Configuring java plug-in servers
You can use the AR System Administration:Plugin Server Config form to display information about the Java plug-in servers. As an administrator, you can access this form from the BMC Remedy AR System Administration Console.
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.
For more information about the BMC Remedy AR System Administration Console, see Navigating the BMC Remedy AR System Administration Console.
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.
|Global Plugin Server Configurations|
Enables you to configure the default plugin server settings
|Setting global plug-in server options|
|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.