profile Management Tool: Database configuration panel (Part 2)