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[protege-discussion] Unable to connect to remote protege server using Ontology rich client invoked from webprotege
tudorache at stanford.edu
Tue Nov 10 20:06:39 PST 2009
It looks like the connection times out. Most likely this is a firewall
problem. The Protege client and server communicate using two ports
If the client is on a different machine it will try to access the server
using the two ports. The solution is to open two ports on your server
machine (you can choose whichever ports you want), then configure the
Protege server to use these ports (see ), and then tell WebProtege
about this, too . These are both easy configuration to make
(basically just uncomment two lines in a script and a config file).
If you change the ports, you should also edit the jnlp file, and add the
port to the server host name in the arguments section. Something like:
> Tania Tudorache <tudorache <at> stanford.edu> writes:
>> Please clarify: you cannot connect to the server using the JNLP (the
>> java webstart), or by clicking directly on a project name in the
>> MyWebProtege tab in WebProtege?
>> Can you open the project from WebProtege by clicking on the project name?
>> Can you connect with the same user/password from a Protege desktop client?
>> Please send the last log from the Protege directory where you started
>> the server, subfolder: logs.
>> Mailing List Receiver wrote:
>>> thank you - that worked, now we're stuck at the same problem as
>>> bbarani, we cannot connect to the server. The only message that comes
>>> up (pop up) is "Cannot connect to server" and I cannot find anything
>>> in the logs (where should I look). The installed rich client on the
>>> remote machine can connect to the server just fine.
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> to clarify: web start is the problem. Yes, I can open the project fine in
> web-protege (by clicking on the
> project name - love the webUI!).
> Yes, I can also connect with the same user/password from a Protege
> desktop client.
> When I try to connect via web-start it asks for verification to allow
> the connection. After confirming it it
> takes at least 45 sec and returns "Unable to Connect to Server."
> There is no entry for this in the log of
> the server (I guess it never reaches the server).
> I hope this helps to track down the issue.
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