I am unable to access Applications Manager web client through Internet Explorer browser. The error message says "your host name has non-standard characters".
Solution: Check if your host name contains any non-standard characters such as ”_”, “,”, “.”, ”@”. If any of these characters are present in your host name, Internet Explorer will block any attempts to set cookies on such domains.
Refer this link to know more about DNS naming conventions.
To access the Applications Manager web client, follow any of the steps given below:
- Access the web client through Firefox browser. Firefox supports host names with non-standard characters.
- Get a DNS alias to access the web client.
- Access the Applications Manager web client by replacing the host name with the IP address of the host.
- Rename the server where Applications Manager is installed.
Authentication Methods in Applications Manager
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When I try to access Applications Manager;s web client, I am getting the error "The Page cannot be displayed". I am not able to access any page in Applications Manager.
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While trying to monitor JBoss, I get the error 'Unable to collect Data for <host name>' while the JVM and EJB details are missing.
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Maintenance of Applications Manager
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After running 'startApplicationsManager.sh', an error message "Failed to establish connection with web server. Gracefully shutting down Applications Manager" is shown.
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