Starting CA Spectrum and OneClick Web Server

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Prepare the
SpectroSERVER
to Communicate With the OneClick Web Server
Make sure that the
SpectroSERVER
and OneClick can communicate with one another.
Some service packs require updates to the
SpectroSERVER
and the OneClick web server. See the
CA Spectrum
Software Release Notice
for more information.
Follow these steps:
  1. Verify if the
    version installed on the
    SpectroSERVER
    host is the same as the
    version you are installing on the OneClick web server.
    To verify, navigate to <
    $SPECROOT
    >/Install-Tools and view the .history file using a text editor. If the version is different, install the same version of
    .
    For each
    SpectroSERVER
    , there must be an entry in the .hostrc file for the computer hosting the OneClick web server. For more information, see .
  2. Ensure that all associated
    SpectroSERVER
    s are running.
  3. Ensure that the computer on which you are installing the OneClick web server has host access to all associated
    SpectroSERVER
    computers. On each
    SpectroSERVER
    host:
    1. Launch the
      Control Panel.
    2. Select Configure, Host Security.
    3. Ensure that the Server List contains either:
      • The host name of the designated OneClick host (OneClick Web Server)
      • A plus (+) sign (meaning unrestricted access)
      See for more information.
  4. Verify that you are connected by pinging the designated
    host using its host name.
  5. Designate an existing user as the OneClick administrator or create a OneClick administrator. Verify that this user is a valid administrator, as follows:
    1. Launch the
      Control Panel.
    2. Select Control, Users.
    3. Verify that the user model designated as the OneClick administrator exists.
    4. If the user does not exist, select Create.
    5. Enter the user name in the User Name field, enter a password in the New Password and Confirm New Password fields, and click OK.
      The user is created as a super user and has access to all models and privileges.
    6. Click Close to exit the Users window.
      In a distributed environment, this administrative user must exist in all landscapes. For more information, see .
  6. Ensure that the computer on which you are installing the OneClick web server has access to the
    SpectroSERVER
    .
  7. For all Windows platforms, ensure that you can resolve the
    SpectroSERVER
    host name from the OneClick web server by editing the local hosts file:
    1. Navigate to the C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc directory.
    2. Open the hosts file with a text editor.
    3. Add entries per the comments in the hosts file.
    4. Save the file.
  8. On Solaris and Linux, ensure that you have host name resolution to the
    SpectroSERVER
    from the OneClick web server by editing the local hosts file. If you are not using a name service, edit your local hosts file as follows:
    1. To test host name resolution, ping the
      host using only the host part of its fully qualified domain name.
      For example, to ping host.company.com, enter shell> ping host. If the ping fails, edit the file /etc/hosts to reflect the IP and name of the
      host.
    2. Add a host name to the Solaris hosts file as follows:
      • Log in as root.
      • Edit the /etc/hosts file.
      • Add an entry as follows (host in this example):
      # # Internet host table # 127.0.0.1 localhost 192.168.200.1 host loghost
    The
    SpectroSERVER
    is prepared to communicate with OneClick.
Start
on Windows
After you install
, you can start
on Windows.
Click Start, Programs, CA, SPECTRUM, Administrator, Control Panel.
starts and the
Control Panel appears.
Start
on Linux and Solaris
After you install
, you can start
on Linux and Solaris.
Follow these steps:
  1. Navigate to the directory path where you installed
    (for example, /usr/SPECTRUM/).
  2. Set up your remote display, if needed.
  3. Navigate to the bin directory and run the following command:
    ./SCP
    starts and the
    Control Panel appears.
Initiate a Remote Display of
You can set up a Windows system to display
remotely when
is running on a Solaris or Linux system. The Solaris or Linux system must be installed with the applications that you want to display remotely on Windows. Also, the Solaris or Linux system must be configured to support Telnet services. The Windows system must be configured to support a Telnet client.
Note:
supports one remote display session open at a time on a client system.
Follow these steps:
  1. Ensure that the
    Control Panel and any applications that you want to display remotely are installed on the Solaris or Linux system. Also, ensure that they are configured to support remote display.
    On Solaris, you can initiate remote display when OneClick is not running.
  2. Click Run from the Windows Start menu.
    The Run window appears.
  3. Run the following command:
    Telnet <Solaris host name>
    The Solaris or Linux login dialog appears.
  4. Log in to the Solaris or Linux system using your
    user name and password.
    The system reports your last login, host name, and operating system version. The Solaris prompt follows.
  5. To set the remote display environment, run the following commands:
    • In the K (default) shell, enter:
      export DISPLAY=<remote display hostname>:0.0
    • In the C shell, enter:
      setenv DISPLAY <remote display hostname>:0.0
    • In the Bourne shell, enter:
      DISPLAY=<remote display hostname>:0.0 export display
    For frequent use of remote display, you can avoid repeating this task at each login by adding the DISPLAY environment to your profile.
  6. Navigate to the <
    $SPECROOT
    >/bin directory.
  7. Enter the following command:
    ./SCP
    The
    Control Panel appears, providing you with access to all
    Control Panel functions, including access to client
    applications.
Terminate a Remote Display of
You can terminate a remote display of
.
Follow these steps:
  1. Exit all remotely displayed
    applications properly.
  2. Enter exit at the prompt in the Telnet terminal window.
    The Telnet session is ended.