I am not sure whether I understood well how you installed the NetView server.
So, you should _create_ NetView server in the policy region you have chosen.
install will follow. Do not forget to set managed resources in the policy
region so that the NetView server can be placed therein while being installed.
You may look at
the Release Notes that include step-by-step instructions.
Also, if your install did not succeed, you should clear it from the box by the
cleanup script on the NetView CD and retry it.
I have never attempted to install NetView server from command line by winstall.
To modify a policy region and/or managed resources, you can use wsetpr command.
alexis.henry AT bnpgroup DOT com wrote:
> Hi all!
> I had a problem installing netview 5.1 for Aix last week.
> It appears that in fact when i choosed to install the netview server from the
> listbox the framework choosed instead to install either netview client or
> the database component.
> I tried to install netview 10 times, each was unsuccessful. Can i make the
> install with winstall command?
> The problem is that i need to give a policy region the ability to manage
> NetviewServer ressources, how can i do that with command line ???
> Then how can i install the Netview Server in this policy region, it seems
> is no flag to put the netview server's icone into a policy region ?
> Thanks to all of you.
> Alexis Henry
> Banque Nationale de Paris
> Alexis.henry AT bnpgroup DOT com
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