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Websphere Admin console issue

 
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Hi,

I have installed and configured standalone websphere application server jvm nae is server1. I have to deploy the Sterling application on that jvm, so i had a modification as mentioned below for the application server jvm-server1. When i modified the JVM settings as mentioned below my websphere admin console uid/passwd got blocked. Please let me know the resolution for this.

changes implemented for the JVM

Configuring the WebSphere Classloader

About this task

Ensure that the WebSphere Classloader is set correctly for Classloader policy and
Class loading modes as follows
Procedure

1. From the Administrative Console left panel, choose Servers Application
Servers.

2. Select among the servers listed.

3. Set the Classloader policy pulldown to Single and the Class loading mode
pulldown to Parent first.


Configuring WebSphere JVM Settings
About this task
You need to use the WebSphere Administrative Console to specify the JVM
settings. These JVM settings must be set on all servers in a cluster (if you are using
a cluster).

To configure JVM setting on WebSphere, do the following
Procedure

1. From the WebSphere Administrative Console, select the application server
specified for Sterling Selling and Fulfillment Foundation.

2. For IBM servers with IBM JDK 6.0 SR8
a. Select Server Infrastructure Java and Process Management Process
Definition Environment Entries.
b. Choose New and specify the following values and then choose OK
Name Value Description
PSALLOC early PSALLOC
NODISCLAIM true NODISCLAIM

3. Select Server Infrastructure Java and Process Management Process
Definition Java Virtual Machine. Edit the generic JVM arguments dialog to
include the following values
Property Value Description
-Dvendor -Dvendor=shell System Property. If you are
using App Server
Connection Pooling, use
-Dvendor=websphere.
Otherwise, use
-Dvendor=shell.
-DvendorFile -DvendorFile=servers.properties System property. Specify as
an argument to the java
command.

4. Under the Custom Properties section, set the JVM settings to the following
values
Name Value Description
client.encoding.override UTF-8 Enables the use of special characters.

5. Restart the application server to enable these changes to take effect.

6. Save the changes to the Master Configuration.
 
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