Extending timeout to start Java application server

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Problem:

How to extend the timeout value when starting an Application Server?

Resolution:

1. Once you have a configuration set up for your Application Server using DPJAdmin, DPJ will create xml file located under:

DPJinstalldirectory\var\agents\PFHKVP0_dpjadminServers.xml

The name of the xml file will be userid_dpjadminServers.xml  Here is location of the file on Windows:

<CODE>

D:\Program Files\Compuware\DevPartner Java Edition\var\agents\PFHKVP0_dpjadminServers.xml

</CODE>

On Solaris:

<CODE>

/opt/Compuware/DPJ/var/agents/root_dpjadminServers.xml

</CODE>

2. Open the xml file in text editor and find the attribute startTimeoutSeconds='60' within the server tag. Here is an example of the Server tag:

<CODE>

server name='WebLogic8_1' serverType='WebLogic8' serverBaseType='GenericExecutable' bootstrapTerminates='false' detachBeforeKill='false' startTimeoutSeconds='60' stopTimeoutSeconds='300' isService='false' stdout='' stderr='' outputToSessionLog='false'

</CODE>

3. Change startTimeoutSeconds='XX' to any value that you would like to extend start time out to start your Application Server.

Old KB# 11171
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