Orax SDI Cloud Reference

  1. Introduction
  2. Self-Management tools
  3. Communication and Content management
  4. Sales and Customer Relationship Management
  5. Services & Service level management
  6. Billing and customer statements
  7. Inventory & Asset management
  8. Production management
  9. Human Resources and Payroll
  10. Procurement and Supply chain
  11. Ledgers & Accounting
  12. Reporting and Analytics
  13. Administration & configuration
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The Java Agent

A Java version of the Orax SDI Monitor Agent is available. This agent is simple to install, configure and run. The agent can be compiled for many supported environments. A Windows, Apple Mac and Linux agent is available in a compiled class.


Download the oraxAgent.class binary for your platform (or compile one from source) and place it in a dedicated directory.

Execute it from the command prompt like this: java oraxAgent

The first time you execute it, you will be prompted to configure the agent. Enter the required SystemID and URL for the Agent. Verify that the agent is running and working fine.

Now, make sure that the Agent is started at boot-up time. On Windows it is probably the simplest to put a batch file in the Startup directory. On Linux call it from rc.local. You may also add the Java Agent to a scheduler ( refer SDI Monitor Agents ).

Your script should look like this on Linux/Unix:

cd /Agent-Directory; java oraxAgent > oraxAgent.log

and like this on Windows:

cd C:\Agent-Directory
java oraxAgent > oraxAgent.log

Once the agent is running, you may configure it from the Portal just like any other agent.


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