Using copy of source JCR database domain

Use the copied JCR database for the target production environment. This process involves modifying the database properties, validating the connection, and connecting to the copied database.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the RH Linux Server, where the target HCL is located.
  2. Open RH Command Line Terminal. Right-click the desktop and select Open Terminal.
  3. Enter the following command: ulimit -n 24000.
  4. Go to the Config Engine properties directory cd /opt/IBM/WebSphere/wp_profile/ConfigEngine/properties.
  5. Open the wkplc_dbdomain.properties file with the command gedit wkplc_dbdomain.properties.
  6. Change the following JCR database values:
    • jcr.DBName=WPJCRP to jcr.DbName=WPJCRT
    • jcr.DbUrl=jdbc:db2://cntserv_exmp.com:50000/WPJCRP:returnAlias=0; to jcr.DbUrl=jdbc:db2//cntserv_exmp.com:50000/WPJCRT:returnAlias=0;

    Other values such as the database user name and schema were the same on both the source and target. Therefore, no changes are needed.

  7. Save the changes.
  8. Go to the Config Engine directory cd /opt/IBM/WebSphere/wp_profile/ConfigEngine.
  9. Validate the database connection with the database ./ConfigEngine.sh validate-database-connection.
  10. Connect to the database, with the following Config Engine command ./ConfigEngine.sh connect-database -DtransferDomainList=jcr -DWasPassword=wpsadmin.
    This task takes a few minutes to complete.