The idle period, before the administrative console session expires, is referred to as session timeout. The default session timeout value for the administrative console is 15 minutes. The timeout value can be modified by using a JACL script that is available at the information center. [From: WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Administration and Configuration Guide for … Continue reading WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5: Changing the console session expiration
Procedure To access the Ping page to find version information for IBM Content Navigator: Enter the URL from any browser with the following format: http://host_name:port_number/context_root/Ping By default, the context root is navigator. Tip: If you are using SSL, the protocol of the URL is HTTPS: https://host_name:port_number/context_root/Ping Example: https://myserver.mycompany.com:9080/navigator/Ping Source: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSNW2F_5.1.0/com.ibm.installingeuc.doc/eucts019.htm?lang=en
Please see this link for the entire details of the cause and solution. Resolving the problem Disable the IBM Websphere Application Server 8.x Security Integration feature for WorkplaceXT: In the IBM Websphere Administrative Console navigate to Applications->Websphere Enterprise Applications -> WorkplaceXT -> Session Management Check the Override session Management checkbox Uncheck the Security integration option … Continue reading A user authenticated as anonymous has attempted to access a session owned by
Source: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=14729308 Occurs when you installed IHS 7.0 on Windows Server 2003 then restarted Windows. ------------------------------------------------------------ AFPA/FRCA is deprecated in IHS 7.0 AFPA (Advanced Fast Path Architecture) has been deprecated starting with IBM HTTP Server 7.0. Though it has not been fully removed from the the product yet, its use is discouraged, and it may … Continue reading “The afpa service failed to start due to the following error: The system cannot find the file specified. “
You may have experienced that you cannot access your WAS installation anymore for whatever reason. If you are sure that you haven't changed the credentials or something like that, there's still a way to fix it. I tried to inspect the services.msc on Windows. You can see there the WebSphere Application Server service. If its … Continue reading Inaccessible WebSphere Application Server 7.0
I always want to use the command-line interface and not clicking the batch files to stop and start everything. Actually there's a simpler way. If there's a sequence of series of commands to execute, you can type them first in a text editor and provide a carriage return for each command. Then paste it in … Continue reading WebSphere Application Server starting and stopping everything
You may want to use the Download Director rather than FTP. Not only it checks whether the fix you downloaded is OK (meaning, it's not a bad/broken file), but it also downloads fast! Neat.