To finalize the Siebel Enterprise installation and configuration on Linux or UNIX-based operating systems, the following steps are necessary:
Except for the first item in the list, the procedures have been described in detail in, Installing Siebel CRM Server Software on Microsoft Windows. As these tasks are not related to the operating system, we will only discuss how to configure the Siebel services for automatic start on Linux.
Configuring services for automatic start on Linux
To ensure automatic start up of the Siebel Gateway Name Server or the Siebel Server services on Linux or other UNIX-based operating systems, we have to register them with the operating system initialization routines.
The following steps are needed on Linux operating systems:
This procedure has to be carried out under the root user account and is explained in detail as follows.
Editing the siebel_server file
The siebel_server file is located in the bin directory of the Siebel software installation folder. For the Siebel Server for example, it is located in /u01/app/ siebel/siebsrvr/bin.For an automatic start of the Siebel Gateway Name Server, we ensure that the SIEBEL_GATEWAY_ROOT variable is correctly set to the root folder of the Gateway Name Server installation.For any Siebel Server residing on the machine, we add the path to the Siebel Server installation root folder to the SIEBEL_SERVER_ROOT variable. We can separate multiple servers using a blank space.
The following example shows the settings for a Gateway Name Server and one Siebel Server:
Additional commands such as setting and exporting environment variables like ORACLE_SID or ORACLE_HOME to ensure database connectivity may be added to the file as well.
Copying the siebel_server file to the init.d folder
On Linux operating systems, we have to copy the siebel_server file to the /etc/ init.d folder.
Setting permissions for the siebel_server file
We can use the chmod command to change the permissions for the siebel_server file as follows:chmod 755 /etc/init.d/siebel_server
Creating a non-root user file
This step is only necessary if the Siebel server software was installed using an account other than root. In this case, we create a second file in the /etc/init.d folder named siebel_server_nonroot and add a line similar to the following:/usr/bin/su – non_root_account_name -c "/etc/init.d/siebel_server $1"
The non_root_account_name string has to be replaced with the name of the user account that was used to install the Siebel server software.
Creating soft links
The final step to setting up an automatic start of the Siebel services on Linux is to create two soft links using the ln command.The soft links are either created from the siebel_server file or (if it exists) from the siebel_server_nonroot file. The following example shows the commands for the latter scenario:
In order to finalize your Siebel demonstration environment, follow the directions in this section and Chapter 4 to:
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Siebel - Crm Tutorial
Introducing The Siebel Web Architecture
Planning And Preparing The Installation
Installing Siebel Crm Server Software On Microsoft Windows
Configuring Siebel Server Software On Microsoft Windows
Installing And Configuring Siebel Crm Server Software On Linux
Installing Siebel Client Software
Installing Ancillary Siebel Server Software
Special Siebel Server Configurations
Siebel Server Management
User Authorization And Access Control
Managing User Accounts
Siebel Remote And The Siebel Development Environment
Installing And Configuring The Siebel Management Server Infrastructure
Migrating Configuration Changes Between Environments
Monitoring Siebel Applications
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