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WebSphere ports

 
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is there A default access port for websphere ( running default app server ).
i have tried localhost:900 but get the error:
IBM websphere ORB org.omg.INTERNAL: minor code 11 complete NO
in the admin console.
 
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WebSphere uses two static ports for admin server:
Bootstrap port
One for each administrative server
Default value is 900
Location Service Daemon (LSD) port
One for each administrative server
Default value is 9000
Changing the bootstrap port from its default affects the administrative clients. When starting the Java administrative console, you must specify the new port number:
On UNIX-based operating systems:
adminclient.sh hostname port
On Windows-based operating systems:
adminclient hostname port


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Tony Chen
SCJP, ICS & ICSD (WebSphere)
 
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I use iiop://localhost:900 for looking up JNDI for datasources etc,. Still confused about diffence between bootstrap port (900) and LSD port(9000)
iiop://localhost:9000 did not work and I did not do anything to set the ports during installation, everything is default.
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