How to run Sterling Application Manager without using applet

By | 09/01/2019

How to run Sterling Application Manager without using applet ?

Sterling application manager without using applet : In this post we are going to learn something cool. How many of had problem of loading Application manager using applet ? Seen even well experienced OMS developer having problem with Application manager loading using Java Applet. Now from OMS 9.3 we have option to open Application manager using standalone command. Is that not cool ? Let’s see step by step how we can open Application Manager without using applet.

Note : We like to say extremely sorry for long delayed post. There are many readers emailed as asking for new topics. Really thanks lot for all your support and enthusiasm to learn new topics.

Points to remember

  • OMS Server version should be same as the version on which client was built
  • Make sure you have JDK 1.7 or above
  • To load the standalone application manager takes little bit more time, so please wait after running command
  • This option available from OMS 9.3 from particular fix pack. To validate go to OMS install bin folder and check for file buildApplicationManagerClient.xml. This confirms standalone application manager supported as part of your OMS install or not
  • Currently we are able to make this work with HTTP URL only. If any one knows how to make to work this HTTPS let us know in comments.
  • If you close the command line window (which is used to open application manager), application manger gets closed

Build the standalone client

  • Goto <Install_Dir>/bin and run the below command.
  • sci_ant.cmd -f buildApplicationManagerClient.xml
  • This will create a zip file named AppManager_9.5.zip under folder <OMS_INSTALL_DIR>\ApplicationManagerClient
  • Unzip the above zip file ‘AppManager_9.5.zip’ into any local directory. This will extract a jar called “client_9.5.jar” and a directory called “lib_9.5”

sterling application manager without using applet

Running Application Manager with the standalone client

  • cd <OMS_INSTALL_DIR>\ApplicationManagerClient\AppManager_9.5
  • Replace JAVA_HOME with you correct java directory and run below command
  • <JAVA_HOME>\bin\java.exe -jar client_9.5.jar
  • In the popup screen enter Login ID / password / URL / Context name (/smcfs)

ApplicationManagerClient_Login_smcfs

ApplicationManagerClient_ApplicationManager

Running the System Management Console as standalone client

  • cd <OMS_INSTALL_DIR>\ApplicationManagerClient\AppManager_9.5
  • Replace JAVA_HOME with you correct java directory and run below command
  • <JAVA_HOME>\bin\java.exe -jar client_9.5.jar -mode SMC
  • In the popup screen enter Login ID / password / URL / Context name (/smcfs)

ApplicationManagerClient_Mode_SMC

Running the Channel Application Manager (COM) as standalone client

  • cd <OMS_INSTALL_DIR>\ApplicationManagerClient\AppManager_9.5
  • Replace JAVA_HOME with you correct java directory and run below command
  • <JAVA_HOME>\bin\java.exe -jar client_9.5.jar -mode YCD
  • In the popup screen enter Login ID / password / URL / Context name (/smcfs)

ApplicationManagerClient_Mode_YCD

Happy Learning !!!

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5 thoughts on “How to run Sterling Application Manager without using applet

  1. Rajan

    If you import the SSL certs into the CACERTS using keytool, you can access https as well.

    Reply
  2. VP

    I am doing development on
    Mac. How do I open sterling application console
    On safari/ chrome? I tried IE user agents but they don’t open any of the order console

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      OMS application console designed to work only with IE. This also needs 32-bit jre to load application manager. Other browser not supported at this time.

      Reply

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