Installing and uninstalling language support packages

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The instructions for installing and uninstalling the language packs require more detail.

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Use the following updated instructions for installing or uninstalling Security Access Manager language packs.

Installing language support packages for Security Access Manager
Enable language support for Security Access Manager by installing one or more language support packages.
Before you begin
Install the Security Access Manager components.
You must install the language package after you install Security Access Manager
components but before you configure them. If you do not install the language
support package, the associated product displays all text in English.

Attention: When you install the Security Access Manager language packages, if a DBCS language is used for the installation, set the operating system locale to match the language that the installation program uses.

Procedure
1. Log on as root or as an Administrative user.
2. Access the product DVD or extract the files from the archive file that you downloaded from Passport Advantage.
3. Ensure that IBM Java Runtime provided with Security Access Manager is installed for your particular operating system. See the Installation Guide for details.
4. Depending on the Security Access Manager component that you want to install, run one or more of the following setup scripts.
To install with a wizard:
a. Ensure that the IBM Java Runtime is available in the command execution path (or prefix the command with the JRE directory).
b. Run the following command:
java -jar language_package.jar
where language_package.jar is the name of the language package to install:
carslp.jar
Installs language packages for Common Auditing and Reporting Service.
pdjrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for IBM Security Access Manager Runtime for Java.
pdrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Runtime.
pdweb_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager WebSEAL.
pdwbpi_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Plug-in for Web Servers.
pdwebrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Web Security Runtime.
smslp.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Session Management Server and Security Access Manager Session Management Command Line.
c. Click Next to begin installation. The Software License Agreement window is displayed.
d. To accept the license agreement, select the I accept check box to accept the terms.
e. Click Next. A dialog shows a list of the languages.
f. Select the language packages that you want to install.
g. Click Next. A dialog shows the location and features of the languages that you selected.
h. To accept the languages selected, click Next. The installation wizard validates that sufficient disk space is available.
i. To install the languages that you selected, click Next.
j. After installation for the Security Access Manager language pack completes successfully, click Finish to close the wizard.

To install in console mode:

a. Ensure that the IBM Java Runtime is available in the command execution path (or prefix the command with the JRE directory).
b. Run the following command:
java -jar language_package.jar -console
where language_package.jar is the name of the language package to install:
carslp.jar
Installs language packages for Common Auditing and Reporting Service.
pdjrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for IBM Security Access Manager Runtime for Java.
pdrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Runtime.
pdweb_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager WebSEAL.
pdwbpi_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Plug-in for Web Servers.
pdwebrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Web Security Runtime.
smslp.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Session Management Server and Security Access Manager Session Management Command Line.
c. Complete the prompts presented to install the language packages.

To install silently using a response file:
Note:
The silent installation method is not supported on Linux systems.
a. Create a response file.
On AIX or Solaris:
i. Open a text editor and create a file with a .rsp extension.
ii. In the file, specify the information specific to your installation. Use this sample as a guide:
################################################################################
# Auto-accept the license
# Note: By setting this to true you are accepting the terms and conditions
# of the license.
-G licenseAccepted=true
#
# Select languages to install by setting the feature to true.
# Set to false if you do not want to install a language.
#
-P arLangfeature.active=true
-P csLangfeature.active=true
-P deLangfeature.active=true
-P esLangfeature.active=true
-P frLangfeature.active=true
-P huLangfeature.active=true
-P itLangfeature.active=true
-P jaLangfeature.active=true
-P koLangfeature.active=true
-P plLangfeature.active=true
-P pt_BRLangfeature.active=true
-P ruLangfeature.active=true
-P zh_CNLangfeature.active=true
-P zh_TWLangfeature.active=true
Note: Ensure that the following line is included in the response file:
-G licenseAccepted=true
iii. Save the file.

On Windows:
i. On the installation media, locate the sample response file named \bin\isamLangPack.rsp.
ii. Edit the file with a text editor and use the instructions in the file to specify the information specific to your installation.
iii. Ensure that the following line is included in the response file:
-G licenseAccepted=true
iv. Save the file.
b. Ensure that the IBM Java Runtime is available in the command execution path (or prefix the command with the JRE directory).
c. Run the following command:
java -jar language_package.jar -silent -options response_file.rsp
where language_package.jar is the name of the language package to install:
carslp.jar
Installs language packages for Common Auditing and Reporting Service.
pdjrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for IBM Security Access Manager Runtime for Java.
pdrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Runtime.
pdweb_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager WebSEAL.
pdwbpi_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Plug-in for Web Servers.
pdwebrte_lp_setup.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Web Security Runtime.
smslp.jar
Installs language packages for Security Access Manager Session Management Server and Security Access Manager Session Management Command Line.
and where response_file.rsp is the path and file name of the response file you created in the first step.

Uninstalling Security Access Manager language support packages
Use the following procedure to uninstall Security Access Manager language support packages.

Note: Unconfigure all Security Access Manager components before uninstalling language packs.

Procedure
1. Change to the uninstall directory for the package you want to uninstall:

On AIX®, Linux, or Solaris systems:

Web Security Runtime
/AMWebRTELP/lp_uninst

Plug-in for Web Servers
/PDWpiLP/lp_uninst

Runtime
/opt/PolicyDirector/PDBLP/lp_uninst

Runtime for Java
/opt/PolicyDirector/PDJrtLP/lp_uninst

Session Management Server and Session Management Command Line
/opt/pdsms/SMSLP/lp_uninst

WebSEAL
/opt/pdweb/PDWebLP/lp_uninst

On Windows systems:
Web Security Runtime
c:\Program Files\Tivoli\PDWebRTE\AMWebRTELP\lp_uninst

Plug-in for Web Servers
c:\Program Files\Tivoli\PDWebPI\PDWpiLP/lp_uninst

Runtime
c:\Program Files\Tivoli\Policy Director/PDBLP/lp_uninst

Runtime for Java
c:\Program Files\Tivoli\Policy Director\PDJrtLP/lp_uninst

Session Management Server and Session Management Command Line
c:\Program Files\Tivoli\PDSMS\SMSLP\lp_uninst

WebSEAL
c:\Program Files\Tivoli\PDWeb/PDWebLP/lp_uninst

2. To uninstall the language support packages, enter one of the following commands:

On AIX, Linux, or Solaris systems:
jre_path/java -jar package

On Windows systems:

jre_path\java -jar package

where jre_path is the path where the Java file is located and package is one of the following choices:
Note: If the Java file is in the path, you do not have to specify the jre_path.

cars_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the location of the language packages for Common Auditing and Reporting Service.
os400_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the location of the language packages for the Security Access Manager components for the i5/OS platform.
pdrte_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the location of the language packages for Security Access Manager Runtime.
pdjrte_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the language package for IBM Security Access Manager Runtime for Java.
pdsms_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the language package for Security Access Manager Session Management Server and Security Access Manager Session Management Command Line.
pdwbpi_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the language package for Plug-in for Web Servers.
pdweb_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the language package for Security Access Manager WebSEAL.
pdwebrte_lp_uninstall.jar
Specifies the language package for Security Access Manager Web Security Runtime.

Note: If a message is displayed that states a properties file exists for a language and asks if you want to remove the file, answer Yes to All. Proceed with the uninstallation. If the uninstallation completion text lists any errors related to removing files, look in the installation directories to verify that the files have been removed. If the files still exist, delete them.


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More support for:

IBM Security Access Manager for Web
Base

Software version:

7.0

Operating system(s):

All Platforms

Reference #:

1616825

Modified date:

2012-11-16

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