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JSPM port in use error even after chaning parameters

Hi All,

We have CE 7.1 on HP-UX and when we are trying to launch JSPM, it says port in use. we have changed the port to a free one in jspm_config.txt and

JSPM.xml but it does not use the changed parameter and still uses the other. Do we have this hardcoded anywhere else?

Regards,

Venkat

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2011 at 05:34 PM

    Hello Venkat,

    Better to reboot the server to free up all the processes.

    I hope it will fix the issue.

    Regards

    Vivek

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2011 at 05:56 PM

    Hello Venkat,

    Note 1097928 check this note it will tell you where all the port numbers to be changed and what are free ports and then restart the server.

    Hope this helps you..

    Thanks,

    George

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      Hi All,

      You only need to open ports if you are not using VNC to logon to the server and running JSPM, otherwise if JSPM has to be run from your PC directly then you need to logon to JAVA server and initialize the JSPM service and then startgui has to be copied over to your PC and then run that and specify server name and port 6240, that way you will be able to run JSPM from your PC.

      Hope this helps you a bit,

      Thanks,

      Macherla

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