Profiles Notes

The WAS installation process simply lays down a set of core product files required for the run time process. After installation, you need to create one or more profiles that define the run time to have functional system.

With Base and Express, you can only have stand-alone application servers. Each application server is defined within a single cell and node. The administration console is hosted within the application server and can only connect to that application server. No central management of multiple application servers is possible. An application server profile defines this environment. You can also create stand-alone application servers with the Network Deployment package, though you would most likely do so with the intentof federating that server into a cell for central management.

With the Network Deployment package, you have the option of defining multiple application servers with central management capabilities. The administration domain is the cell, consisting of one or more nodes. Each node contains one or more application servers and a node agent that provides an administration point management by the deployment manager. The deployment manager can be located on the same machine as one or more of the application servers

The basis for this run time environment starts with the deployment manager that provides the administration interface for the cell. As you would expect, thedeployment manager is defined by a deployment manager profile.

If there are any errors at the time of creating profile you can check the logs at


You can find the detailed logs for each of the action executed during profile creation in <was_home>/logs/managedprofiles/<profile_home> folder

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