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Thread External server setup
Mon, May 17 2021 2:58 PMPermanent Link

Ronald

Hi,

I have an EWB webapplication that works fine in the IDE (internal server). In the webapp I use modules (.dll) and they are called correct and I get the response that I expect.

But now I have setup the 32-bit command line web server and I copied the content of the .ini file from the internal server to the .ini content of this external server. So I call the same modules from the same serverdirectory as with the internal server. But if I then start my webapplication, I get to see the application (the controls etc.), but as soon as a call is made to a module, the the webapp seems to freeze.
What is going wrong?  

Greetings,
Ronald
Mon, May 17 2021 6:52 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 5/17/2021 2:58 PM, Ronald wrote:
> But now I have setup the 32-bit command line web server and I copied the content of the .ini file from the internal server to the .ini content of this external server. So I call the same modules from the same serverdirectory as with the internal server. But if I then start my webapplication, I get to see the application (the controls etc.), but as soon as a call is made to a module, the the webapp seems to freeze.
> What is going wrong?

Did you register all the modules ?

Copying INI amd files is not enough - you still need to register the
modules.

If you add external server to IDE then there is an option in server
manager to migrate setting from one server which should be quicker.

Raul
Tue, May 18 2021 1:26 PMPermanent Link

Ronald

Raul wrote:

<Did you register all the modules ?

Copying INI amd files is not enough - you still need to register the
modules.

If you add external server to IDE then there is an option in server
manager to migrate setting from one server which should be quicker.
>

I created a new server which I called EWB32 in the server manager and migrated the settings of the internal server to the new server. Then i copied the content of the .ini to the .ini of the command line server.
Still I get the same results, the application shows the controls in the app, but after a call to a module, all freezes.
I am sure I misunderstand something, but what?
Tue, May 18 2021 2:08 PMPermanent Link

Ronald

Ronald wrote:

<I am sure I misunderstand something, but what?>

The external 32 bit server seems to work fine and does what I need.
Tue, May 18 2021 2:43 PMPermanent Link

Ronald

Ronald wrote:

<The external 32 bit server seems to work fine and does what I need.>

I was wrong, it worked fine because the ide was active.
Wed, May 19 2021 7:44 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 5/18/2021 2:43 PM, Ronald wrote:
>
> I was wrong, it worked fine because the ide was active.
>

IDE running should not matter - unless you're saying app connected to
IDE internal server.

You mentioned you are running the command line server (which is also
32bit like IDE so all modules etc should load fine).

Does it print anything in the console or log  ?

Another question is are you sure your webapp is calling the correct
server - in terms of ip/port etc ? You can use browser debug tools to
confirm.

Raul
Wed, May 19 2021 1:41 PMPermanent Link

Ronald

Raul wrote:

<Another question is are you sure your webapp is calling the correct
server - in terms of ip/port etc ? You can use browser debug tools to
confirm.>

Hi Raul,

Just ran the setup again. The application runs fine if the ide is running in the background. So it is using the internal server.
If I quit the ide and start the 32bit developers server with the right .ini (same as in ide), then it freezes.

I must be looking over something.

Ronald
Wed, May 19 2021 2:29 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 5/19/2021 1:41 PM, Ronald wrote:
> Just ran the setup again. The application runs fine if the ide is running in the background. So it is using the internal server.
> If I quit the ide and start the 32bit developers server with the right .ini (same as in ide), then it freezes.
>
> I must be looking over something.

Sounds like the app might be still trying to use IDE web server.

As i said check the actual request in the browser when running the app
and make sure they are going to dev server - most browsers it's F12,
click on the Network tab. That will show an actual requests and responses.


Raul
Wed, May 19 2021 3:24 PMPermanent Link

Ronald

Raul wrote:

<As i said check the actual request in the browser when running the app
and make sure they are going to dev server - most browsers it's F12,
click on the Network tab. That will show an actual requests and responses.>

I forgot to mention it. The url it uses is correct:

http://localhost:6060/modules/login?database=B6154C36CD567F44785F26&li=1

login is actually login.dll

Ronald
Wed, May 19 2021 4:15 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 5/19/2021 3:24 PM, Ronald wrote:
> I forgot to mention it. The url it uses is correct:
>
> http://localhost:6060/modules/login?database=B6154C36CD567F44785F26&li=1
>
> login is actually login.dll

Great - does this request complete or time out in the browser tools ?

Raul
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