Docuware server change
Last Post 20 Feb 2013 05:26 PM by Scott Klement. 3 Replies.
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Al Slezak
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08 Feb 2013 01:58 PM

We are changing our docuware server to a windows based and I am trying to find out how the old server is connected.  I know what software it uses to transfer document via java to the docuware server but I cannot find where the device is configured on the system.  They tell me the IP address is 172.23.2.77 but I have been looking through the TCP/IP commands and I cannot find that address on the iSeries.  I guess I have not done this for a while so I do not know how to change this or what to look for when changing a server.  Can someone give me some tips on this?

 

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Rocky Marquiss
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14 Feb 2013 02:02 PM
It depends on your network - if the connection to your system is via a router that is using NAT (Network Address Translation) for example it may well be remapped to a different IP address than what the client uses - or like in our case we use reverse proxy which essentially accomplishes the same thing - where a request of a server is made and it passes on the request to our system in the back end - the client is using the IP address of the initial server totally unaware that the data is really coming from an entirely different box.
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19 Feb 2013 11:03 AM

It seems that all the information is in the compiled java code and in the code it uses a properties files that has the IP Address on it.  So we have to recompile the code with a new value in the properties ID and then is should point to the new server.  I guess you can do this with Java and not have to set up some location on the iseries what the TCP/IP address is.  If I am wrong with this someone else can set me straight.

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20 Feb 2013 05:26 PM
You can do this in any language without having to set up any special device associated with the IP address.  That's how almost all TCP/IP stuff works.
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