Manually installing Service Request Manager applications into WebSphere for Maximo 7.1

This is a quick guide to deploying Service Request Manager EAR files.

  1. Log into the WebSphere admin console.
  2. Click the Applications link, and then click Install New Application,
  3. From the Specify the EAR, WAR, JAR, or SAR module to upload and install.page, select Local file system, and then browse to the location on your system of the maximo.ear file.
  4. Select Show me all installation options and parameters, and then lick Next.
  5. From the Choose to generate default bindings and mappings. page, select Generate Default Bindings, and then click Next.
  6. From the Application Security Warnings page, click Continue.
  7. From the Select installation options page, set the application name to be MAXIMO.If you are deploying to a cluster and want to keep the application that was installed during the Service Request Manager installation, you will need to use a different application name value here.
  8. Ensure Distribute application, Deploy enterprise beans, and Create MBeans for resources are all checked and then click Next.
  9. From the Map modules to servers page, in the Clusters and Servers text box, select the cluster (or application server) and webserver listed. Also select all modules appearing in the modules table by selecting their respective checkboxes. Click Apply, and then click Next.
  10. From the Provide options to perform the EJB Deploy page, accept the defaults and click Next.
  11. From the Provide JSP reloading options for Web modules page, accept defaults and click Next.
  12. From the Map shared libraries page, accept defaults and click Next.
  13. From the Initialize parameters for servlets page, accept defaults and click Next.
  14. From the Bind listeners for message-driven beans, ensure Activation specification is set to intjmsact, and then click Next.
  15. From the Provide JNDI names for beans page, accept defaults and click Next.
  16. From the Map EJB references to beans page, accept defaults and click Next.
  17. From the Map virtual hosts for Web modules page, select your virtual host from the drop down box for all modules and then click Next.
  18. From the Map context roots for Web modules page, accept the defaults and then click Next.
  19. From the Map environment entries for Web modules page, accept defaults and then click Next.
  20. From the Map security roles to users or groups page, first select the checkbox adjacent to the maximouser role, and then check All authenticated? before clicking Next.
  21. From the Ensure all unprotected 2.x methods have the correct level of protection page, accept defaults and click Next.
  22. From the summary page, click Finish.
  23. From the WebSphere admin console navigation pane, select Servers → WebServers.
  24. Select the Webserver listed in the table, and then click Generate Plug-in. Once completed, click Propagate Plug-in.
  25. Click on Applications, click the check box next to the application just installed, and click on the Start button.
  26. From the WebSphere admin console navigation pane, select Applications
  27. Select the check box next to the application that was just installed, and then click Start.

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