In order to finalize the configuration of the Siebel Management Server infrastructure, administrators must register all installed Siebel Management Agents. The process of registering Siebel Management Agents is facilitated by two Perl scripts, which have to be executed to generate the configuration files for the Siebel Management Server.
The Perl scripts are located in the bin directory of the Siebel Management Server's installation folder.The following table lists the scripts and their purpose:
The configuration.globals.xml and configuration.agents.xml files are the main configuration files for the Siebel Management Server. When the Siebel Management Server starts, it reads these files from its pref\system folder and tries to establish connections to the Siebel Gateway Name servers listed in the configuration.globals.xml file and to the Siebel Management Agents listed in the configuration.agents.xml file.
Next we will describe the process of registering Siebel Management Agents.These steps must be executed on the machine that hosts the Siebel Management Server:
perl getservers.pl -g gateway_host -e enterprise_name -u username -p password -l enu
In the above example, gateway_host should be replaced with the host name where the Siebel Gateway Server resides, enterprise_name should be replaced with the name of the Siebel enterprise to register, and the username and password must match a valid username and password pair.
The script updates the configuration.globals.xml file with information about the Siebel Gateway Name Server and writes information about all Siebel Servers found in the enterprise to a text file that is named after the enterprise.We must repeat the getservers.pl script for all Siebel enterprises we wish to register.
perl makeagentconfig.pl Enterprise1 Enterprise2
In the above example, two Siebel enterprises (Enterprise1 and Enterprise2) are registered The makeagentconfig.pl script takes a list of enterprise names as the input parameter.It reads the corresponding files (generated by getservers.pl)and information about Management Agents and Siebel Servers is written to the configuration.agents.xml file.
The registration process must be repeated each time Siebel Servers are added or removed from an enterprise or when an entirely new enterprise has been set up.
Using the instructions above, execute the Perl scripts to register the Siebel Management Agent on your demonstration machine.
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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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