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enable-submit

Section: cluster-settings
Default Value: true
Valid Values: true, false
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


This option is used by Interaction Server Proxy and specifies whether the proxy should (true) or should not (false) use this instance of Interaction Server within a cluster to submit new inbound interactions. With a setting of 'false', the server continues to process existing interactions but does not accept new interactions from media-server clients connected through the proxy. This makes it possible to gradually take the cluster node out of operation. Notes: -This option does not affect Integrated Capture Points, which must be stopped separately. -This option works only for clients of media server type submitting interactions with type Inbound. Any other configuration can still submit to this Interaction Server.

media-types

Section: cluster-settings
Default Value:
Valid Values: The list of supported media types
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


The option specifies the list of media types supported by this instance of Interaction Server in cluster. This option is used by Interaction Server Proxy to route requests to appropriate server in the cluster based on media type specified in the request.

Using Cluster Manager

Interaction Server Cluster Plug-in for GAX (hereafter referred to Cluster Manager) is an interface for the following parts of the process of deploying Interaction Server and Interaction Server Proxy clusters:

  • Creating the clusters
  • Adding servers to the clusters
  • Specifying the media types that each server handles
Important
Cluster Manager handles only part of the deployment process. The procedure described here must be preceded by Steps 1–4 on the Interaction Server Cluster page and followed by Steps 6–10 on that page.

The use of Cluster Manager is shown in the following figures.

Cluster Manager: Interaction Server Clusters
  1. In Cluster Manager, on the Server Clusters tab, click New Cluster.
  2. Click Add Server to connect the cluster to the primary Interaction Servers you created previously. Once a server is on the list, you can
    • Media column—Specify the media types it handles (the media dropdown shows the media types that exist as Business Attributes in the Configuration Server database). This sets the media-types option.
    • Enable submit column—Specify whether it can be used by Interaction Server Proxy to submit interactions when requested by a Media Server. This sets the enable-submit option.

Creating Interaction Server Proxy cluster is much the same, except that you must also use Assign Server Cluster to associate the Proxy with an Interaction Server cluster, as shown in the figure.

Cluster Manager: Proxy Cluster

Cluster Manager warns you of a possible misconfiguration if you add a server to more than one cluster, as shown in the graphic below:

Warning icons appear beside a server that is in more than one cluster.

Deploying Cluster Manager

Prerequisites

  • Genesys Administrator Extension (GAX) 8.5.240.19 or later
  • If a previous version of Cluster Manager was installed on the current host, uninstall that version.

Create a Zip File

  1. Create a temporary folder on your desktop.
  2. Copy the IP folder from the original location (typically, the product CD) into the temporary folder.
  3. Copy the templates folder from the original location into the temporary folder.
  4. Zip the temporary folder.

Alternatively, contact Genesys Customer Care to obtain the required Zip file containing the installation package and associated templates.

Install with the GAX Installation Wizard

  1. Add the following option to the Options tab of the Genesys Administrator Extension (GAX) Application object:
    • Section name: asd
    • Option name: plugin_ip_list
    • Option value: IntSrvClPlnGAX64 (Windows host) or IntSrvClPlnGAX (Linux host)
    Tip
    This option is also used by Privacy Manager Plug-in for GAX, Content Analyzer, and eServices Manager. If you are running Cluster Manager along with one or more of these other plugins, the value can be a comma-separated list; for example, CntAnlzPlgnAdm,eSMngrPlgnAdm,PrivacyMng
  2. Restart GAX.
  3. Upload the Cluster Manager installation package (IP). If you previously uploaded the IP, you must do so again now.
  4. Carry out the plug-in installation process.
  5. Restart GAX.

Configure

  1. If you need multi-language support, set the UTF-8 JVM parameter for all Java components (GAX Server, Browser) in the corresponding .ini file (or .bat file if you start the component from command line):
    ini file: [JavaArgs] -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 ...
    bat file: set JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 ...
  2. Restart GAX.
Tip
On multi-language support: In the GAX User Preference window (under the Preferences menu), Use system settings refers to using the settings in the System Preferences window. It does not refer to the Region and Language setting of the host machine.


If Use system settings is selected in the Language field of GAX's Locale User Preferences, it refers to the language that is selected in the Language field of System Preferences. Note that if you want to have any language other than English available in these fields, you must install the relevant language pack plug-in.
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