The configuration tool creates a backup of the current configuration settings each time it runs, when you select the Save Settings Changes option. You can use these backup files to revert CA OM Web Viewer to an earlier configuration state. Use this example for Application-Level Internal Configuration.
The CAOMWebViewer12.war or CAOMWebViewer12.ear files contain the configuration files. To restore files, you must extract the config folder.
Note: This procedure uses the JAR command (recommended method) to perform the WAR/EAR file operations. As an alternative, ZIP and UNZIP commands (on Linux and USS) may also be used to perform WAR/EAR file operation. The Java JDK includes the JAR utility. Most Linux distributions include the ZIP and UNZIP utilities; for USS, you get these utilities from IBM (z/OS UNIX System Services - Ported Tools). To allow for the use of these commands, you may need to add the folder that contains the utilities to your current path.
Follow these steps:
The default location is the <CAOMWV12_HOME>\deployable folder.
Note: This location can differ if you deployed the product on a different machine than where you installed the product.
jar -xvf CAOMWebViewer12.ear CAOMWebViewer12.war
unzip CAOMWebViewer12.ear CAOMWebViewer12.war
jar -xvf CAOMWebViewer12.war config/
unzip CAOMWebViewer12.war config/*
To review these settings, use an ASCII text editor.
jar -uvMf CAOMWebViewer12.war config/
zip CAOMWebViewer12.war config/*
jar -uvMf CAOMWebViewer12.ear CAOMWebViewer12.war
zip CAOMWebViewer12.ear CAOMWebViewer12.war
Important! If you are deploying the WAR file, do not delete the WAR file.
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