Introduction  Web service collection administration

Chapter 5: Web Console—Web Services

Plug-in, domain, display, and server administration

This section describes how to use the Web console to manage the Sybase Web services plug-in, domains, and servers to which Web service collections belong. It also describes how to modify preferences which determines how Web console wizards, nodes, and the interface are displayed.

StepsModifying preferences

  1. Highlight the Preferences icon. The General properties tab displays.

  2. Click Apply when done.

StepsDefining Web Services Toolkit plug-in parameters

You can establish default values for Web Services Toolkit, which allows you to manage the connection information for server profiles.

  1. Click the Plug-ins folder.

  2. Highlight the Sybase Web Services Toolkit folder.

  3. Complete the General properties section to establish server profile values. Table 5-1 describes the properties.

StepsCreating a domain

  1. Right-click the Web Services Toolkit icon and select Create Domain.

  2. The Create Domain wizard appears. Enter the information as instructed by the wizard and click Next. When finished, click Finish. The new domain appears.

StepsDeleting a domain

  1. Right-click the domain to delete and select Delete.

StepsCreating a server profile

  1. Right-click the domain in which the server profile you are creating belongs and select Create Server Profile.

  2. The Create Server Profile wizard appears. Enter the information as instructed by the wizard and click Next. When finished, click Finish. The new server profile appears in the domain in which it was created. Table 5-1 describes the server profile properties.

StepsConnecting to a server

You can connect only to those servers for which you have a server profile.

  1. Expand the domain in which the server profile you are connecting belongs.

  2. Right-Click the server profile you want to connect to and choose Connect from the menu.

  3. If the connection fails, click the Connection Details tab to review the connection details. Table 5-1 describes the connection properties.

StepsRestarting, stopping, deleting, or disconnecting from a server profile

  1. Right-click the server and click the action you want to perform:

Table 5-1 describes plug-in, domain, and server properties.

Table 5-1: Plug-in, domain, and server profile properties



Select Domain (plug-in property only)

The domain for the plug-in.

Select Server (plug-in property only)

The server for the plug-in.

Server Profile Name (server property only)

The name of the server profile that you are creating.

Machine Name

The name of the host machine where the server resides.


The protocol used to connect to the server; “http” or “https.”


The port number of the host used to connect to the server; for example, 8080.

User ID

The user name used to connect to the server. jagadmin is the default. Use jagadmin or another member of the Admin role to connect to the Web services container for access to all of Web Console’s functions. Members of the WebConsole_ReadOnly role have limited access to the Web Console.


The password of the user connecting to the server. The default for jagadmin is blank.

Auto Connect on Console Login

Select this box to connect to this profile automatically when you log in to the Web console.

A node can be a plug-in, domain, server profile, Web service collection, Web service, and so on. If node information changes, or you want to reset the view, right-click the node you are refreshing and select Refresh.

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