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Lenvdb
Quartz | Level 8

Hi all

Can someone please inform me on this?

Which midtier components are mapped to :

SASServer1_1

SASServer2_1

SASServer7_1

SASServer12_1

SASServer14_1

 

Is there a document somewhere that maps this?

We have a number of Midtier services but nobody seems to know which components they are...

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Anand_V
Ammonite | Level 13
Hi @Lenvdb,

It's very difficult to say as this would differ in every environment depending on the products installed. Best way to identify which application server host which sas apps is to use the instructions.html file that would be created after configuration of your mid-tier at location <sas-config>/Lev1/Documents/. Open this file and navigate to "Configuring your SAS Web Application Server Instances" section.
Under this section, you will see all your web application server instances and the web applications deployed to it.

If you don't have access to this file, then you can navigate indiviually to each web applications server path: <sas-config>/Lev1/Web/WebAppServer/SASServerX_X/sas_webapps/ to find the applications deployed and make a note of it.

HTH, Thanks!

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