I am currently encountering an issue when Integration Server sends an HTTP request to a tomcat server installed locally. I am using http://localhost:8080… I’ve tried endless fiddling with the firewall configuration to no avail unfortunately. Surprisingly my navigator handles the same url fine. I can’t see what I am doing wrong.
I just wanted to add the error message I am having is “connexion refused”
Please make sure you are using proper port, also try to telnet to that port. And make sure your tomcat server is up and accessible on that specific port number.
Tomcat is up and available since the navigator handles the http url nicely.
I guess my next move would be to completely disable the firewall that must get in the way somehow.
I am using port 9080 by the way.
Actually I mentionned 9080 in the last post and 8080 in the firt one but truth is none of those works. I’ve tried to configure tomcat on both. In both cases the navigator displays the page but pub.client:http gives me “Connexion refused” with 9080 and 404 error code with 8080.
Actually I just realized the IntegrationServer is not installed locally …
Which means the error I am getting makes sense.
As to How to make the integration server able to communicate with localhost I still don’t know
I guess I 'll have to edit /etc/hosts among other things
Any ideas ?
So your Integration server is installed in some other host (say X) and you have Tomcat installed in your local machine (Y). You are trying to call Tomcat URL from Integration server. Provide your machine host name when you send request from Integration server. If IS detects something as localhost, it will try to check in the same machine (X) if the specific port is listening or not. Modifying your etc/host file will not help.