Edit Web server configuration files
The Plug-ins installation wizard automatically configures supported Web servers during the installation of the binary plug-in modules. Use this topic to understand how the wizard configures the Web server configuration files.
Before you begin
If change a configuration for some reason, one can run the Plug-ins installation wizard again to reconfigure the Web server, or you can edit the files.
The recommended approach is to always use the Plug-ins installation wizard to configure the Web server configuration file. However, sometimes edit the files. An example is when you are installing a Web server definition for a non-default profile.
To support a non-default profile, edit the configuration to point the Web server to the correct location of the plug-in configuration file (plugin-cfg.xml). In this case, you would change the profile path from the default profile to the secondary profile.
This task shows you how to edit the Web server configuration files.
Select one of the following links that identifies the Web server that reconfigure.
Steps for this task (dependent on configuration)
- Configure Apache HTTP Server 2.0.
- Configure Domino Web Server V5 and V6.x.
- Configure IBM HTTP Server v6.
- Configure IBM HTTP Server V2.0.
- Configure Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).
- Configure Sun Java System Web Server (formerly Sun ONE and iPlanet).
ResultUse the Plug-ins installation wizard to automatically configure supported Web servers. You can also configure a Web servers by editing its configuration.
What to do next
To continue preparing your e-business network, return to Installing Web server plug-ins.
Configuring Apache HTTP Server V2.0
Configuring Lotus Domino
Configuring IBM HTTP Server powered by Apache 2.0
Configuring IBM HTTP Server v6
Configuring Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS)
Configuring the Sun Java System Web Server
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