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After installation, the WebFOCUS Client and ReportCaster directory structures are created. The default location for WebFOCUS products is $HOME/ibi.
The following directory is installed in the ibi directory by default:
Contains applications and data files. By default, this is the APPROOT directory where WebFOCUS looks for application files.
The default location for other directories is in the WebFOCUS81 directory. For example:
The WebFOCUS81 directory contains the following subdirectories:
Contains configuration files.
Default location for Change Management import and export packages.
Contains additional configuration files and files for optional security configurations.
Contains Java tools, templates, and other files used by WebFOCUS.
Contains files used by the installation program.
Contains Java bundled with WebFOCUS.
Contains space for log files.
Contains Magnify product files.
Legacy folder that contains local map tiles, which were used when rendering maps using OpenStreetMap® data.
Location for migration packages created from an earlier release.
Contains the ReportCaster Distribution Server directories and files.
Contains sample WebFOCUS API applications.
Contains space used during internal processing.
Contains files used by the uninstall program.
Contains tools for configuration, migration, and other tasks.
Contains the WebFOCUS and ReportCaster web applications.
Contains the Business Intelligence Dashboard.
The default directory for the Distribution Server is:
The directory contains the following subdirectories:
Contains application and other executable files.
Contains configuration and NLS resource files.
Contains ReportCaster libraries.
Contains configuration and error messages.
Contains sample API files.
Contains space for internal processing.
Contains the trace files.
Note: ReportCaster web components are installed with WebFOCUS Client.
Since WebFOCUS Client runs as part of your web and application servers, the user IDs that run web and application server processes require access to WebFOCUS Client directories. For Windows 2008, default NTFS permissions are usually sufficient. However, the necessary steps depend on your web and application server.
You can optionally enhance security by changing the user ID under which Tomcat runs to an ID with less authority on the machine, and then setting NTFS permissions for this user ID. For more information, see Additional WebFOCUS Configuration Options.
For additional information about permissions and security, see the WebFOCUS Security and Administration manual.