FAQ
Julian,



Look to the ‘Description’ next to ‘Enable Oozie Server web console’ in CM 4:



If true, enables the Oozie Server web console. ExtJS 2.2 must be installed
in /usr/lib/oozie/libext on the same host as the Oozie Server. (For CDH3,
put ext-2.2.zip in that directory. For CDH4, the zip archive must be
extracted.)



You need to extract the zip in that directory.



Hope this helps,



*Brian Burton*

*Customer Operations Engineer, Cloudera*



*From:* Julian Wissmann
*Sent:* Tuesday, September 11, 2012 6:37 AM
*To:* scm-users@cloudera.org
*Subject:* CM4 Free - Oozie Web Console setup



Hi,



I've just installed Oozie via CM4 and want to setup the web console.

I've put ext-2.2.zip in /usr/lib/oozie/libext as described in all the doc.

At first I tried following the procedure described in the oozie quick-start
guide using oozie-setup.sh.

There is no such file in my oozie install, though, in fact, find does not
find it anywhere on the machine.

Then I found out about setting the Web Console "true" from cm
configuration. This however does not work, either.



Oozie Version: 3.1.3+155 from CDH4

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