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PPM Support Tip: When making changes to server.xml file, changes are not retained

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Micro Focus Expert mike_se
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PPM Support Tip: When making changes to server.xml file, changes are not retained

A new KCS article was published: KM00598773.

 

 

When making changes to server.xml file, changes are not retained after running kUpdateHtml.sh

The below documents at minimum give instructions to modify the server.xml to workaround an issue or enable a functionality.  

However the changes should be done in the server.xsl or kintana-web.xsl so the changes will be retained between runs of kUpdateHtml.sh file.

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Installation and Administration Guide:

1) Page 113
If you have PPM Servers running on AIX, open the server.xml file (located in the <PPM_Home>/server/<PPM_Server_Name>/deploy/jbossweb-tomcat55.sar directory) and add
algorithm="IbmX509"

2) Page 119
Edit the server.xml File (AIX Only)
If you have PPM Servers running on AIX, open the server.xml file, and add
algorithm="IbmX509"
to it, as follows:

3) Page 226
Open the following file in an editor (for example, notepad, or VI
editor):
<PPM_Home>/server/<INSTANCE>/deploy/jbosswebtomcat50.sar/server.xml

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9.14 Release Notes:

1) To work around this limitation, edit the Tomcat’s server.xml file to add the maxPostSize attribute to the Connector element, and then set the attribute to a larger value in bytes. Alternatively, set the attribute to 0, which disables the size check.

2) Editing the server.xml File (AIX Only)
If you have PPM Servers running on AIX, open the server.xml file, and add algorithm="IbmX509" to it, as follows:





Defect QCCR1L52826

Example of a workaround:
Added the maxPostSize=”0” in to the server.xsl file
1. Stop PPM nodes
2. Take a backup of the original server.xsl file - <PPM_HOME>/conf/jboss
3. Replace the file with modified file
4. Run kUpdateHTML.sh
5. Start PPM nodes

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