Closed as program error.
When changing the default admin password for an integrated RAD 3.0 Webtop 2.0 installation the utility ngf_resyncadminuser is used. This works well straight up for Webtop but causes problems for RAD because it does not update the file $NCHOME/etc/rad/RAD_sla.props. Currently the client has to go in and do this manually. This limitation is not currently documented. Code change or docs change required.
1. Shut down RAD 2. Copy the new admin password from your Security Manager installation to $NCHOME/etc/rad/RAD_sla.props in your RAD directory structure. 3. Restart RAD
When changing the admin user's password via the ngf_resyncadminuser script, the password has to be manually changed in RAD_sla.props. If the user doesn't manually change the admin user's password in RAD_sla.props then the service tree doesn't show. Also, the admin user's password is stored in server.props for the security manager, so they should be reading the same password
Change the way RAD reads the admin user's password. The fix for this APAR is contained in the following maintenance package: |LA interim fix|188.8.131.52-TIV-RAD-IF0002
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