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Administration
Preface : Organization
 

Organization

Part 1, Introduction
Overview of Server and Services Administration
Introduces the OpenEdge server and adapter products who's management is described in this manual, and provides references for more information on product architecture and usage.
Part 2, AppServer and Internet Adapter Administration
Configuring and Managing the AppServer
Describes the components, tools, and procedures for managing an AppServer installation.
Configuring and Managing the AppServer Internet Adapter
Describes the components, tools, and procedures for managing an AppServer Internet Adapter installation.
Part 3, Web Services Adapter Administration
Configuring a Web Services Adapter Installation
Describes the basic features of Web Services Adapter (WSA) management and some post installation configuration tasks.
Managing the Web Services Adapter
Describes how to create and manage a WSA Web application in the context of a Java container, how to create and manage WSA servlets in the context of a WSA Web application, and how to create and manage corresponding WSA instances in the context of the OpenEdge environment using the Unified Broker framework.
Deploying and Managing OpenEdge Web Services
Describes how to deploy and manage OpenEdge Web services in the context of a single WSA instance, and how to export and import Web services between WSA instances.
Web Services Adapter Security Configurations
Describes the components of WSA security and how to create and manage common WSA security configurations, listed for reference by alphabetical order.
Using the WSA Management Utility (WSAMAN)
Introduces the WSAMAN command-line utility to perform many of the WSA and Web service management tasks that are otherwise performed using OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer.
Part 4, WebSpeed Administration
Configuring WebSpeed in Windows
Describes the basic requirements and procedures for configuring a WebSpeed installation in Windows.
Configuring WebSpeed on UNIX
Describes the basic requirements and procedures for configuring a WebSpeed installation on UNIX.
WebSpeed Dynamic Code-page Support
Describes how to manage dynamic code-page support for internationalizing WebSpeed installations.
Connecting WebSpeed to a Data Source
Describes how to connect a WebSpeed application to an OpenEdge data source, such an OpenEdge RDBMS or DataServer.
WebSpeed Security
Describes the components of WebSpeed security and how to use them to manage secure WebSpeed installations and applications.
Using Active Server Pages with WebSpeed
Describes how to manage a WebSpeed installation to incorporate Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) in a WebSpeed application.
Part 5, Messaging and ESB Administration
OpenEdge Adapter for SonicMQ Administration
Describes the components, tools, and procedures for managing a SonicMQ Adapter installation to provide Java Message Service (JMS) messaging for an ABL client of a SonicMQ JMS.
Configuring and Managing the OpenEdge Adapter for Sonic ESB
Describes the components, tools, and procedures for managing OpenEdge Web services as OpenEdge services installed and enabled through the Sonic ESB Adapter on the Sonic Enterprise Service Bus (Sonic ESB).
Part 6, REST Administration
REST Management Agent Administration
Describes the administrative tasks for the REST Management Agent, a component of Progress OpenEdge that you use to deploy, configure, and manage a Java container's (or Web server's) OpenEdge REST Web applications.
REST Web Application Administration
Describes the components, tools, and procedures for managing REST Web applications.
Using the RESTMAN Utility
Introduces the WSAMAN command-line utility to administer the REST Management Agent and the REST Web applications. The functions provided by the RESTMAN utility duplicate their OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer equivalents.
REST Management Agent and REST Web Application Security Configurations
Gives an overview of the security configurations provided by the REST Management Agent, describes the configuration models, and provides information on working with security configurations.
Appendices
Reference to OpenEdge Web Service Properties
Describes how to access and provides an alphabetical reference to configuration and run-time properties used to manage both OpenEdge Web services in the OpenEdge environment and OpenEdge services in the Sonic ESB environment.
Command and Utility Reference
Describes the syntax for commands and utilities documented in this manual. If this manual provides the primary documentation for a command or utility, the syntax for that command or utility appears in this appendix.
Reference to Dynamic Server Properties
Lists the server properties that can be changed at runtime.