DSCC – customizing and troubleshooting

Directory Service Control Center (DSCC) is the new graphical user interface to manage a complete directory service deployment. Below is a screen-shot of the main panel when starting DSCC.

DSCC Screenshot 

DSCC is relying on the Solaris WebConsole, which is available by default on Solaris but has been ported to the other supported platforms (HP-UX, Linux, Windows).

If you want to get a better understanding of the Web Console, want to change its default configuration or need to troubleshoot it, please refer to this document: http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-1985/6mhm8o5ke?a=view.

One thought on “DSCC – customizing and troubleshooting

  1. Mark Craig 05 March 2007 / 12:36

    In writing the DSEE 6.0 documentation, I sometimes ran into problems not with Sun Java Web Console, but simply with the Directory Service Control Center registration and setup.
    Often I could find registration problems with one run of the <code>dsccsetup status</code> command. (The <code>dsccsetup</code> command resides in <code>install-path/dscc6/bin</code>). As I was not working on a production machine, I also found the brute-force combination quite useful: first, <code>dsccsetup dismantle</code> (to take down everything); next <code>dsccsetup initialize</code> (to set everything up anew).

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