How to Disable the Spectrum/eHealth Integration

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Article ID: 50795

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Products

CA Spectrum

Issue/Introduction

Here are instructions on how to disable the eHealth Integration in Spectrum.

Environment

Release: Any
Component: eHealth integration

Resolution

To completely disable the Spectrum/eHealth Integration, perform the following steps:

 

  • Launch the OneClick webpage.

  • Select Administration, and select eHealth Configuration from the left pane.

  • Click the Clear Map button.

  • Stop the Spectrum Tomcat server.
    * On Linux, cd to tomcat/bin and run

    ./stopTomcat.sh

    * On Windows it is a service you can stop it in Windows services or use the cmd line:
    Net stop spectrumtomcat

  • Remove the

    $SPECROOT/custom/ehlth/config/ehealth-config.xml

    file.

  • Start the Spectrum Tomcat server.

    * On UNIX, cd to tomcat/bin and run
    ./startTomcat.sh

    * On Windows it is a service you can re-cycle it in Windows services or use the cmd line:
    Net start spectrumtomcat

 

 

  • Open a OneClick client, and select the Locater tab.

  • Open the eHealth, Discovery Policies folder, and execute the All Discovery Policies Present in Spectrum search.

  • Delete all policy models returned.

  • Open the eHealth, Cluster Modeling folder, and execute the eHealth Server Models search.

  • Delete all server models returned.

  • Execute the eHealth Cluster Models search.

  • Delete all cluster models returned.

  • Open a bash shell on the previously active OneClick server, and execute the following command:

    cd $SPECROOT/mysql/bin ./mysql -uroot - proot

  • Execute the following commands:

    drop database eh_integ; create database eh_integ; exit

    The integration is now disabled.

  • Execute steps 1-6 on any passive OneClick servers.


    Note: If you continue to see connectivity alarms for the eHealth integration, stop and restart the SpectroSERVER.