How to setup WSO2 Stratos 1.6.0 Local Instance:
Go through README file located in <<STRATOS_HOME>>/README
initialize.sh will setup mysql database, user accounds and grants. if everything is goes well then you will see “Creating user accounts and grants .. [DONE]” message on your console. You can also verify that all the user accounts exists or not.
Here is list of newly created users (rss_db, hive_user, shopping_cart_db, billing, bps, registry and userstore) :
Now you are ready to execute startup script. Execute stratos.sh start <<list of services>> for instance: ./stratos.sh start ‘manager as_mgt’ this will start two servers stratos manager and application server. You can look into log file for status of execution.
for above command you will have to browse
if everything is ok then you will see WSO2 Carbon started in xx sec
How to access management dashboard:
Stratos manager: https://stratos-local.wso2.com:9444/home/index.html
if you are lucky then you will reach at
SAML 2.0 based Single Sign-On
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It mean ELB server is not started. You have to start ELB server along with manager. Both manager and ELB server is mandatory. ELB server will run separately. This is not part of Stratos script. ELB server is located in <STRATOS_HOME>/wso2elb-2.0.2
WSO2 team will update README for the same.
Start ELB Server
Warning: Enabling root is not recommended. If possible, you should always try to perform all administrative tasks using sudo.
#01: unable to login
$ su -
su: Authentication failure
Enable super user account password on Ubuntu
$ sudo passwd root
Enter new UNIX password:
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: password updated successfully
ubuntu block some services by default so we have to enable that manually wireless network is one of them. You can resolve that by executing following commands.
sudo service network-manager stop
sudo rmmod acer_wmi
sudo modprob acer_wmi
sudo rfkill unblock all
sudo service network-manager start
sudo rmmod -f acer_wmi
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Bookmarklets are saved and used as normal bookmarks. As such, they are simple “one-click” tools which add functionality to the browser. For example, they can:
- Modify the appearance of a web page within the browser (e.g., change font size, background color, etc.).
- Extract data from a web page (e.g., hyperlinks, images, text, etc.).
- Remove redirects from (e.g. Google) search results, to show the actual target url.
- Submit the current page to a blogging service such as Posterous, link-shortening service such as su.pr, or bookmarking service such as Delicious.
- Query a search engine, with search term(s) provided by previously selected text, or by a dialog box.
- Submit the current page to a link validation service, or translation service.
- Set commonly chosen configuration options when the page itself provides no way to do this.
“Installation of a bookmarklet” is performed by creating a new bookmark, and pasting the code into the URL destination field. Alternatively, if the bookmarklet is presented as a link, under some browsers it can be dragged and dropped onto the bookmark bar. The bookmarklet can then be run by loading the bookmark normally.