Install InterPlay in WebSphere

To install InterPlay in WebSphere, go to the Integrated Solutions console and open the application installation page: Application > Application Types > WebSphere Enterprise Applications.

In the Enterprise application screen:

  1. Install the new application
  2. Change the module class loading policy

Install the new application

  1. In the Enterprise Applications screen, click Install.
  2. In the Preparing for the application installation screen:
    1. In the Path to the new application section, select Local file system, select interplay.war file, and click Next.
    2. In the How do you want to install the application section, select Detailed installation and click Next.
  3. Caution: From now on, the list of steps is not complete. Only the screens where modifications must be made are described.
  4. In the Select installation options screen, accept the default settings and click Next.
  5. In the Map shared libraries screen, select the module InterPlay and click Reference shared libraries.
  6. The Enterprise Applications screen is displayed.
  7. Add the reference to the previously created jndiRes and click OK.
  8. In the Initialize parameters for servlets screen, accept the default settings and click Next.
  9. In the Map resource references to resources screen, browse your files to set the reference to:
    • commonj.timers.TimerManager: DefaultTimeManager
    • commonj.work.WorkManager: DefaultWorkManager
    • javax.sql.Datasource:
      • ws85_220_interplayDS
      • ws85_220_repositoryDS
  10. Click Next.
  11. In the Map context roots for Web modules screen, set the context root. For example, /interplay-web.
  12. Click Next.
  13. Click Finish on the last page.

Change the module class loading policy

To change the module class loading policy:

  1. Open the Configuration screen of the application you installed: interplay-web-2_2_0-SNAPSHOT_war
  2. In the Modules section, click Manage Modules.
  3. The Manage Modules screen is displayed.
  4. Select the InterPlay module.
  5. The Configuration screen for the InterPlay module is displayed.
  6. In the Class loaded order drop-down menu, select Classes loaded with local class loader first (parent last).
  7. Start the application by selecting the application and clicking Start in the Enterprise Applications page.
  8. You should be able to go to the URL. For example: https://<websphereHost>:9776/interplay-web</ssoUrl>.

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