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"Glue" OE Management with an OE installation

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I am trying to "glue" OpenEdge management light with our existing OE installation ( 11.3 Solaris SPARC 64Bit ) with no luck. The problem I have is that the reglue and unglue scripts only work when the properties files are residing in the default location ( properties directory beneath the installation directory ). As per corporate standards all installation directory are read-only and therefore I've placed the ubroker.properties file in a directory outside of the installation directory which holds all of our configuration files.

So far I have not found a documentation on how I would do it. Plus I have not found a solution on how I can use for example the fathom.properties file when it does not reside in the default location.

Is it doable and how would I do it?

 

Thanks in advance and Best Regards, Richard.

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  • Few questions.

    What is OEM light?
    What exactly do you have installed (product wise) at this moment?

    I am not sure how does ubroker.properties fit in here as OEM does not tailor it per se.

    You can specifiy non default path for properties either with proadsv command or within AdminServerPlugins.properties (there is KB about it) but I am not at all clear on what your config is.

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    I am trying to "glue" OpenEdge management light with our existing OE installation ( 11.3 Solaris SPARC 64Bit ) with no luck. The problem I have is that the reglue and unglue scripts only work when the properties files are residing in the default location ( properties directory beneath the installation directory ). As per corporate standards all installation directory are read-only and therefore I've placed the ubroker.properties file in a directory outside of the installation directory which holds all of our configuration files.

    So far I have not found a documentation on how I would do it. Plus I have not found a solution on how I can use for example the fathom.properties file when it does not reside in the default location.

    Is it doable and how would I do it?

     

    Thanks in advance and Best Regards, Richard.

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