Port ConfusionFebruary 21 2013 at 2:18 PM
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I have been working with a new installation of 18.104.22.168 and I am getting confused about what is the proper port to use when launching say the Workspace client, or EAS client, or Shared Services client. I am not using SSL and I believe I left all the ports to their default value upon configuration. Web Logic is my app server and OHS is the http server. There is no load balancer. And this is not a compact deployment.
It seems I can launch the products on the ports given on the "Deploy to Application Server" portion of the configuration and also the port shown in the "logical web address" section of the configuration.
For example, for EAS, this appears to work: http://myServer:10080/easconsole/console.html
As does this: http://myServer:19000/easconsole/console.html
Curiously, if I launch Workspace on port 28080 (the port it says it was deployed to), Calc Manager cannot be launched. But launching Workspace on 19000, Calc Manager seems to work fine.
Another thing I will throw out there is: what is "HTTP Context" versus "Web Application context"? The diagnostic report seems to be launching the clients on port 19000 for the HTTP context check and using the other ports (like 10080) for Web Application context check.
Thanks for any insight!
Re: Port ConfusionNo score for this post
|February 21 2013, 4:02 PM |
Ports are described in Oracle® Enterprise Performance Management System, Installation Start Here (Release 22.214.171.124 Updated: December 2012), Chapter 6. You can access/download the documentation from TechNet or eDelivery.
|John A. Booth|
Use 19000No score for this post
|February 21 2013, 5:09 PM |
19000 is the Oracle HTTP Server (Apache). Although some things work when hitting the Java managed servers, there are some things that do not work as they require other services to function.
Accessing everything through 19000 will give you the best experience and the supported experience.
John A. Booth
Thanks John! (eom)No score for this post
|February 21 2013, 6:20 PM |