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Creating the GRAT Application Object in Configuration Manager

Purpose

To create the Application objects in Configuration Manager that will link the GRAT with Configuration Server. The GRAT requires two applications in Configuration Server: a server application and a client application.

Procedure Summary

  1. Import the GRAT application template for the server.
  2. Import the GRAT application template for the client.
  3. Configure the server application.
  4. Configure the client application.

Import the GRAT application template for the server

To import the application template that is to be used for the server application:

  1. In Configuration Manager, navigate to the Application Templates folder.
  2. Right-click the Application Templates folder, and select Import Application Template.
  3. Browse to the templates folder of the installation CD, and select the appropriate template for your version of Management Framework.
    • For Management Framework 8.1.1, select Genesys_Rules_Authoring_Server_853.apd.
    • For Management Framework 8.1 and earlier, select Genesys_Rules_Authoring_Generic_Server_853.apd.
  4. Click OK to save the template.

Import the GRAT application template for the client

To import the template that is to be used for the client application:

  1. Right-click the Application Templates folder.
  2. Select Import Application Template.
  3. Browse to the templates folder of the installation CD.
  4. Select Genesys_Rules_Authoring_Generic_Client_853.apd.
  5. Click OK to save the template.

Configure the server application

Configuration options are described here.

Configure the client application

To configure the client application:

  1. Right-click the Applications folder.
  2. Select New > Application.
  3. Select the Genesys_Rules_Authoring_Generic_Client template.
  4. On the General tab, enter a name for the application, such as Rules_Authoring_Client.
  5. Click Save.


Next Steps

Installing the GRAT Component

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This page was last modified on 12 May 2017, at 05:10.