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    juerg Guest

    Default Admin RMI

    How do i use the admin RMI interface. I read something about this java tool but how do i start it (mybee from remote?)

    juerg

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    Hi,

    the server-side RMI interface is started when you startup the open-xchange-admin daemon. You can configure the listening port at /opt/open-xchange/etc/admindaemon/RMI.properties

    Greetings

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    juerg Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    Hi,

    the server-side RMI interface is started when you startup the open-xchange-admin daemon. You can configure the listening port at /opt/open-xchange/etc/admindaemon/RMI.properties

    Greetings
    My admindeamon is running. The port is 1099. Should be this correct?

    http://192.168.10.104:1099

    If yes - it does not work. I get

    The following error was encountered:

    * Error parsing Response

    The system returned:

    unexpected end of data (in HttpStateResponseStart)
    tnx

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    Carsten Hoeger is offline Open-Xchange Professional Services
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    Quote Originally Posted by juerg View Post
    My admindeamon is running. The port is 1099. Should be this correct?

    http://192.168.10.104:1099

    If yes - it does not work. I get



    tnx
    http://java.sun.com/javase/technolog.../rmi/index.jsp
    http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/rmi/index.html

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    motin Guest

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    I have never used rmi personally, but I reckon it's possible to write an administrative interface to Open X-Change that communicates via rmi? Are there any plans to develop such a handy interface, or maybe there already is one for the 6.6 version?

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    Hi,

    yes of course, RMI is prefered for administrative tasks. Even the Command-Line-Tools are Clients that execute RMI calls.

    Greetings

  7. #7
    motin Guest

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    Aha, that's interesting to know. Since I am interested in an admin gui for the 6.6 series, I'll be seeking my answer in this thread instead. Big thanks, Martin!

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