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Hi All,

 

I am not an expert with this software package. 

 

I am trying to install the HP Operations Manager for UNIX Client V 09.10.230 on Windows server 2008 SE.

 

the client itself is working, but for some reason I cannot set the home directory where it saves the itooprc file. 

By default it saves it in a directory from a diffirent account. I tried diffirent servers and accounts (all with admin rights).

 

My question is is there a possibility to manually set the home directory? 

 

thank you in advance!

 

kr, Tim

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By default, the java gui uses the java profile "user.home" as a storage directory for a user's customisations/preferences.

The JVM sets this from the users home directory but if there are problems with this, as a last resort, it can be overridden in the ito_op.bat script by adding  "-Duser.home=<directory>" directory in the startup line.

Example : To force the java gui to take the directory C:\testuser as the home directory, add the -Duser.home option to the following line in the ito_op.bat:
:: Starting JavaGUI
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%TRACE%" echo on
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%PLUGIN%" goto :PLUGIN
%START% .\JRE1.3.1\bin\%JAVA% -mx60m  com.hp.ov.it.ui.OvEmbApplet
initial_node=%ITOSERVER% user=%USER% passwd=%PASSWD% trace=%TRACE%
display=%DISPLAY%
goto END


End result :
:: Starting JavaGUI
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%TRACE%" echo on
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%PLUGIN%" goto :PLUGIN
%START% .\JRE1.3.1\bin\%JAVA% -mx60m -Duser.home=c:\testuser
com.hp.ov.it.ui.OvEmbApplet initial_node=%ITOSERVER% user=%USER%
passwd=%PASSWD% trace=%TRACE% display=%DISPLAY%
goto END

 

 

you can find more information in this KM71170

 

Hope this can help !
- HAZARD -

 

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Hallo Keestim,

The Java GUI resource file itooprc resides in the home directory of the user who starts the Java GUI (it is located in the user’s home directory).
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By default, the java gui uses the java profile "user.home" as a storage directory for a user's customisations/preferences.

The JVM sets this from the users home directory but if there are problems with this, as a last resort, it can be overridden in the ito_op.bat script by adding  "-Duser.home=<directory>" directory in the startup line.

Example : To force the java gui to take the directory C:\testuser as the home directory, add the -Duser.home option to the following line in the ito_op.bat:
:: Starting JavaGUI
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%TRACE%" echo on
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%PLUGIN%" goto :PLUGIN
%START% .\JRE1.3.1\bin\%JAVA% -mx60m  com.hp.ov.it.ui.OvEmbApplet
initial_node=%ITOSERVER% user=%USER% passwd=%PASSWD% trace=%TRACE%
display=%DISPLAY%
goto END


End result :
:: Starting JavaGUI
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%TRACE%" echo on
for %%p in (true TRUE on ON) do if "%%p"=="%PLUGIN%" goto :PLUGIN
%START% .\JRE1.3.1\bin\%JAVA% -mx60m -Duser.home=c:\testuser
com.hp.ov.it.ui.OvEmbApplet initial_node=%ITOSERVER% user=%USER%
passwd=%PASSWD% trace=%TRACE% display=%DISPLAY%
goto END

 

 

you can find more information in this KM71170

 

Hope this can help !
- HAZARD -

 

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Thank you very much HAI_HAZARD!

 

This solution is working for me.

 

I have used it in combination with -- -Duser.home=%HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH% --- and it does the trick.

 

again thank you.

 

Kr, Tim

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