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Server Locations

Server Locations

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On the Server locations page you can define settings for all the servers.

 

 

QPR Foundation Server

The Server location field defines the location of the QPR Foundation Server. You can use either the IP address or the name of the computer running the QPR Foundation Server.

 

The socket communication port is used in communication between the QPR Foundation Server, the QPR User Management Client and the QPR applications. In the Port selection section you can choose what port the  QPR Foundation Server will use. If you do not want to use the default port, select the Custom port radio button and enter a desired socket port value into the Custom port number field. The port value should be within the range of 1 to 65535. However, the lowest numbers should not be used as those are used by standard TCP/IP services.

 

Select the Use encrypted communication checkbox to encrypt all communication between QPR Foundation Server and the other QPR server components as well as between QPR Foundation Server and QPR User Management Client.

 

The Password field defines the server password for the QPR User Management System. This password can be used for logging into the QPR User Management Client even if there are no users that are allowed to access the QPR User Management Client. Note that you should change this password the first time you run the configuration utility to avoid security risks introduced by leaving the default password intact.

 

 

QPR BizArchitecture Server

The Server location field defines the location of the QPR BizArchitecture Server.

 

In the Port selection section you can choose what port the QPR BizArchitecture Server will use. If you do not want to use the default port, select the Custom port radio button and enter a desired socket port value into the Custom port number field.

 

The Use encrypted communication checkbox enables or disables the encryption.

 

 

Metrics Server

The Server location field defines the location of the QPR Metrics Server.

 

The QPR Metrics Server uses TCP/IP sockets for communicating with the Development and Web clients. Default port for sending and receiving data is 20761. If you do not want to use the default port,  select the Custom port radio button and enter a desired socket port value into the Custom port number field.

Note: The Development and Web clients must be configured for the same port number you have entered here.

The Use encrypted communication check box enables or disables the encryption.

 

 

Web Application Server

The Server location field defines the location of the QPR Web Application Server.

 

In the Port selection section you can choose what port the QPR Web Application Server will use. If you do not want to use the default port,  select the Custom port radio button and enter a desired socket port value into the Custom port number field.

 

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Note

If you change the port, you need to change the same value also to the qprsettings.dat file located in the CGI-binary folder.