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PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2004 8:17 am 
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Application Foundation FAQ

icon_arrow.gif How do you get into the Application Foundation Setup (the Administrator Panel)

icon_arrow.gif How do you get Application Foundation to show up within supervisor (for a supervisor not installed on the AF server)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2004 8:30 am 
Post subject: Re: FAQ: Application Foundation

icon_question.gif How do you get into the Application Foundation Setup (the Administrator Panel)

icon_idea.gif Login to application Foundation as a GENERAL SUPERVISOR acct
Then Click the hammer in the upper right hand toolbar (Setup)
alternately, it's located at http://your.server.com:8080/apps/jsp/appsHome.jsp?iSubMenus=0&ctxt=aa-setup&menu=menu-setup

icon_idea.gif Also, as per this post:
cduey wrote:
In supervisor, in the AF application, see if you have Services Bar->No Access to System Setup Enabled/Disabled.
Disable this. (It gets confusing since this is labeled as a negative.)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2004 8:32 am 
Post subject: Re: FAQ: Application Foundation

icon_question.gif How do you get Application Foundation to show up within supervisor (for a supervisor not installed on the AF server)

icon_idea.gif For AF302:

1) Create a Share on your AF Server called Supervisor to
<drive>:\Program Files\Business Objects\Application Foundation\Tools

2) install AF302 on the local desktop, just the TOOLS piece, in C:\Program Files\Business Objects\AF

3) Open Regedit, and go to key
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Business Objects\BusinessObjects\5.0\BusObj Configuration\BusinessSupervisor]

4) Double click on the CISECDLL key, and enter the following value (depending on which server you want to use Supervisor to administer):

For Test Repository: "\\ntsmxxx11111a\Supervisor\supervsrdll.dll"
For Prod Repository: "\\ntsmxxx22222a\Supervisor\supervsrdll.dll"

5) You should now be able to delete the local supervsrdll.dll
in the Tools directory of the AF directory you installed to above

Now When you run Supervisor, you should see the shared list of commands for Application Foundation

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