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[protege-discussion] Protege on the Amazon Cloud and webstart question

Dennis Pierson Dennis.Pierson at
Fri Nov 4 06:23:27 PDT 2011


I'm trying to use Protégé 3.4.7 server on the Amazon Cloud, on Ubuntu 10.4. I can use a client on the same cloud instance, but cannot connect from outside. From the error message, it looks like the RMI server is registering the internal cloud URL with the registry, not visible outside the cloud, instead of the DNS URL. Does anyone know how to get this working?

Also, I have not been able to get the WebStart client to connect under any circumstances. The client downloads ok, but complains about networks and ports, even on localhost without a firewall. Does anybody have a jnlp file that works on localhost:8080 using ports 5100 for the registry and 5200 for the server? Would greatly appreciate some help.

Incidentally, should I use 4.x for client-server now?

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