OneClick Web Server Upgrades and New OneClick Privileges

This section contains the following topics:
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This section contains the following topics:
OneClick Web Server Upgrades
All OneClick clients must be shut down before upgrading the OneClick web server because Java Web Start applications cache application jar files on the client. These jar files are automatically updated when you restart the application. You can shut down all OneClick clients by selecting Client Details and clicking Log Off Clients.
For OneClick web server installations on a dedicated system (such as, <
OC install dir
>/WebApps), the OneClick web server is installed in the <
$SPECROOT
> directory. However, OneClick web server installation on the same system as 
CA Spectrum
 are installed in a different directory. In this case, the OneClick web server is installed in the directory you specified during the 
CA Spectrum
 upgrade (such as, <
OC install dir
>/WebApps).
For more examples about how to use the <
$SPECROOT
>/custom directory, see .
When you install the OneClick web server on a dedicated system, install it in the <
OC install dir
>/WebApps directory. Install 
CA Spectrum
 in the existing 
CA Spectrum
 directory when the system includes a current version of a 
SpectroSERVER
 and the OneClick web server. Do not install 
CA Spectrum
 in the OneClick directory. The existing 
CA Spectrum
 directory appears in the Destination Location dialog.
Upgrading the OneClick web server typically archives the existing Apache Tomcat directory to
<$SPECROOT
>/Install-Tools/LOGS/<
version_date
>/SavedFiles/tomcat-<
time
>. Once you have successfully upgraded the OneClick web server and verified any OneClick customizations, we recommend that an administrator remove this directory. The directory uses available disk space unnecessarily.
New OneClick Privileges
A new version of 
CA Spectrum
 sometimes includes new privileges that are assigned, by default, to one or more of the default 
CA Spectrum
 roles. For example, 
CA Spectrum
 assigns these privileges to a default 
CA Spectrum
 role such as OperatorRW. Remember, users who are not assigned these default roles are not automatically granted these new privileges. To grant these new privileges, either explicitly assign them to the users, or assign the default roles to the users.
Additionally, consider assigning the new privileges to one or more custom roles that you have created. Therefore, users that are assigned to only those custom roles are also granted the new privileges.
For more information on working with users, roles, and privileges, see .