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Problem log into the local host

We have recently upgraded a test box from 47 EXT set 1, to 47 Ext set

2.0, we have added the parameter :

rdisp/j2ee_start =1 to our profile and icman is running on port 8080

we can check that in transaction SMICM but when we go to transaction

sicf to try to enable all the nodes and try to

do http://localhost:50000 on server we get error out saying that host is

not avilable. Is there a parameter I am missing?

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2004 at 06:58 PM

    I have take a look at my port number in transaction SMICM and is using port number 8080.I have a question on the parameters icm/plugin_<X> and icm/server_port_<X>

    do I have to replace the value <X> to 8080 since in SMICM it shows both HTTP and SMTP is using that port. I would also like to thank you for the answer in advance.

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    • no, the <X> indicates the number of the configured plugin: 0, 1, 2...

      where do you find port number 8080? in SMICM / go to / Services?

      smtp and http shouldn't use the same port. you have to configure your http for example like this:

      icm/server_port_0 = PROT=HTTP,PORT=8080

      icm/plugin_0 = PROT=HTTP,PLG=/usr/sap/RI1/SYS/exe/run/httpplugin.o

      after changing the profile parameters, you have to restart your sap.

      kr, achim

  • Posted on Oct 11, 2004 at 06:45 PM

    port 50000 is the http-port of a j2ee-(standalone)installation.

    to access the services activated in SICF, you have to use the http-port of your abap-stack. you can see the port in yout profile parameters in SMICM.

    additionally you have to activate the http-plugin via profile parameters:

    icm/plugin_<X> and icm/server_port_<X>

    kr, achim

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2004 at 07:15 PM

    I go to transaction SMICM-> goto-> services and I see two entries one for SMTP and one for HTTP there I can not see what port is using can you tell me how I can see what port it is using, I saw 8080 on this screen if i go again to goto -> services, and do define then it shows 8080, so I am not sure how I can check what port is http is using? thanks again.

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    • ok, i suppose, you haven't configured the plugins, yet.

      otherwise you should see something like this:

      No. Protocol           Service Name/Port    Host Name             Timeout Activ  Ext.Bind   
      
       1  HTTP         <b>8080</b>                <host>      60  X      
       2  SMTP            0                    <host>      60  X      
      

      got to SMICM / Goto / Parameters / Change and edit the parameters as described above, then restart sap.

      kr, achim

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2004 at 07:20 PM

    here is details of my SMICM:

    No.ProtocolService/ Name/Port/HostName/Service

    1 HTTP 0 localhost. 60 X

    2 SMTP 0 localhost. 60 X

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2004 at 07:24 PM

    Am I seting up the service port for HTTP in SMICM to port 1080 or 8080?

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2004 at 07:49 PM

    It worked just fine thanks for your help.

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    • Former Member Achim Hauck

      Hello,

      I have configured my ICM for my BSP application. I noticed the parameter ICM\PLUGIN_0 is pointing to a file httpplugin.o. but when i checked my run dir the file is missing. Where can i download this file.

      Detail step/path is appreciated.

      Appreciate quick response,

      regards,

      sasikanth

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