Server administration

The following topics provide information about the administration of Axway B2Bi servers:

  • Architecture - Describes the logical structure of the B2Bi Server environment.
  • Trading Engine - Describes the technology behind the sub-servers that provide B2Bi functionality.
  • Engine directories - Describes key elements of the B2Bi sub-server directories.
  • Log files - Describes the location of various types of B2Bi log files.
  • User interfaces - Describes the user interfaces used to manage and monitor the B2Bi Server.
  • Patches and service packs - Briefly introduces patches and service packs, and points to additional information sources.
  • System Management page- Describes the various tasks related to B2Bi Server performance that you can perform from the System Management page.
  • B2Bi nodes - Describes the functional nodes that comprise each B2Bi Server implementation and how to manage them.
  • Manage server portsManage server ports - Describes the B2Bi Server port allocation management tasks you may need to perform after an installation or update is run.
  • Add a trading engine node - Describes how to add this node to the B2Bi Server.
  • View node details - Describes how to access information about node status and performance.
  • Configure server settings - Describes how to manage settings for the B2Bi interface between the trading engine and the integration engine.
  • Configure the UI and client connections - Describes how to use the Configure UI connection page to:
    • Specify how browsers connect to the Axway B2Bi Server
    • Specify how the B2Bi client environment connects to the B2Bi Server
    • Configure user Single Sign On (SSO) and off
  • Configure server IP binding - Describes the Server IP binding task, which is an advanced system task generally reserved for network managers.
  • Configure global transport settings - Describes the Configure global transport settings page that is used to configure the user lockout behavior of B2Bi native embedded transport servers.
  • Configure the global external SMTP/SMTPS server - Describes how to enable email notifications for system administrators.
  • Generate cluster thread dumps - Describes how to generate system statistics file for use in troubleshooting.
  • Set up proxy servers - Contains topics for system administrators who must deploy B2Bi in a network environment where end-user browsers make HTTP connections through proxy servers.
  • Operating practices - Describes practices that are recommended to make production operations, upgrading, and disaster recovery easier.
  • Tools - Describes the tools available for checking configurations and troubleshooting. Information also is provided about the installation directory tree, how to plan for upgrading and disaster recovery, and an overview of the system’s single sign-on (SSO) capability.
  • Data storage, backups, and purging - Describes strategies and methods for storing, conserving, and purging the information collected for traded documents and messages.

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