Oracle Audio Technologies Application 9i User Manual

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Configuration for Another Wireless Edition Instance


Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition Configuration Guide

set HostName($ServiceName2) $Host;

set tnsaddress($ServiceName2) "(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS_LIST = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL

= TCP)(HOST = = 1521)))(CONNECT_


6.5 Configuration for Another Wireless Edition Instance

The preceding configuration is for one Wireless Edition instance. To configure
another Wireless Edition instance:



: Add another entry in the ORACLE_

HOME/network/agent/config/ptg_services.tcl file. Give this instance a
different service name. See

Section 6.4

for instructions and an example.


: Add a corresponding instance’s <instance name > =

<property file name> entry to the ORACLE_
HOME/classes/oracle/panama/magent/config/ file.
The RMI client uses this information to communicate with the corresponding
server. Each instance is monitored using a file which
contains the Wireless Edition server host name, port, and service name. In the
case of multiple instances, these are identified by these values. The

file should point the instance name to the corresponding

file. For example, for two instances:




: Configure the file on both the client and

server side to point to the new instance’s classes and port. Users can have any
number of instances but each instance’s information is stored in a separate
property file.


Ensure that an Oracle Enterprise Manager Agent is installed on the node where
the Wireless Edition instance is running. The Wireless Edition instance uses the
Agent to pipe error messages to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console.


The file contains parameters for the system logger
and the logger schema. Ensure that these are set up appropriately.


Place this file in ORACLE_HOME/network/agent/config.

Add this file name to nmiconf.lst. To reflect any change to either
file restart the Oracle Intelligent Agent and rediscover the node.