Enterprise Manager — Getting Started

To view this topic for the preceding Enterprise Manager, see Using The Enterprise Manager Java App.

The Enterprise Manager allows for simultaneous open connections to any number of machines.

Log in

To connect to a machine running BBjServices, log in using the Enterprise Manager Login dialog in one of two methods - through the browser or through Eclipse BASIS Enterprise Manager plug-in. Follow along for instructions to log in from a browser. To use the BASIS Eclipse plug-ins, visit https://www.basis.cloud/eclipseplug-ins.

Launch From a Browser

To access the Enterprise Manager from your browser, go to your <BASIS installation> program folder and click the Browser EM program icon

Alternatively, enter http://localhost:8888/bbjem/em into the address bar of any browser.

Double click “localhost” in the left navigation pane under the BBj EM Navigator tab.

Enter User Name and Password, and click [Login]:


The BBj EM Navigator pane and its options now appear for your selection. Click here for a description of each option.

Connect to a Remote System

A Connection login dialog window provides a quick and easy way to connect to servers that will be used more than once.

Click the green [+] at the top of the Navigator pane to open the Connection dialog window.

Complete the fields in the BBj Enterprise Manager Connection wizard

Specify a name for the connection

Specify the server host name and port number (usually 2002).

Click [OK].

Double click the new connection name or in this example, [My New Server].

Enter the username and password. The default administrator user is admin and default password is admin123.

Click [Login]. The connection information will be remembered each time you run the Browser Enterprise Manager.

Choose the connection from the list to connect using an existing connection definition.

T    To remove the connection definitions from the list, highlight the connection and select the red [X].


Enterprise Manager Navigator

The BBj EM Navigator pane lists the various configuration settings into related groups: BBjServices, Security, File System, Database/SQL, Web, and Permissions.

To view or edit the settings in a particular group, simply double-click on that group in the Navigator to open a new window that displays the options. Below is the Navigator pane next to a table listing all the settings and their intended use.

BBj Services


Set Trigger Configuration, Environment, Java Virtual Machine, Operating System, Table Analysis Queue Performance, BBjServices, Multi-tier Configuration, Thin Client Performance

Java Settings

Set Java Virtual Machine Settings


List of open processes


List of BBj Servers i.e. Administration, Bridge, File System, and Web.

Log Files

Access all Log files


Add, edit or create schedules of tasks.

Memory Usage

Access to memory graph



Manage LDAP/Active Directory Authentication Settings, BBj Authentication Settings and General Authentication Settings


Setup user accounts and add user permissions


Setup security groups

File System

Open Files

Displays a list of open files


Create, edit, and remove triggers on data files and tables.

Replication Jobs

Add, edit, create and manage Replication Jobs

Online Copy Jobs

Add, edit, create and manage Online Copy Jobs

Audit Logging Jobs

Add, edit, create and manage Audit Logging Jobs



Add, edit, create and manage Databases

JDBC/ODBC Connections

Add, edit, create and manage JDBC/ODBC Connections

Connection Pools

Add, edit, create and manage Connection Pools

Table Analysis Queue

Manage table analysis

User Administration

Allows the administrator to create and edit user accounts, change passwords, and assign individual permissions to user accounts.


Web Services Configuration

Add, edit, create and manage Web Services

    JNLP Configuration


Set Keystone, Keystone password, Private Key and Private Key Password


Add, edit, and manage JNLP Applications


Enable/Disable or edit the various JNLP Demos

    BUI Configuration


Configure global BUI settings


Add, edit, and manage BUI Applications


Add, edit, and manage BUI Resources


Enable/Disable BASIS provided BUI Demos