Once installation is successful, you can start the Applications Manager by following the instructions provided for different operating systems.
Once the server is initialized, a tray icon is placed in the Windows system tray . After the server is started completely the icon changes to and a message "Server Ready for Monitoring!" is displayed over the icon. Right-click on the Applications Manager tray icon to connect to the web client or stop Applications Manager.
In Windows, you can start Applications Manager as a service. With this feature you can start the Applications Manager server automatically when the Windows system starts.
By default, during product installation, you can choose to install it as a service (More on Installation). If you have not enabled it then, use the following option to setup Applications Manager as a service.
To uninstall this service, go to <Applications Manager Home>/bin directory and execute the uninstallservice.bat file.
Execute the startApplicationsManager.sh file in the <Applications Manager Home> directory. See this blog to get tips on starting Applications Manager when Linux boots.
Starting Applications Manager as a Linux service:
You can start Applications Manager as a Linux service. With this feature, you can start the Applications Manager server automatically when the system starts. Follow the steps mentioned below to install AppManager as a service on a Linux box:
Tested for Ubuntu 10.04 & above and AppManager Build No: 11 & above.
Try the above steps and revert the changes. If you face any problem, contact email@example.com for assistance.
Use shutdownApplicationsManager.sh script located in the <Applications Manager Home> directory to shutdown Applications Manager.
You can also use the Shut Down Applications Manager tool under Admin tab in Applications Manager.