Integrate CA Service Catalog with CA EEM Manually

Ensure that both the CA EEM server and CA Service Catalog server are up and running.
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Review the following section only if you want to manually integrate CA Service Catalog with CA EEM when the automatic integration between the two has failed.
Ensure that both the CA EEM server and CA Service Catalog server are up and running.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to the setup utility and click Security on the left menu.
  2. Perform 
    one 
    of the following actions, whichever applies:
    • If CA EEM is installed on one computer only, enter its host name.
    • If CA EEM is installed on multiple computers as a cluster 
      without 
      a Proxy, enter the host names of the CA EEM computers. Separate the names with commas. 
      (
      Proxy 
      here means load balancer.)
    • If CA EEM is installed on multiple computers as a cluster 
      with 
      a Proxy, enter the host name of the Proxy computer.
  3. For the CA EEM application instance name, perform 
    one 
    of the following actions, whichever applies:
    • If you upgraded CA EEM during this CA Service Catalog upgrade or if you are using an existing version of CA EEM, specify the existing application instance name.
    • If you installed CA EEM for the first time during this CA Service Catalog upgrade, specify the application instance name of your choice.
  4. Enter the CA EEM administrator (EiamAdmin) password.
  5. Click Save.
    The utility creates the required CA Service Catalog objects in CA EEM. Examples include the 
    Service Catalog
     application, policies, and users (including spadmin).