System Administration Guide

About this book

Getting Started

Starting the Jaguar server

Using EAServer Manager

Administration password and OS authentication

Shutting down a server

Verifying your environment

Sybase Central Overview

Overview

Start-up options

EAServer Manager

Certificates folder and the standalone Security Manager

Keyboard navigation

Creating and Configuring Servers

Creating or deleting a server

Configuring servers

Configuring listeners

Starting the server

Configuring log profiles

Configuring server stack size

IPV6 support

Using Admin mode

Operating system configuration

Database Access

Connecting to databases

Configuring connection caches

Configuring connectors

Configuring Adaptive Server Enterprise connections

Naming Services

How does the EAServer naming service work?

CORBA CosNaming API support

JNDI support

Configuring the EAServer naming service

Using an LDAP server with EAServer

Clusters and Synchronization

Cluster overview

Configuring a cluster

Synchronization

Load Balancing, Failover, and Component Availability

Understanding load balancing

Understanding high availability

Configuring load balancing

Deploying components to a cluster

Deploying Web applications to a cluster

Implementing Sybase Failover for high availability systems

Setting up the Message Service

Configuring the message service

Adding and configuring the message service parts

Viewing messages and statistics

Importing and Exporting Application Components

Deploying packages and components

Deploying Web applications

Deploying J2EE applications

Deploying application clients

Deploying connectors

Deploying other entity types

Using EAServer configuration files in J2EE archives

Merging property files in EAServer JAR archives

Deleting packages, Web applications, and applications

Using Repository Versioning

Introduction

Creating and restoring versions

Runtime Monitoring

Using the File Viewer

Using the Runtime Monitor

Using the OTS Transaction Monitor

Using jagtool and jagant

Working with jagtool

jagtool and jagant

The Ant build file

XML configuration files

jagtool commands

compilejsp

configure

copy

create

delete

deploy

ejbref

enventry

exists

export

exportconfig

flushstaticpage

gen_skels

gen_stubs

gen_stubsandskels

gen_tlbreg

getmonitorstats

getserverinfo

getservicestate

grantroleauth

install

jmscreate

jmsdelete

jmsflush

jmslist

jmslist_listeners

jmslist_messages

jmsmanage_listeners

jmsmanage_selectors

jmsprops

jmsset_props

list

list_ver

merge_props

ping

props

rebind

refresh

remove

removeroleauth

resref

restart

restore_ver

save_major_ver

save_minor_ver

set_admin

set_props

set_ready

setjagadminpasswd

shutdown

sync

Using Systems Management

Overview

Systems Management functionality

SNMP functionality

Running the JMX agent

Creating services

Running the samples

Using SSL

Using the Systems Management Console

sybase.system:Name=Master

sybase.system.jms:Type=Forwarder

sybase.system.adaptor.security:Name=UserPassword

sybase.system.logger:Type=File

sybase.system.log4j:Type=Notifier

sybase.system.service:Name=Jaguar,Type=EAS

Using EJB 1.0 JAR Support

Importing and exporting EJB 1.0 JAR files

EJB 1.0 deployment descriptor properties

Repository Properties Reference

About these reference pages

Application properties

Application client properties

Cluster properties

Component properties

Connection cache properties

Connector properties

Database type properties

EJB local reference properties

EJB reference properties

Entity collection properties

Environment properties

Filter properties

Instance pool properties

JMS entity properties

Listener properties

Log profile properties

Log profile EAS subsystem properties

Log profile Java Logging subsystem properties

Log profile Log4j subsystem properties

Method properties

Package properties

Resource environment reference properties

Resource manager properties

Resource reference properties

Role properties

Security properties

Server properties

Servlet properties

Thread monitor properties

Web application properties