Quick reference to user IDs, passwords, and Web addresses

Administration in the WebSphere Commerce environment requires a variety of user IDs. These user IDs along with their requisite authorities are described in the following list. For the WebSphere Commerce user IDs, the default passwords are identified.

Note: Most components in WebSphere Commerce utilize user IDs and passwords that are validated by the operating system. For information about changing those passwords, refer to your operating system documentation.
For IBM i OS operating system User profiles
For IBM i OS operating systemTwo system user profiles are used and referred to frequently when you install and configure WebSphere Commerce:
  • A user profile which you create and use to install WebSphere Commerce and start the Configuration Manager. To install and configure WebSphere Commerce, you must use an system user profile of USRCLS(*SECOFR) or use the QSECOFR user profile.
  • A user profile which is created by the Configuration Manager when you create a WebSphere Commerce instance. This user profile is also referred to as the instance user profile. A user profile of USRCLS(*USER) is created by the Configuration Manager each time you create a WebSphere Commerce instance.
Configuration Manager user ID
The Configuration Manager tool's graphical interface allows you to modify the way WebSphere Commerce is configured. The initial Configuration Manager user ID and password are configadmin and webibm. You are prompted to change these values the first time you log on to Configuration Manager.

SolarisLinuxWindowsAIX You can access Configuration Manager from your WebSphere Commerce machine, or any machine on the same network as WebSphere Commerce.

For IBM i OS operating system You can access Configuration Manager from any Windows machine that is on the same network as your iSeries server.

IBM HTTP Server User ID
SolarisLinuxWindowsAIX If you are using IBM HTTP Server, you can access your Web server home page by opening your Web browser and typing the following Web address:
http://host_name
If you have customized your Web server, you may be required to type the name of your Web server's front page after the host name.
WebSphere Commerce Site Administrator
The Site Administrator user ID and password apply to the following WebSphere Commerce tools:
  • WebSphere Commerce Accelerator. To access the WebSphere Commerce Accelerator from a remote machine running a Windows operating system, open your Internet Explorer Web browser, and type the following Web address:
    
    https://host_name:8000/accelerator
    
  • Administration Console. To access the Administration Console from a remote machine running a Windows operating system, open your Internet Explorer Web browser, and type the following Web address:
    
    https://host_name:8002/adminconsole
    
  • Organization Administration Console. To access the Organization Administration Console from a remote machine running a Windows operating system, open your Internet Explorer Web browser, and type the following Web address:
    
    https://host_name:8004/orgadminconsole
    
Enter the Site Administrator user ID and password that you entered when you created your WebSphere Commerce instance.

Note: The Site Administrator user ID should never be removed, and should always have instance administrator authority.

WebSphere Commerce requires that the user ID and password adhere to the following rules:
  • The password must be at least 8 characters in length.
  • The password must include at least 1 numeric digit.
  • The password does not contain more than 4 occurrences of a character.
  • The password does not repeat the same character more than 3 times.
WebSphere Commerce Payments Administrator

When you install WebSphere Commerce Payments, the WebSphere Commerce Site Administrator ID is automatically assigned the Payments Administrator role. Switch the Payments Realm Class to WCSRealm if it has not already been done.

The Payments Administrator role enables a user ID to control and administer WebSphere Commerce Payments.

For IBM i OS operating systemNote: Do not delete or rename the Site Administrator user ID created for your instance, and do not change any preassigned WebSphere Commerce Payments roles, as WebSphere Commerce functions related to WebSphere Commerce Payments integration will not work.