RE: PeopleSoft DBA Forum Ren server
- Hi Pierre-Jean,
I installed REN servers.
As Tuxedo process, you need to use an existant Tuxedo domain or define a specific one.
You could create it on the machine hosting your application server or on a separate box.
If you got many users generating lots of reports, it will consume large amounts ressources but you can use several REN servers through REN clusters.
Concerning SSL access, you have to set up an RPS. And if you use Apache, until now only 1.3X versions are compliant with REN server(as GSC told me, there will be a workaround in 8.46 for Apache 2, i'm still waiting for it).
No problem with setting up authentication token domain.
De : firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] De la part de Pallez, Pierre-Jean
Envoyé : mercredi 30 novembre 2005 11:43
À : firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet : PeopleSoft DBA Forum Ren server
I'm asked to install a REN server, so that people can drilldown Nvision reports in 4-tier from a remote computer (outside our main site).
We run windows 2003 servers with weblogic 8.1 and PT8.46.
I read the peoplebooks, and after several aspirins I still have trouble figuring it all out.
- Can we create a REN server on the machine hosting our app/web server and process scheduler or has it got to be a separate box ? Will it consume lots of resources ? Any security issues with this ?
- Apparently if I wish to use SSL to access the REN server, I must have a Reverse Proxy Server ?
- Any possible security headaches with setting up an authentication token domain ?
Has anyone got experience with this ?
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