I think in my situation there is 2 servers, one process server and on
portal.
But can the portal right access the process server?



"Kevin Sun" wrote in message
news:esppmf$1v454$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
> Hi group,
>
> since 7 weeks i try to install the IBM WebSphere Portal on our Suse Linux
> 10, in silent mode only.
>
> By now i've install Process Server 6.0.2, after that i created a Stand
> Alone profile ProcSrv01.
>
>
> I can start this Process Server by using
>
> /bin/startServer.sh server1
> or
> /profiles/ProcSrv01/startServer.sh server1,
>
> it works, i can see in the Admin Console i.e.
> http://localhost:9043/ibm/console under Servers->Application Servers my
> "server1", and on the Configuration page of this server1 i see the
> "Business process container settings", this is i think the symbol for a
> Process Server.
>
>
> After that, i've installed WebSphere Portal 6 on my existing Process
> Server, in the wpinstalllog.txt file i saw no errors.
>
> The portal works und http://localhost:10038/wps/portal.
>
> With ps -efl i see 2 processes, one for process server, one for portal.
>
> The portal has also an own Admin Console,
> http://localhost:10039/ibm/console. As i logged on this Admin Console, i
> see under Servers->Application Servers my "server1" and my
> "WebSphere_Portal".
>
> But in this portal Admin Console, the "server1" does not have the Process
> Server symbol, it hasn't the "Business process container settings" on the
> Configuration page, so the all bussiness can't be uploaded to the process
> server and can't be used by portal.
>
>
> One of my colleague has installed this all under windows, and works. I see
> that in his Admin Console of the port 9043, i think this is the Admin
> Console for the Process Server, there are "server1" and my
> "WebSphere_Portal", and "server1" has the "Business process container
> settings".
>
>
> So, can anyone help me to solve the problem? I need really your help. I've
> asked here many time, maybe because my poor english skill i got
> unfortunetely little helps.
>
> thanks in advance.
>
> best regards.
>
> kevin
>
>
>