03-21-2012 05:42 AM
I'm trying to setup two Stored Process web environments on the same machine. The reason is that the client requires complete independence between the two applications.
I have two seperate Tomcat environments running, one on port 8080, the second on port 8180.
I have two seperate Metadata Servers, etc. running as well. The Foundation repository of the first environment is called Foundation, the one on the second is called Foundation2.
authenticate is a storedprocess in the second environment only. The samples are not installed in the second environment.
When I run http://localhost:8180/SASStoredProcess2/do?_debug=list I get the message below. It shows that it cannot create the stored process authenticate from metadata, from the second environment, but it shows (also) the stored processes from the first environment.
When I run http://localhost:8080/SASStoredProcess/do?_debug=list It only shows the stored processes from the first environment and not the second environment. So there is clearly some kind of conflict between the second and the first environment. However the first environment is not affected by the second environment.
I updated all references in the second environment to Foundation2, but I may have missed some.
Can anybody help?
Error creating stored process from metadata.
No Information Service configuration definition was found for repository omi://localhost:8562/A0000001.A5X1FW6A.
|Path:||//Foundation/Samples/Stored Processes/Sample: European Demographic Data|
|Description:||Dynamically generated map with drilldown capabilities using ODS.|
|Type:||Stored Process Server|
03-21-2012 06:09 AM
Did a little more testing and found out that in the std.out of the second tomcat environment the OMI protocol still uses 8561 instead of 8562 and Foundation instead of Foundation2. Does anybody know where I can configure the OMI protocol?
protocol = omi
name = Foundation
host = localhost
port = 8561
domain = DefaultAuth
base = Foundation
autoConnect = true