Date Created: Wed 28-Jan-2009

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You can use one of the following ways to start the tool.

At the end of installation, select the check box to launch the Profile Management Tool.
Issue the command directly from a command prompt.

The command is in the following directory: <was_root>/bin/ProfileManagement/pmt.sh or <was_root>\bin\ProfileManagement\pmt.bat for windows

Once loaded follow the steps as required.

the example below is an example for creating a Deployment Manager profile, you can use a similar process for application server profile creation.

































Here is where in an enterprise install you would be able to change the ports ie at my work we used 60000 for non functional test and 61000 for production












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