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WebSphere Application Server

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Publisher: MC Press Online
Publication Date: April 2006
Subject: Programming: General
Category: Programming
Number of Pages: 809

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WebSphere Application Server is complex and multifaceted middleware that is used by huge enterprises as well as small businesses. In addition, leading-edge products such as WebSphere Process Server, Extended Deployment, Commerce Server, and Portal Server are built on top of this powerful application server. In-depth understanding of the core functionality of the application server is key to success if you are planning on using any of these leading-edge products.

The authors of this book, all from the IBM WebSphere team, have done an excellent job covering the many facets of the software. They address all of the different packages from Express to Network Deployment so that no matter what size your company, you will be able to successfully implement WebSphere Application Server V6.

To demonstrate the steps involved in setting up a complete WebSphere Application Server installation, this book walks you through the configuration process for a highly available, workload-managed (HA/WLM), clustered environment built using the WebSphere V6 Network Deployment package. During the course of this book, you will learn how to assume all the responsibilities and roles required to implement this architecture, including setup of a standalone application server, IBM HTTP Server and the plug-in module using Base or Express packages, a multi-node/multi-profile environment with node federation, the HTTP Server distributed plug-in, clustering, HTTP session persistence, and more.

The book also covers topics that are critical to the ongoing implementation of an application server. The authors use their broad and in-depth knowledge to discuss Dynamic Caching, Security, Web Service Enablement, the Application Server Tool (AST) Kit, WebSphere Rapid Deployment (WRD), and more. WebSphere administrators and J2EE architects alike will find this book invaluable as they install and implement IBM's WebSphere Application Server V6.
About authors
Rama Turaga
IBM Certified Consulting IT Specialist Rama Turaga is a member of the IBM Software Services for WebSphere (ISSW) team based in Overland Park, Kansas. He has more than 20 years of experience in software design, development, performance tuning, architecting, administering, maintenance, and support. Rama is a frequent speaker on WebSphere technologies at WebSphere conferences and user group meetings.

Owen Cline
Owen Cline is a member of the IBM Software Services for WebSphere team based in San Diego, California. He has more than 20 years of experience in the software development field. Owen holds four software patents, has written IBM Redbooks, and has presented at multiple technical conferences. In addition, he has worked on many high-profile Web sites in recent years.

Peter Van Sickel
Peter Van Sickel is a Consulting I/T Specialist member of the IBM Software Services for WebSphere (ISSW) team working as a J2EE and WebSphere Application Server specialist. Peter has 15 years of experience in distributed computing, including six years with WAS. He is a regular speaker at WebSphere technical conferences and user group meetings and has written articles for WebSphere Developer's Domain.

Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: WebSphere Application Server V6: Packaging and Architecture
Packaging
Standalone Application Server
IBM HTTP Server
WebSphere V6 Plug-in for HTTP Server
Architectures Possible with the Base/Express Package
Network Deployment Package: A Cell of Application Servers
Profiles Supported in the Network Deployment Package
Architectures Possible with the Network Deployment Package
WebSphere Application Server V6: New Features

Chapter 2: Installation and Configuration Overview
The HA/WLM Architecture
Step 1: Verify You're Ready
Step 2: Perform Pre-Installation Tasks
Step 3: Create, Configure, and Verify the Deployment Manager Profile
Step 4: Create, Configure, and Verify the Application Server Profile
Step 5: Create, Configure, and Verify the Custom Profile
Step 6: Federate Nodes
Step 7: Install, Configure, and Verify IBM HTTP Server
Step 8: Install the Distributed Remote Plug-in
Step 9: Create and Configure the Horizontal Cluster
Step 10: Enable and Configure Highly Available Persistent Service
Step 11: Configure HTTP Session Persistence
Step 12: Create and Configure the SIBus and Messaging Engine
Step 13: Install, Configure, and Verify Edge Server - Load Balancer

PART II: SINGLE NODE INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
Chapter 3: WebSphere V6 Standalone Application Server: Install, Configure, and Verify
Installation Essentials
Installing WebSphere Application Server V6 Using the Base/Express Package
Understanding the WebSphere Standalone
Application Server Directory Structure
Verifying the Standalone Application Server Installation
Configuring the Service Integration Bus and Enabling the Messaging Engine
Creating Multiple Application Server Profiles
Logging: Problem Determination and Troubleshooting

Chapter 4: Working with the Standalone Application Server
Managing the Application Server Profile Environment
Upgrading an Existing WebSphere V6 Product
Adding a New Feature to an Existing Installation
The PlantsByWebSphere Application
Backup and Recovery
Uninstalling WebSphere Application Server
Silent Installation

Chapter 5: IBM HTTP Server V6: Install, Configure, Verify, and Manage
Installing IBM HTTP Server V6
Verifying the HTTP Server Installation
Understanding the IBM HTTP Server V6 Directory Structure
Managing IBM HTTP Server V6
Uninstalling IBM HTTP Server V6
Logging: Problem Determination and Troubleshooting
Silent Installation
Installing and Configuring Multiple HTTP Servers on the Same Machine

Chapter 6: IBM HTTP Server V6 Plug-in for WebSphere V6: Install, Configure, Verify, and Manage
The Local Plug-in Architecture
Installing IBM HTTP Server V6 Local Plug-in for WebSphere
Understanding the Plug-in Directory Structure
Verifying the Plug-in
The Remote Plug-in Architecture
Installing IBM HTTP Server V6 Remote Plug-in for WebSphere
Logging: Problem Determination and Troubleshooting
Configuring Multiple Web Servers with Multiple Application Server Profiles
Backup and Recovery
Uninstalling the Plug-in
Silent Installation of the WebSphere HTTP Plug-in

