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Task and their Related Procedures

Tasks and their Related Procedures

The following table summarizes the tasks and their related procedures addressed in this guide.
 

Tasks and Related Procedures

Objective

Related Procedures and Actions

To install GIS as a SOAP stand-alone server or a SOAP web module on Solaris, HP-UX, Linux, AIX, or Tru64 UNIX platforms.

You will have to import at least three application templates, one for Agent Interaction Service, one for Open Media Interaction Service, and one for GIS.
You must create three application objects, one for Agent Interaction Service, one for Open Media Service, and one for GIS.
For information regarding importing templates and creating application objects, see the Genesys Framework Deployment Guide.
The following configuration procedures must be completed for each of your application objects:

  • Configure the General Tab.
  • Configure the Server Info Tab.
  • Configure the Start Info Tab.
  • Configure the Connections Tab.
  • Configure the Tenants Tab (for use with a multi-tenant environment).

For detailed information, refer to the Genesys Framework Deployment Guide.

  • Configure the Options Tab.

For detailed information on the options available for your application object, refer to:

Follow the steps in Installing GIS on a UNIX-Based Platform.

To install GIS as a SOAP stand-alone server, or a SOAP web module on a Windows platform.

You will have to import at least three application templates, one for Agent Interaction Service, one for Open Media Interaction Service, and one for GIS.
You must create three application objects, one for Agent Interaction Service, one for Open Media Service, and one for GIS.
For information regarding importing templates and creating application objects, see the Genesys Framework Deployment Guide.
The following configuration procedures must be completed for each of your application objects:

  • Configure the General Tab.
  • Configure the Server Info Tab.
  • Configure the Start Info Tab.
  • Configure the Connections Tab.
  • Configure the Tenants Tab (for use with a multi-tenant environment).

For detailed information, refer to the Genesys Framework Deployment Guide.

  • Configure the Options Tab.

For detailed information on the options available for your application object, refer to:

Follow the steps in Installing GIS on a Windows Platform.

To run GIS in the BEA WebLogic application server.

To run GIS in WebSphere application server.

To verify the successful installation of GIS:SOAP in Tomcat (stand-alone).

Inspecting the Stand-alone Directory Tree.

To uninstall GIS.

To deploy GIS with the High Availability option.

To customize your applications configuration.

You can customize your application in various ways using the following procedures:
Windows Service Setting.
LCA Configuration.
Customize the WSDL Files.
SDK Server Connections for GIS SOAP.
Configuring a SOAP Port for a Master Configuration Server.
Configuring a SOAP Port for a CS Proxy.
Customizing the Notification Mechanism for GIS:SOAP
Displaying the WSDL Files for GIS:SOAP.

To start/test GIS.

Choosing Your Start Script
Editing the Start Script.
Starting and Testing GIS.
For GIS:SOAP:

For Windows Platforms:

For Web Server Applications:

Using Management Layer:
Using Management Layer to Start and Stop GIS.

To stop GIS.

For Windows Platforms, follow Stopping GIS on Windows.
For UNIX-based Platforms, follow Stopping GIS on UNIX-based Platforms.
For Web Application Servers, follow Stopping on a Web Application Server.
For Management Layer, follow Using Management Layer to Start and Stop GIS.

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