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TREX 6 Installation

Hi,

I installed TREX 6.0 SP1 on a WindowsXP machine apart from the portal server and I wonder how to start the needed HTTP-server on port 8353? The TREX-service started correctly and a trexdaemon, indexserver, queue and a preprocessor are running, but the portal can't get a connection.

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Martin

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2004 at 02:59 PM

    Hi Martin,

    from wrong configuration in the portal to network settings (e.g.: do the portal server and TREX communicate through proxy or not (should be excluded from proxy)? Is there additional security software involved, etc.) there can be quite a few reasons. Hint: If you cannot ping from EP to TREX it is network settings rather than portal or TREX configuration.

    => If you do not find out, please log a support message to SAP and let somebody look at the system.

    Regards, Karsten

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      Hi Karsten,

      i can pass a ping on the server. There is no proxy or firewall between the portal and the trex-server. After the error-free installation of trex there is no http-server on port 8353 running. I want to create a new index on the portal and I have to configure a Default-HTTP-Server. Which process starts the http-server? The port 8353 on the Trex-machine is just not in use.

      Thanks

      Martin

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2004 at 08:27 AM

    Hi,

    Did you follow the installation guide for TREX Installation?

    Did the perform the post installation tasks as described in the installation guide?

    I am sure your problems would be solved once you follow the instructions in the installation guide. Make sure you perform all the post installation tasks listed in the Installation Guide.

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