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JDBC adapter configuration

Hi,

I'm trying to configure the outbound jdbc adapter.

I looked at the document in help.sap.com in the section

"configuring the Outbound JDBC adapter".In that he mention:

"Specifications for addressing by the Integration Engine

1.XMB.httpPort= describes the service part of the address where the Integration Engine must send its messages.

These specifications are mandatory."

I wanted to know how to find the entry for "XMB. httpPort" and "XMB.httpService"

in my system.

Thanks for the help

srinivas

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2003 at 12:52 PM

    Hi Srinivas,

    U r defining a receiving port and the service for ur JDBC adapter. U cannot find it in ur system. U have to define it.

    The default port for the adpater engine is 8200. U can choose any other open port other than this.

    In Outbound JDBC Adapter Config file:

    1. XMB.httpPort : 8213 (for example)

    2. XMB.httpService: /db/receiver

    Prasad

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2003 at 07:46 PM

    Hi Prasad,

    As you said I declared the port and the service in the configuration file.

    If I type in the IE browser

    http://hostname:8213/db/Receiver

    hostname: Is the name of the host where XI adapters are installed.

    I'm getting the error, page cannot be displayed error 501/505-not implemented or not supported.

    Also I'm unable to find the db/Receiver(folder or file) in the system where I have installed XI.

    Thanks for your help.

    -srinivas

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