As of WebFOCUS 8, the ESRI Configuration Utility is available as a new utility that provides a graphical interface to configure and edit XML definition files.
The ESRI Configuration Utility is available from the WebFOCUS Business Intelligence (BI) Portal. To open the ESRI Configuration Utility:
Is the name of the server on which WebFOCUS is installed.
Is the number of the port on which the server is listening.
The WebFOCUS BI Portal page opens, as shown in the following image.
The Sign In to WebFOCUS dialog opens, as shown in the following image.
You can also use a self-service login account to access the ESRI Configuration Utility. For more information, see How to Configure a Self-Service Login Account.
The ESRI Configuration Utility dialog opens.
This initial dialog allows you to create a new XML definition file or edit an existing version that is available.
The Browse Path dialog opens, as shown in the following image.
The ESRI Configuration Utility opens for a new XML definition file, as shown in the following image.
The Open dialog is displayed, as shown in the following image.
The ESRI Configuration Utility opens for the selected XML definition file, as shown in the following image.
The path to the XML definition file is displayed at the top of the window. For example:
The ESRI Configuration Utility can also be accessed from the WebFOCUS BI Portal using a self-service login account. To configure a self-service login account:
The Security Center dialog box opens.
The New Role dialog box opens.
The ESRI Configuration Utility role now appears in the Roles list.
The New Group dialog box opens.
The new group appears in the list Groups list.
The Security Rules dialog box opens.
For more specific information on how to use the Security Center to create a new user, see the WebFOCUS Security and Administration manual.
Notice that ESRI Configuration Utility is available as a menu option that can be selected, as shown in the following image.