Configuring WCC 11.1 releases for multiple Application Servers.

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Article ID: 53121

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Products

DIRECTORY CA Workload Automation AE - Business Agents (AutoSys) CA Workload Automation AE - Scheduler (AutoSys) CA Workload Automation Agent

Issue/Introduction

Description:

Need to know how to configure WCC 11.1 releases for multiple Application Servers.

Solution:

Here are the steps to configure the WCC 11.1 releases to use multiple Application Servers:

  1. Bring up the WCC GUIs and click on the Configuration Manager link underneath the Quick Start Sub-Window.

  2. In the Configuration Manager Window, click on the Environment Folder tab.

  3. In the Environment Folder area, click on the Job Status Console Server link.

  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the Job Status Console Server window. If Active Directory is being used for both the WCC users and the AutoSys backend server machine, then set Use Global Session to be False and skip to step 7.

  5. Set Use Global Session to be True.

  6. Enter JSC_DEFAULT_ in the Global User ID: field.

  7. Click on the Save button.

  8. Click on the Setup Folder tab.

  9. In the Setup Folder area, click on the Servers link.

  10. Select AutoSys r11.0 Server from the --- Select A Server Type --- picklist.

  11. Click on the Add button.

  12. Enter a server name in the Server Name: field.

  13. Enter the 3-letter instance for AutoSys in the Instance Name: field.

  14. In the Application Server Host Name: field, enter the Application Server hostnames separated by comma(s).

    Note: Two or more Application Server hostnames can be specified when using multiple Application Servers.

  15. In the Monitor ID: field, enter a valid user name with a @<one of the Application Server hostnames>

    Example: [email protected]

  16. In the Monitor Password: and Confirm Monitor Password: fields enter the password for the user specified in the Monitor ID: field specified in step 15.

  17. In the Application Server Host Port: field, enter the port that the Application Server is using on the AutoSys machines.

  18. In the IAM Security: field, select Enable if AutoSys is using EEM. Otherwise, select Disable.

  19. Click on the Save button.

  20. In the Configuration Manager Window, click on the Deploy Folder tab.

  21. In the Deploy Folder area, click on the Deploy button.

  22. In the Deploy Folder area, click on the Services link.

  23. In the Services Window, click on the Restart link.

  24. In the Restart the selected Services(s)? prompt, click on the OK button.

  25. Log out and back into WCC.

  26. In the main Workload Control Center window, click on the Credential Folder tab if using WCC 11.1sp0. If using WCC 11.1sp1, click on the CRED Folder tab.

  27. In the Credential folder area, click on the radio button next to the newly created Server.

  28. In the User Name field, enter the value specified in step 15.

  29. In the Password and Confirm Password fields, enter the password for the user specified in step 28.

  30. Click on the Add link.

  31. Click on the Validate button to validate the newly created user.

  32. Repeat steps 27-30 to add the users for the other Application Servers.

  33. Click on the radio button next to the newly created Server.

  34. Enter _JSC_DEFAULT_:<value specified in step 28>

    Note: The <and> should not be included when specifying this entry.

  35. Click on the Add link.

After doing the above steps, WCC is configured to use multiple Application Servers. For WCC 11.1sp0 and WCC 11.1sp1, a patch needs to be installed to load the libraries that make WCC compatible with the r11.0 versions of AutoSys. This patch is available on support.ca.com. You can download the AutoSys r11sp2incremental2 patch and only follow the instruction outlined in the patch readme for updating Workload Control Center.

Note: You will download the AutoSys r11sp2incremental2 patch the matches the Operating System that WCC is running on.

Environment

Release:
Component: ETRDIR