IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics, Version 7.1.0.1

WebSphere Global Security: setting the user name and password in client properties files

The data collector needs to communicate with WebSphere Administrative Services using the Remote Method Invocation (RMI) or SOAP protocol. If WebSphere Global Security is enabled, this communication requires a user name and password. You can set them when configuring the data collector to monitor an application server instance. For security reasons, you may also prefer to encrypt the username and password and store them in client properties files before data collector configuration.

Use the sas.client.properties file for an RMI connection, or the soap.client.properties file for a SOAP connection.

if you choose to perform this operation, you will need to do it separately for each monitored application server profile.


Parent topic:

Required tasks before installation


Parent topic:

Required tasks before installation