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Federated Portal Network FPN: exception Remote Delta Links rdl

Consumer Portal version: 7.01 SP2

Producer Portal version: 7.00 SP15

I always receive an exception when i try to preview a remote delta link.

I think I've setted up correctly the trust relationship between my portals. Because when I log on to my consumer portal and I open the producer portal in the same browser I don't need to give my user credentials. This is a simple test to see if the the trust relationship is working...

In the portal content studio I'm able to see my portal producers and their content. There is also no problem to copy for eg. an url iView from my producer to the portel content of my consumer portal as local content. when I try to preview my iView I receive a runtime error!

Anyone who'd like to share some ideas? Known issues?


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    Posted on Dec 08, 2009 at 12:24 PM

    Dear Gert,

    You need to find the exception in the portal log to see which is the problem.


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      I have resolved my question by myself.

      I've checked the connection settings to the producer portal and there were some mistakes I've made.

      The hostname of the producer portal wasn't the FQDN. When I correct that I received a new exception.

      --> Could not retrieve the bean / access service to connect with consumer 'Consumer_xxx'

      I searched on SDN and for me it seemed a typically P4 port connection error. In the property of the P4 port I had filled in the default port and not the P4 port (50004).

      My Problem is solved!


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