PART III: HIGH AVAILABILITY, WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT, SCALABILITY, AND SESSION MANAGEMENT
Chapter 7: WebSphere V6 Network Deployment Package: Install, Create, Verify, and Manage
Install WebSphere V6 Network Deployment Package: Product Binaries
Create a Deployment Manager Profile
Create an Application Server Profile
Create a Custom Profile
Silent Installation

Chapter 8: WebSphere V6 Network Deployment: Federation of Nodes
Pre-Federation Tasks
Federating a Node from the Deployment Manager's Admin Console
Federating a Node from the Application Server's Command Prompt
Create the Application Server on the Custom Profile Node After Federation
Application Invocation in a Network Deployment Environment
Managing a Cell of Application Servers
Logging During Federation of Nodes

Chapter 9: IBM HTTP Server V6 Distributed Plug-in for WebSphere V6: Install, Configure, Verify, and Manage
Distributed Plug-in Configurations
Prerequisites to Understanding and Performing Distributed Plug-in Tasks
Distributed Local Plug-in -- Managed Node
Distributed Local Plug-in -- Unmanaged Node
Distributed Remote Plug-in -- Managed Node
Distributed Remote Plug-in -- Unmanaged Node
Configuring the Web Server Definition Manually from the Deployment Manager's Admin Console

Chapter 10: WebSphere Application Server V6 Network Deployment: Vertical and Horizontal Clustering
Request Processing in a Clustered Environment
Create and Configure a Vertical Cluster
Create and Configure a Horizontal Cluster

Chapter 11: WebSphere V6 Network Deployment: HTTP Session Persistence
Memory-to-Memory Replication
Database Session Persistence
Installing DB2 and Creating the Session Database

Chapter 12: Service Integration Bus and High Availability Manager
Configure a Highly Available Messaging Engine
High Availability Manager
Configure Highly Available Persistent Service

Chapter 13: WebSphere V6 Load Balancer Edge Component: Install, Configure, Verify, and Manage
Installing the Load Balancer
Logging
Configure Rule-Based Load Balancing
Content-Based Load Balancing

Chapter 14: Load Balancer High Availability: Configure, Verify, and Manage
Configure Load Balancer High Availability

Chapter 15: Configure WebSphere Dynamic Caching
Snoop Servlet Behavior Without Dynamic Cache
Task 1: Configure the Application Server and Enterprise Application to Use Dynamic Cache
Task 2: Configure the Plug-in File and Application Server to Push Cached Content to the ESI Processor
Task 3: Pushing Dynamic Content to the Edge Server's Caching Proxy Component
Overview of Cluster-Aware Dynacache Object Caching (Cache Replication)
Install, Configure, and Verify the Caching Proxy Server

PART IV: SECURITY
Chapter 16: Enabling WebSphere Application Server Security
Configuring Security Using the Sample Custom Registry 470
Configuring Security Using the Local Operating System Registry
Enabling WebSphere Security Using an LDAP Registry
Replacing the Default Digital Certificate Store Files
Admin Roles

Chapter 17: IBM Tivoli Directory Server Installation and Configuration
Install ITDS V6 for Windows
Create a Small Directory Tree
Working with LDAP Interchange Format Files
Creating SSL Artifacts for IBM Tivoli Directory Server
Configure IBM Tivoli Directory Server to Allow SSL Connections
Basic Troubleshooting of ITDS

Chapter 18: Secure Sockets Layer Configuration and Verification
Configuring SSL for IBM HTTP Server
Importing a Public Certificate into a Browser
Configuring SSL Between the HTTP Server Plug-in and the Application Server
Configuring SSL Between the Plugin and the Web Container
Configuring SSL Between WebSphere and IBM Tivoli
Directory Server

PART V: DEPLOYMENT AND MANAGEMENT
Chapter 19: Installing Product Updates
WebSphere Application Server Updates in a Nutshell
Detailed Guide to Updating WebSphere Application Server
Detailed Guide to Updating IBM HTTP Server
Detailed Guide to Updating the HTTP Server Plug-in
Detailed Guide to Updating the Load Balancer

Chapter 20: Registering and Running WebSphere Processes
as Windows Services

Register WebSphere Processes as Windows Services
Securing Argument Values in the Registry by Encoding
Managing WebSphere Processes
Removing WebSphere Processes from the Windows
Services Panel

Chapter 21: Service Integration Bus Web Services Enablement
Web Services Without SIBWS
SIBWS Installation
Summary

Chapter 22: Managing the WebSphere V6 Environment
WebSphere V6 Tracing
Collector Tool
First Failure Data Capture
Log Analyzer and showlog
Heap Dump Analysis
BackupConfig Archive
Restore Config Archive
Performance Monitoring Using Tivoli
Performance Viewer
Obtaining WebSphere Version Information
Verbose Garbage Collection and Class Loader
Dump Name Space

Chapter 23: J2EE Packaging, Enhanced EARs, and the Application Server Toolkit
J2EE Packaging at a Glance
The Enterprise Application Development Process

Chapter 24: Manually Install WebSphere Bank
Verify the Existence of the J2C Resource Adapter
Create the J2C Authentication Alias
Create the JDBC Provider
Create the Data Source
Create the SIBus
Create an SIBus Member for the SIBus
Create the SIB JMS Queue
Create the SIB Queue
Create the SIB JMS Activation Specification
Verify That the SIB Service for the Application Server Is Enabled

Chapter 25: WebSphere Rapid Deployment (WRD)
Invoking WRD
Deploying Applications with WRD

Chapter 26: WebSphere V6 System Management Using the J2EE Management API
Creating a Custom Java Administrative Client
Extending WebSphere Administration with Custom MBeans

Appendix: Web Resources
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