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NET PDK configuration in cluster

Hello, we are ready to configure the .NET pdk in our productive servers.

We have a SUN Cluster for the Portal's central instance, and 2 SUN servers as dialog instances. Each server (central and dialog) has 3 J2EE instances. The solution is load balanced with SUN's Resonate software.

Also we have 3 windows servers with the .NET Runtime Engine installed, and load balanced also with Resonate.

My questions are, based on the PDK documentation:

1. Which is the SAP J2EE Server ID? I put an image in the next link with 2 numbers marked, I don't know which to use:

http://www.rafaelc.com/portals/0/portalLandscape.JPG

2. Should we point each SUN server to one Windows server or we can point to the virtual server (load balanced)?

3. Should we restart all the instances on every change in these settings?

Actually our configuration is this (some times works):

.NET Runtime Engine Servers Configuration

66901=winsrv:8050;45933=winsrv:8060;97859=winsrv:8070

Portal Servers Configuration

66901=por1:8051;45933=por2:8061;97859=porcentral:8071

We appreciate any help

Best regards

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2005 at 12:49 PM

    Hi Rafael,

    1. You should use the ID (e.g. 306690150).

    2. Each J2EE instance should point to a different .NET runtime engine.

    3. You need to restart the instances for the changes to affect (a bug that was fixed for the next patch).

    Hope that helps,

    Yossi

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