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Figure 8-20 Using the Test Connection button to verify the database connection
At this point your server should start and be Ready for e-Business. You should
verify that this is the case before you install the application EAR files. To do this
stop and restart the server at the command line:
>%WAS_HOME%\bin>stopserver server1 .
>%WAS_HOME%\bin>startserver server1 (
No matter what results you get in your command window, inspect the
SystemOut.log to be sure there are no exceptions between your startserver
command initiation and the final ready for e-Business message. The log is
located at:
%WAS_HOME$\logs\server1\SystemOut.log.
8.6 Install the private exchange application
Our sample application consists of four EAR files. We only have one process
map to think about and it is in ExchangeStubEAR.ear. Since the install procedure
for the EARs without .far files in them is simpler we do these first.
We install:
򐂰 EIS1EAR.ear
򐂰 EIS2_SRVREAR.ear
򐂰 EIS3_SRVREAR.ear
򐂰 ExchangeStub2EAR.ear

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