Configuring java plug-in servers
Use the Server Group Configuration screen to set the Java plug-in server configurations at global level.This screen provides a single location to manage configuration settings across the server group.
Access the Server Group Configuration screen from the location below:
- In a browser, enter the following URL address:
- Log in.
- Select Remedy Management Console > AR System Server Group Console> Server Group Configuration.
For more information about setting global and local level configurations, see Managing AR Server Group components by setting global-level and local-level configurations.
The AR System Administration:Plugin Server Config Form is for Java plug-in servers only. You cannot use this form to configure native plug-in servers.
The following table lists the common fields on the AR System Administration:Plugin Server Config Form:
|Plugin Server Instance||
Select a plug-in server instance from the list of available plug-in server instances.
|Plugin Server Instance Path||
Enter the path where the selected plug-in server instance is running.
Select a plug-in set from the list.
This property enables you to load multiple plug-ins that share a common parent class loader.
Note: The Plugin Set Configuration tab is visible only if you select a value for this field.
|Creating Java plug-in sets|
|Plugin Server Host||
Enter the host name of the computer where the selected plug-in server instance is running.
The following table lists the tabs in the AR System Administration:Plugin Server Config Form. The information provided in each tab is described in the sections that follow.
|Plugin Server Configuration||
Enables you to create and configure the plug-in server settings
Note: These settings override the settings defined in the Global Plugin Server Configurations tab.
|Setting plugin server configuration options|
Enables you to view, create, modify, and delete plug-ins and their configurations
|Working with Java plug-ins|
|Plugin Set Configuration||
Enables you to view, create, modify, and delete plug-in sets and their configurations
Note: This tab is visible only after you add a plug-in set.
|Working with Java plug-in sets|
If you modify the Java plug-in server configuration data, you must restart the Java plug-in server for the changes to take effect.