Starting and stopping Jazz Team Server on IBM i systems

The Jazz™ Team Server and other IBM® Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) components on IBM i are enterprise applications that run in a WebSphere® Application Server for IBM i instance. This topic describes how to start and stop the Jazz Team Server and all the applications it is running.
There are several components that you can have installed and running:
  • Jazz Team Server - jts.war
  • Change and Configuration Management - ccm.war
  • Quality Management - qm.war
  • Requirements Management - rm.war
  • Product documentation - clmhelp.war
  • Lifecycle Project Administration - jts.war
  • Global Configuration Management- gc.war
  • Jazz Reporting Service - rs.war
  • Data Collection Component - dcc.war
  • Lifecycle Query Engine- lqe.war
  • Rational® Engineering Lifecycle Manager - relm.war
  • Link Index Provider - ldx.war

To start or stop the ELM applications, you have several options:

If you are using the WebSphere Application Server instance to host more than one ELM application (ccm.war, qm.war, or rm.war, depending on your installation) you can start or stop only the war file for that application so that the other applications hosted on the same server instance are not affected.

Starting the Jazz Team Server or an ELM application on IBM i

You have several options for starting the Jazz Team Server or an ELM application on IBM i:

  • Option: Start the WebSphere Application Server instance that is hosting the applications using the CL command:
    1. Log on to IBM i where the WebSphere Application Server instance exists
    2. Enter the CL command: QJTS603/STRJAZZSVR
    3. Press F4 to see the required parameters and default values
  • Option: Start the applications in a running WebSphere Application Server instance:
    1. In your browser, go to https://yourServerHostName:yourWASAdminPortNumber/ibm/console, and log in. You must have administrative authority for the WebSphere Application Server instance. You can use the user ID and password that was used to secure the WebSphere Application Server instance during installation of the Jazz Team Server.
    2. Expand Applications, and click Enterprise Applications.
    3. Select the jts.war, ccm.war, qm.war, rm.war, clmhelp.war, gc.war, rs.war, dcc.war, lqe.war, relm.war, and ldx.war applications and click Start.
  • Option: Start the WebSphere Application Server instance that is hosting the applications:
    1. Log on to IBM i where the WebSphere Application Server instance exists, and enter the QSH command.
    2. Go to the directory containing the WebSphere Application Server commands and executable files for your instance. For example:
      cd /QIBM/UserData/WebSphere/AppServer/V85/Base/profiles/yourWASinstance/bin
    3. Start the server using the ./startServer command.

Stopping the Jazz Team Server or an ELM application on IBM i

You have several options for stopping the Jazz Team Server or an ELM application on IBM i:

  • Option: Stop the WebSphere Application Server instance that is hosting the applications using the CL command:
    1. Log on to IBM i where the WebSphere Application Server instance exists
    2. Enter the CL command: QJTS603/STPJAZZSVR
    3. Press F4 to see the required parameters and default values
  • Option: Stop the applications in a running WebSphere Application Server instance:
    1. In your browser, go to https://yourServerHostName:yourWASAdminPortNumber/ibm/console, and log in. You must have administrative authority for the WebSphere Application Server instance. You can use the user ID and password that was used to secure the WebSphere Application Server instance during installation of the Jazz Team Server.
    2. Expand Applications, and click Enterprise Applications.
    3. Select the jts.war, ccm.war, qm.war, rm.war, clmhelp.war, gc.war, rs.war, dcc.war, lqe.war, relm.war, and ldx.war applications and click Stop.
  • Option: Stop the WebSphere Application Server instance that is hosting the applications:
    1. Log on to IBM i where the WebSphere Application Server instance exists, and enter the QSH command.
    2. Go to the directory containing the WebSphere Application Server commands and executable files for your instance. For example:
      cd /QIBM/UserData/WebSphere/AppServer/V85/Base/profiles/yourWASinstance/bin
    3. Stop the server using the ./stopServer command. When you are prompted for your administrative user ID and password, enter the ID and password that were used to secure the WebSphere Application Server instance during installation of the Jazz Team Server.

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