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  • MasterScope SystemManager G 7.1WebConsole Option

    Environment Configuration Guide

    First EditionAugust, 2017

    NEC Corporation

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  • PrefaceTarget readers and objective

    This document is intended for system administrators who build a SystemManager G environment,and describes how to build the environment.

    The target readers need to be able to perform basic operations of the Linux OS.

    Overview of the documentThis document describes the procedures and settings for applying SystemManager G to an actualsystem.

    Notation rules of this documentIn this document, important notes and related information are described as follows:

    NoteNotes, warnings, and supplements on functions, operations, and settings are described.

    TipAdditional information and reference information are described.

    Notation listThe following conventions apply to this document.

    Notation How to use Example

    [ ] Squarebrackets

    Placed before and after anitem (such as a text box,check box, or tab) on thescreen

    Enter the machine name in the [Machine Name] text box.[All] check box

    " " Doublequotationmarks

    Placed before and after ascreen name (such as a dialogbox or window), and a nameof other manuals

    "Setting" window"Installation Guide"

    [ ] Squarebrackets in thecommand line

    Indicates that thespecification of the value in[ ] can be omitted.

    add [/a] Gr1

    Monospacefont (couriernew)

    Output from the command-line (such as a message orprompt)

    Execute the following command:replace Gr1

    Italicizedmonospace font(courier new)

    Indicates the items to bereplaced with a valid valueand input by users.If the value contains anyspaces, surround it with "" (double quotation marks).

    add GroupNameInstallPath=Install Path

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  • Notation How to use Example

    JSON example To improve readability, linebreaks and indentation areadded to the displayed JSONexamples.

    { "ID": [ "45ed3512" ], "Manager": { "ErrorMessage": "", "Name": "localhost", "Status": 200, "StatusCode": 200 }}

    Definitions

    Definition Description

    Installation directory of SystemManager G WebConsole Option.

    Installation directory of WSO2(SystemManager G WebConsole Option).

    Installation directory of SystemManager G Manager

    Installation directory of Application Server

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  • ContentsChapter 1. Introduction............................................................................................................... 1

    1.1 Cautions on building an environment ....................................................................................2

    Chapter 2. HA Cluster................................................................................................................. 3

    Chapter 3. Widget Options.......................................................................................................... 43.1 Creating a widget option file .................................................................................................5

    3.1.1 Creating widgets.properties .........................................................................................53.1.2 Creating widgets_[Locale].properties .........................................................................63.1.3 URL replacement keywords ........................................................................................7

    3.2 Editing preset widget option files ..........................................................................................7

    Chapter 4. Settings for Display on the Monitoring Window ................................................... 84.1 Editing the display configuration file of the monitoring window...........................................9

    Chapter 5. How to Back up and Restore Data ........................................................................ 115.1 Backing up the manager ......................................................................................................12

    5.2 Restoring the manager.........................................................................................................13

    Appendix A. Setting Items of the Property File ...................................................................... 16A.1 Setting items of the property file for msc components........................................................16

    A.1.1 Common configuration file (msc_common.properties).............................................16A.1.2 License management configuration file (msc_license.properties) .............................18A.1.3 Authority management configuration file (msc_auth.properties) ..............................20A.1.4 External link configuration file (msc_extlink.properties)..........................................22A.1.5 Message store configuration file (msc_messagestore.properties) ..............................26A.1.6 Monitoring status management configuration file (msc_status.properties)................29A.1.7 Business view configuration file (msc_businessview.properties) ..............................32

    Appendix B. Revision History................................................................................................... 35

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  • List of TablesTable 3-1 Widget option file .....................................................................................................5Table 3-2 Format of widgets.properties.....................................................................................5Table 3-3 Format of widgets_ja.properties................................................................................6Table 3-4 URL replacement keyword .......................................................................................7Table 3-5 Preset files provided for the product..........................................................................7Table 4-1 Character code and line feed code of displaySetting.json ..........................................9Table 4-2 JSON format used for displaySetting.json.................................................................9

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  • Chapter 1. IntroductionThis chapter describes cautions for applying SystemManager G to an actual system.

    Contents1.1 Cautions on building an environment ...........................................................................................2

    Chapter 1. Introduction

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  • 1.1 Cautions on building an environment1. Perform the procedures described in this manual as the administrator user.

    For procedures that are performed as a different user, a description is made.

    Chapter 1. Introduction

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  • Chapter 2. HA ClusterThis chapter describes how to build the SystemManager G manager in an HA cluster environment.For details on the installation an

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