11 Replies Latest reply: Jan 24, 2013 1:07 PM by JohnGoodwin RSS

    19000 and 28080

    923301
      Gurus, a quick question,
      In going to workspace/shared services we type either http://servername:19000/workspace(interop) depending on workspace or HSS or http://servername:28080/...........
      what is the main difference between them
      Also does it make any difference ? in terms of performance or anything like that?

      thanks for the input.
        • 1. Re: 19000 and 28080
          CL
          It sounds like the services are using a (slightly) different url and a different port. (Note, I do not even play an infrastructure guy on TV, so this is just what I have observed.)

          Workspace is (I think):
          http://servername:19000/workspace

          Shared Services is (I think):
          http://servername:28080/interop

          To get rid of that annoying popup you can just submit:
          http://servername:19000/workspace/index.jsp

          Anyway, the way your instance is set up, there are different ports. On my current setup, I think (note, think) everything is set up to through 80 as this works:
          http://servername/workspace/index.jsp

          And now someone who actually understands infrastructure will hopefully step in and correct whatever mistakes/simplifications/misapprehensions. I try to provide fodder for them. :)

          Regards,

          Cameron
          • 2. Re: 19000 and 28080
            923301
            Hi Cameron,
            The one for shared services is good, as we use the 28080 port, however, I cannot get access to workspace via the servername:19000/workspace link. The only way i can get to workspace is via servername:28080/workspace URL.
            Is there any problem? Is there any way I can log in to workspace via http://servername:19000/workspace/index.jsp.
            I would really appreciate if you could guid me on this.
            Thanks
            • 3. Re: 19000 and 28080
              JohnGoodwin
              Port 19000 is the default port when using OHS as the http web server, usually traffic should go through the http server and then be directed to the different EPM web applications.
              If you are going to shared services then you should go through the http server and not direct to 28080 as not all functionality will work

              Cheers

              John
              http://john-goodwin.blogspot.com/
              • 4. Re: 19000 and 28080
                923301
                Hi John/Cameron,
                Thank you very much for the input.
                Well John, so from what you have suggested, it is better to have servername:19000 for workspace right? How could I achieve it? Do I need to do anything in CONFIGURATION/RECONFIGURATION so that I could have servername:19000 work for me to get into workspace?
                Thank you very much
                • 5. Re: 19000 and 28080
                  TimG
                  Hey John, I never knew there was a difference. What kind of thing doesn't work properly if you go 'direct' rather than through 19000?
                  • 6. Re: 19000 and 28080
                    JohnGoodwin
                    920298 wrote:
                    Hi John/Cameron,
                    Thank you very much for the input.
                    Well John, so from what you have suggested, it is better to have servername:19000 for workspace right? How could I achieve it? Do I need to do anything in CONFIGURATION/RECONFIGURATION so that I could have servername:19000 work for me to get into workspace?
                    Thank you very much
                    It all depends which http server you configured EPM to use.

                    Cheers

                    John
                    http://john-goodwin.blogspot.com/
                    • 7. Re: 19000 and 28080
                      923301
                      Hi John, is there any quick way to find out which HTTP i have used?
                      Thanks
                      • 8. Re: 19000 and 28080
                        JohnGoodwin
                        TimG wrote:
                        Hey John, I never knew there was a difference. What kind of thing doesn't work properly if you go 'direct' rather than through 19000?
                        Hi Tim,

                        Some areas of LCM will probably not work, also if you go to go to assign access control to an essbase app I am sure that should go through the http server.

                        Cheers

                        John
                        http://john-goodwin.blogspot.com/
                        • 9. Re: 19000 and 28080
                          TimG
                          Cool - thanks John.
                          • 10. Re: 19000 and 28080
                            923301
                            Tim/John,
                            During the CONFIGURATION process of EPM, we have the option: CONFIGURE LOGICAL ADDRESS FOR WEB APPLICATION. Does it have to do anything with 28080 and 19000?
                            I mean do we need to config those part in order to do so?
                            Thanks
                            • 11. Re: 19000 and 28080
                              JohnGoodwin
                              You would usually configure if you are using a load balancer, if you are just using one OHS then you can get the configurator to update the logical addresses
                              http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17236_01/epm.1112/epm_install_1112200/lwa.html
                              http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17236_01/epm.1112/epm_install_1112200/enableWorkspaceComponentsPanel.html

                              Cheers

                              John
                              http://john-goodwin.blogspot.com/