Steps to follow to launch and use GenericContainer_Admin tool :

Admin tool location: <server Installation path>\java\apps\WebiAdmintool\GenericContainer_Admintool.jar

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Provide all the login details and then click on the required WEBI and APS server to open it

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Select the Required WEBI and APS servers

Increase the History size from 100 to required value on both WEBI and APS servers

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Select the “Relationship tab” to check the relation between WEBI and APS  bridge

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Open the  required webi report in BI launch Pad to test

Now click on play option next to “Activies Refresh” option in “ Generic Container_admin tool”  for both WEBI and APS servers

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Now click on refresh, select the required prompts and Run the query in BI launch Pad

Stop the Activities Refresh

Check the Activities Monitoring for both WEBI and APS servers to identify the issues.

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  1. Ajay Gupta

    SJ,

          I agree with Denis, this tool is recommended for novice admin.  You need to have very strong understanding of the BI 4 Platform, Server Sizing, Server roles and their functions.

    This blog should have disclaimer before using.

    Ajay

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    1. S man Post author

      Hi,

      Yes I posted basic steps to use tool for admins only.

      I dont see any reason for disclaimer for this blog.

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      1. Missy Mazzola

        SJ – what is the purpose of increasing the history size? is this related to how many historical activities will be recorded?

        thanks,

        missy

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    1. Missy Mazzola

      Matthew,

      I didn’t see a spot to comment on the blog, so I figured I’d note it here… Your blog was VERY helpful – thank you! Especially appreciate the details on the Plugins Perspective and clarifying some of the views/uses. 

      -missy

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