12-09-2016 05:03 AM
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
12-13-2016 10:33 AM
Thank you very much kalind for your valuable response. I have followed first 3 step. but 4 step - Redeploy the Web applications, please provide the image base document for IBM webshpere.
12-14-2016 07:47 AM
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.
12-14-2016 10:31 AM
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.
12-15-2016 05:25 AM
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' ;