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In dyn/admin open the service configuration for UpdateAgent and Configuration components and check values for the rmiport, adminPort, siteHttpServerName.
Also take a look at this thread:
ACC Client not connecting
I cannot find a dyn/admin directory either in the ATG and all underlying directories or in all the Weblogic directories.
I get 404 page not found errors for all the following pages
I appears that I am missing some software because these directories: portal/admin, atg/bcc and dyn/admin do not exist anywhere on my PC running Windows 7.
Are there any weblogic extensions for ATG that I need to add? If so, where do I get them?
p.s. the thread you referred me to refers to web site atg.com for a solution. atg.com no longer exists.
I did not see the message Nucleus is running and I have no idea what an ear file is.
This may sound like a dumb question but as I am a total novice here's the question.
I have Weblogic 10 and ATG 10 installed. Both are installed in separate directories. Should everything that is in the ATG directory be inside the user domain directory in weblogic?
I also checked the install log for ATG and no errors were reported. It appears that all the dynamo software was installed but it just won't work on port 7001 - I get 404 page not found.
Okay, I see now!
Installing ATG means you have downloaded the required jars or resources to develop an application.
Now you have to create/develop an ATG application or use existing Commerce Reference Store(CRS) application/MotorPriseJSP application then deploy that ear file in ATG and access thru browser.
Refer ATG docs on how to set up CRS/Motorprise application.