Perform the following steps to regenerate an EEM certificate:
1. Run the following queries on your AutoSys database:
delete ujo_keymaster where hostid='SECURITY';
update aedbadmin.ujo_alamode set int_val=0 where type = 'JOB';
update aedbadmin.ujo_alamode set int_val=0 where type = 'EVT';
delete from aedbadmin.ujo_alamode where type = 'SEC';
2. Then restart the application server. Make sure you can get into
3. Set your Edit/Exec Superusers.
4. Confirm the WorkloadAutomationAE application for this $AUTOSERV
is already registered in EEM. If it is not then do the following:
5. Enter the following command:
as_safetool -b EEM_server_host_name -s
A list of CA Workload Automation AE instances that are already registered
with the CA EEM server appear.
6. Enter the following command for the instance that should be added to
as_safetool -b EEM_server_host_name -i $AUTOSERV
7. Then confirm it is registered in EEM. Remove the $AUTOUSER/*.p12 file.
8. Use autosys_secure to put Autosys into EEM mode and allow it to generate
the p12 file.
DISCLAIMER: The procedure documented herein bypasses the WAAE external security (Embedded Entitlements Manager a.k.a EEM) and hence all security authorization policies setup in EEM for the WAAE instance in question will NOT be available until external security is reactivated. Ensure the WAAE Application server(s) and Scheduler(s) are stopped before carrying out this procedure so that no unauthorized actions (autorep, sendevent, etc) are processed whilst the WAAE instance security is being reset.