This procedure is defined in the CA eHealth and CA SPECTRUM Integration and User Guide - #5177 page 31.
This procedure can be implemented to eliminate the lag time caused by excessive DNS
lookups. This will stop them from happening in the first place.
To begin you will need to stop Spectrum Tomcat.
The first step in this procedure is to copy a file called mapping-overrides.xml from:
Once mapping-overrides.xml is there you will need to edit the file and create a
mapping override for the eHealth server.
To do this you will need to uncomment the <landscape-override> block of the file, located
near the bottom, and insert the eHealth server information like this:
Once this is done, save the file.
Then navigate to
Administration->eHealth Configuration on the SPECTRUM OneClick start page.
At the very bottom of the page, you will need to click the button labeled
Update Landscape Overrides. This will read the overrides that you just set.
Now, any OneClick Console sessions will have to be closed and reopened.
Right-click menus should no longer use DNS lookups to get the Fully Qualified Domain Name from the eHealth server once this is in place..
Right click menus come up slow
How to override DNS lookups for SPECTRUM/eHealth integration for the EEM server
After getting authenticated for Single Sign On SPECTRUM OneClick locks up
Single Sign On
CA SPECTRUM /eHealth Integration
(Legacy KB ID CNC TS31344 )