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Forum Index » Avaya Orchestration Designer » Migration of AOD 6.0 to AOD 7.2.3   XML
 
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Preeti



Joined: 06/08/2021 07:55:55
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As a part of migration of AOD 6.0 to AOD 7.2.3, We are trying to configure the WebLM version 7.1 License using the tomcat version 9.0 but after entering the license URL, we are not able to verify and update it. When we click on the verify option, it automatically take WebLM/WebLM in the link. We are using the same WebLM URL in our older server and it is working fine.
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WilsonYu



Joined: 06/11/2013 14:29:24
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There is a release note regarding a problem like this. See if this help you solve the problem:

• WebLM 8 client - The new WebLM client, which solves the https connection problem with JBoss/Wildfly, requires a manual step to make it work. Particularly it requires the trustedcert.properties file in a specific sub directory inside the app server deployment directory. The directory is different for different app server type. For Tomcat, you have to copy the trustedcert.properties from the lib directory into the webapps/WebLM/admin directory. Otherwise, you would see an exception such as the following in the console log when configuring the https license url in runtimeconfig or running the app for the first time. For other app server, take note of the similar FileNotFoundException in the console log and move the trustedcert.properties to the sub directory indicated in the exception.
java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\OD723\deployment\apache-tomcat-9.0.8\webapps\WebLM\admin\trustedcert.properties
Preeti



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Thanks WilsonYu for reply.

Can you confirm, this is same for WebLM 7.1 also.

Do we need to replace below files from AOD Tomcat.
trusted_weblm_certs.jks
trustedcert.properties
WilsonYu



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It doesn't matter what version of the WebLM server it is. All you need to do is copy trustedcert.properties into

Tomacat_home\webapps\WebLM\admin\trustedcert.properties
 
 
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