Starting the Server
You must start Application Server so you can use most of the application’s components.
You can ensure command lines referred to in the following steps have set your command shell environment correctly with the oware command (in Windows) or . /etc/.dsienv (Solaris) commands. Note that the Solaris command line includes a period, space, then /etc/.dsienv. Although these commands are optional, they are recommended.
To start application server, from the command line enter oware, or (. /etc/.dsienv in Unix) then startappserver. Once an Application Server starts, the name of the log file appears in its shell. To see its progress, use this command:
tail -f <logname>