You must configure the SpectroSERVERs that you are using to enable them to accept CORBA connections from the probe.
Configuring a SpectroSERVER to accept connections from the probe involves the following tasks:
1. Using the Spectrum Control Panel (SCP) or OneClick add the details of the probe host system to the SpectroSERVER's server list.
Note: If you add a plus sign (+) to the sever list, all hosts will be able to connect to the SpectroSERVER.
2. Create a Spectrum User Model for the user ID that runs the probe.
3. Add the user ID to the associated UserList.
The probe requires access to a number of Java utilities that are supplied with your CA Spectrum installation.
Copy the following files from $SPECROOT/lib to $OMNIHOME/probes/java/nco_p_ca_spectrum_corba:
Where $SPECROOT is the directory where CA Spectrum is installed and 9x is the version of CA Spectrum that you are running.
Note: You will have to create the nco_p_ca_spectrum_corba folder manually.
For probe installations on Linux operating systems, you must also copy the following files to $OMNIHOME/probes/java/nco_p_ca_spectrum_corba: