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Version 10.0.2 Installation and Configuration Guide

Oracle ATG One Main Street Cambridge, MA 02142 USA

ATG Installation and Configuration Guide Document VersionDoc10.0.2 INSTALLATGv1 4/15/2011

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ATG Installation and Configuration Guide

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Installing the ATG PlatformDocument Conventions Default Ports Important Terms Product Requirements JBoss-Specific Requirements WebLogic-Specific Requirements WebSphere-Specific Requirements Sun T1000 and T2000 Requirements Running the ATG Setup Program JBoss Installation Results WebLogic Installation Results WebSphere Installation Results Performing a Maintenance Installation Installing the ATG Control Center on a Client Machine Downloading the ACC Installer Installing the ACC on a Windows Client Installing the ACC on a UNIX Client Installing ATG Development Tools for Eclipse Using the Configuration and Installation Manager (CIM) Removing the ATG Platform from Your System

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Running Nucleus-Based ApplicationsStarting the SOLID SQL Database Running the Demos and Reference Applications Starting the SQL-JMS Admin Interface Starting ATG Web Services Connecting to the Dynamo Administration UI Connecting to the ATG Business Control Center Starting the ATG Control Center Starting the ACC on a Server Starting the ACC on a Client Stopping an ATG Application Stopping ATG Applications on JBoss Stopping ATG Applications on WebLogic Stopping ATG Applications on WebSphere Using the startDynamoOnJBOSS Script

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Configuring Nucleus ComponentsWorking with Configuration Layers Understanding Properties Files Understanding Configuration Layers Accessing Configuration Layers in the ACC Global Configuration Changes Locking Configuration Layers Finding Components in the ACC Changing Component Properties with the ACC Changing Component Properties Manually Using Forward Slashes (/) and Backslashes (\) Modifying Lists of Values Specifying Directory Paths Adding Comments to Properties Files Using the Dynamo Component Browser Component Browser Structure Changing the Running Configuration Starting Nucleus Components Customizing the Interface Common Configuration Changes Modifying Environment Settings Modifying Custom Module Resource Settings Enabling checkFileNameCase on Windows LogListeners Creating Additional ATG Server Instances Using the MakeDynamoServer Script Using the Configuration Manager Configuring a New Server Instance Setting Up a Configuration Group Configuration Group Properties Storing Group Configuration Files Downloading Group Configuration Validating Group Configuration Properties Session Management in ATG Applications Sharing Session Information Among ATG Applications Session Interaction Outline Managing User Sessions

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Configuring Databases and Database AccessCreating Database Tables Using SQL Scripts Creating Database Tables for ATG Adaptive Scenario Engine Creating Database Tables for ATG Portal Destroying Database Tables Destroying Database Tables for ATG Adaptive Scenario Engine Destroying Database Tables for ATG Portal Adding a JDBC Driver

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Removing the SOLID JDBC Driver from the CLASSPATH Configuring ATG Data Sources for Data Import Configuring Data Sources and Transaction Management Configuring Data Sources for JBoss Configuring Data Sources for WebLogic and WebSphere Configuring Data Sources for an Oracle RAC Cluster Setting the Transaction Timeout on JBoss Setting the Transaction Timeout on WebLogic Setting the Transaction Timeout on WebSphere Setting the Isolation Level for Transactions in WebSphere Datasource Debugging Using the JDBC Browser Configuring the JDBC Browser Create Table Operation Drop Table Operation Execute Query Operation Metadata Operations Using ATG Products with an IBM DB2 Database Using ATG Products with a Microsoft SQL Server Database Moving Data from SOLID to the Production Database Transferring the Demo Data Copying and Switching Databases Database Copy Operations Creating a DBCopier Component Configuring the DBConnectionInfo Configuring the DBCopier Setting the Native SQL Environment Switching Databases Configuring a SwitchingDataSource Database Switching and Query Caching

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Configuring for ProductionEnabling liveconfig Settings Customizing liveconfig Settings Disabling Checking for Changed Properties Files Disabling the Performance Monitor Adjusting the pageCheckSeconds Property Changing the Default Cookie Hash Key Fine-Tuning JDK Performance with HotSpot Configuring Repositories Setting Cache Modes Prepopulating Caches on Startup Enabling the Repository Cache Lock Managers Configuring Repository Database Verification for Quicker Restarts Configuring a Content Distributor System Configuring Targeted E-Mail Nucleus Components

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Configuring Web Applications Setting Access Levels for Properties Files Setting Logging Levels Limiting Initial Services for Quicker Restarts Disabling Document and Component Indexing Enabling the ProtocolChange Servlet Bean Setting up Clustering on JBoss Configuring the HttpPort Property Creating ATG Servers Assembling for a JBoss Cluster Creating and Configuring JBoss Servers Deploying Your Application Setting Up Clustering on WebLogic Assembling for a WebLogic Cluster Clustering Example Setting up Clustering on WebSphere Installing and Configuring WebSphere Creating a Cluster Creating Data Sources Installing and Configuring Your Web Server Installing ATG for a WebSphere Cluster Assembling for a WebSphere Cluster Session Management in a WebSphere Cluster Configuring Your WebSphere Servers Deploying Your Application General Clustering Information Specifying the