Setup your first instance of Web Services Adapter by using a copy of the <OpenEdge directory>\servlets\wsa directory. For an example please refer to Article 000020481, «How to setup the Web Services Adapter (WSA) with Tomcat on a Windows Platform.» . To setup a second instance please follow these general guidelines:
1. Stop your Java Servlet Engine (JSE), e.g. Tomcat.
2. Make another copy of the <OpenEdge directory>\servlet\wsa directory (this copy will go into your JSE ‘s webapps subdirectory).
3. Rename the directory to the required name, e.g.: wsatest .
4. Set this up to run within your JSE, e.g.: <Tomcat directory>\webapps\wsatest .
5. Create a new Web Services Adapter resource in OpenEdge Explorer (Management Console).
6. When the New Web Services Adapter dialog screen appears:
7. If the WSA instance is remote, perform the following additional steps on the system where the WSA is installed:
8. Edit the web.xml file for this WSA instance (see the OpenEdge Application Server: Administration guide, section 5-13 for information on configuring the web.xml file). At a minimum you need to change the «instanceName» listed in the web.xml file to correspond to the one listed in the ubroker.properties file. For example for a WSA instance called «wsatest» ( [WSA.wsatest] section in the ubroker.properties), you would modify the web.xml as follows:
9. If you want to use something other than «wsa1» in the URL, then you can change the URL pattern in the web.xml. For example: <servlet-mapping>
10. Restart your JSE (e.g. Tomcat). A new directory containing the WSA instance name will be created within the JSE’s servlet directory, for example <Tomcat directory>\webapps\wsatest\wsatest . So the first «wsatest» directory is the Java servlet name and the second one is the WSA instance name as configured in the web.xml.
11. To verify that your WSA instance has been configured properly, open a web browser and connect to http://<WSA host>:<port>/<servlet directory name>/<url pattern> . For example http://myserver:8080/wsatest/wsa123. The page returned should state «Status:wsa123:OK:<number>».