Using OneClick

OneClick delivers CA Spectrum information to network operators and troubleshooters using an intuitive graphical user interface. OneClick provides customized access to information and tools for users who monitor or troubleshoot specific portions of a network that CA Spectrum manages.
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OneClick delivers CA Spectrum information to network operators and troubleshooters using an intuitive graphical user interface. OneClick provides customized access to information and tools for users who monitor or troubleshoot specific portions of a network that CA Spectrum manages.
The OneClick architecture uses the Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP) and the Java Web Start application to let remote systems and users access the OneClick server. JNLP is a standard for application delivery that does not require traditional installers or the launching of executable code. After installation, the OneClick Console communicates with the web server on the OneClick server using port 80 by default for Windows, or port 8080 for UNIX. The web server communicates as a single client of the SpectroSERVER using the CORBA interface, as illustrated by the following diagram:
SpectroSERVER using the CORBA interface
The following CA Spectrum and OneClick content provides information that is related to installing, customizing, and maintaining OneClick:
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