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The message Server_adminServer open for e-business should appear in
this file when the server has started successfully.
3. Start the WebSphere Application Server Administrative Console by running
the adminclient.sh script as follows on the Commerce/Application Server
(system B):
# cd /opt/WebSphere/AppServer/bin
# ./adminclient.sh &
4. From the Administrative Console, select and expand WebSphere
Administrative Domain -> Nodes -> <your_node>
5. Select the
Default Server and right-click Start.
6. An information window should appear, indicating that the server has started.
OK to close the information window.
7. Ensure that the remote iPlanet Web Server instances are started.
8. Start a browser and enter the URLs for the snoop servlet:
Information about /servlet/snoop is displayed.
9. If the snoop application works properly, stop the Default Server application
server and continue to the next section. If not, resolve the problem before
The WebSphere Application Server installation, configuration, and verification
are now complete.
12.6 WebSphere Commerce installation
This section describes how to install IBM WebSphere Commerce V5.4, Business
Edition for Sun SPARC Solaris on the Commerce Application Server.
Note: The default server is used for testing only. You can stop it or remove
it after testing. It should never be left running on a production system,
because it may pose a security hazard to your site.
Note: For more information, refer to the
Installation Guide, IBM WebSphere
Commerce V5.4 Professional and Business Edition for Solaris and Oracle
product guide.
Chapter 12. Solaris three-tier runtime: Oracle8i and iPlanet Web Server 411
Install IBM WebSphere Commerce V5.4, Business Edition
To install WebSphere Commerce V5.4, complete the following steps:
1. Start a Solaris Console and log in as root.
2. Insert the IBM WebSphere Commerce V5.4, Business Edition CD 1 in the
CD-ROM drive.
3. Open the Solaris Admintool by entering the following command to start
WebSphere Commerce installation:
# /bin/admintool &
4. Select Browse from the menu bar, and then select Software.
5. When the Admintool: Software window appears, select
Edit from pull-down
and then select
6. When the Admintool: Set Source Media window appears, do the following
and then click
Software Location: we selected
CD with Volume Management
If you have Volume Manager installed, select CD with Volume
in the Software Location field.
If you do not have Volume Manager installed, select
CD without
Volume Management
in the Software Location field.
CD Path: /cdrom_dir/WebSphereCommerce
Where cdrom_dir is the mount point for your CD-ROM driver.
7. When the Admintool: Add Software window appears, select the following from
the list of packages and then click
IBM WebSphere Commerce Business Edition runtime
WebSphere Commerce is automatically installed in
/opt/WebSphere/CommerceServer, and is only supported in that directory.
IBM WebSphere Commerce Business Edition samples
This is optional. We selected this option for test purposes.
IBM WebSphere Commerce Business Edition docs
This is optional. We did not install this option for our scenario.
8. When asked whether you want to proceed with the install of each package,
type y to each prompt, and press Enter.
9. When all packages are installed, press Enter to continue and then close the
The WebSphere Commerce installation is now complete.

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