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WebSphere config file

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26-01-2009

Hello everybody,



I have to write an installation documentation for LiveCycle ES with WebSphere and I want to refer to the automated WebSphere config script integrated in ES Configuration Manager. I need this script/configuration script which will be executed from the Configuration Manager for my documentation.



Any idea where to find this script/configuration steps in the ES source files!?



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Andreas

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28-01-2009

Hi Andreas,



you can find the exact steps for configuring LiveCycle ES on webshpere

"Installing and configuring livecycle for webspehere.pdf"



which exists on this link :

http://www.adobe.com/support/documentation/en/livecycle/722/



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Marwa Sultan

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Hi Marwa,



Thanks for your reply.



I know that there are the configurations steps for WebSphere in the documentation the user has to do manually.



I'm searching for the automated configuration script that will be executed by LiveCycle Configuration Manager when I select the action "Configure Application Server". This script must be somewhere in the ALC installation files.



Regards,

Andreas