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    Reporting & RBPM on the same server


    Hello,

    I've RBPM module setup on the test environment where I've PostgrsQL &
    Jboss on the same server. Now I'd like to install Reporting Module on
    the same server along with RBPM ( EAS DB & Reporting Module ). Before I
    start, I'd like get experts view on the same.. IDM402 with latest
    patches ... jdk1.7


    Shall I use the same jboss ? if yes, what is instillation path for
    Identity Reporting ?
    shall I keep two DB on the same server ?
    any other inputs

    Regards
    Nirmal Dhanaraj


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  2. #2
    Steven Williams NNTP User

    Re: Reporting & RBPM on the same server

    On 06/04/2015 04:04 AM, dhanarajn wrote:
    >
    > Hello,
    >
    > I've RBPM module setup on the test environment where I've PostgrsQL &
    > Jboss on the same server. Now I'd like to install Reporting Module on
    > the same server along with RBPM ( EAS DB & Reporting Module ). Before I
    > start, I'd like get experts view on the same.. IDM402 with latest
    > patches ... jdk1.7
    >
    >
    > Shall I use the same jboss ? if yes, what is instillation path for
    > Identity Reporting ?
    > shall I keep two DB on the same server ?
    > any other inputs
    >
    > Regards
    > Nirmal Dhanaraj
    >
    >

    Greetings,

    1) If you are going to cluster this JBoss server for UserApp, then you
    can not install Reporting on it. Reporting can not be clustered at this
    time.

    2) If no cluster, then yes you can install it on this same JBoss server.
    During the install, point to the
    /jboss/server/%user-app-context%/deploy folder

    Depending upon your HD size and power of this server you may want to
    install EAS on a different server. By default, the PostgreSQL within
    EAS will use port 15432 so that it will not conflict with the a normal
    install of PostgreSQL (port 5432)

    Yes, you will need to have two (2) different "PostgreSQL" servers. The
    one that is used by UserApp and the one that is embedded within EAS.



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    Steven Williams
    Lead Software Engineer
    NetIQ

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