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Access to DI Server: local or remote?

I'm wondering if following guesses are correct.

DI Server must be accessed locally, with programs running on the same machine where DI Server is running.

If one wants to access to it from a remote machine, he must install B1WS or create his own web services on top of DI Server and then invoke such web services remotely.

Is it right? Thanks!

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2012 at 01:18 PM

    Hi Simone,

    Yes, you're correct.

    What can also be done (I don't remind exactly the documentation in the SDK, but I think it contains a full picture about it) is to install DIS (and 1WS) with your specific web service(s) on a given server, the SQL-Server apart and the SBO server components (licence, and so on) on a third server.

    In all cases, I would create specific web service(s) which would expose only the needed functionnallities, WS which then will call B1WS or DIS, depending on what to be done.



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