As per my guess(according to your previous post), you want to change timeout in SAS 9.3 WRS.
Follow these steps to change session timeout
1 Modify the following code in the appropriate files according to your web application (please find below link to get the filename and path of the files):
<session-config> <session-timeout>time-out-interval</session-timeout> </session-config>
Replace time-out-interval with the time-out interval in minutes. As a recommendation, the number should be no smaller than 5. When you are finished, save and close the file.
2 Use the SAS Deployment Manager to rebuild the EAR files that contain the SAS Web applications.
3 stop the SAS Web Application service
4 Redeploy the Web applications whose files you modified.
5 Start the SAS Web Application service
Please refer this link for more clarification (PAGE 151-154):http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/bimtag/65708/PDF/default/bimtag.pdf
could you read, on the same document as provided by @Kalind_Patel, pages 124-144, more specific the page 135 about IBM WebSphere? It describes the redeploy process quite nicely. But if you have any specif question regarding that, please let us know.
Unfortunately, there is no official document available for redeploying web applications on IBM web sphere with screenshots,
But as @JuanS_OCS mentioned, you can follow that steps from the document,
And if you are not sure about this, I will recommend to involving SAS support in this.
Thank you very much @JuanS_OCS and @Kalind_Patel, your valuable input is very useful; I am going through documents on page no. 137 under g. 'Manage Modules' I am not able to find link of war file. I am enclosing the screen shot of steps. When I am clicking the 'SAS Web Report Studio' link getting the screen shot '2' ;
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