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BPA Apache HTTPD archives missing caplugin.conf


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CA Application Performance Management SaaS


The download archive for configuring the web server plugin on Apache HTTPD server are missing a number of files to make the integration work. The only thing in the archive now is the plugin file (DSO) itself (.dll or .so, depending on OS). This means that any customers wanting to setup BPA will be unable to do so.


Release : SAAS

Component : Integration with APM


The missing file caplugin.conf does not come with the BPA plugin download.
According to the documentation step 11, the user needs to create this text file.

Create the Apache Web Server configuration file caplugin.conf in the /etc/httpd/conf.d directory.