DIIOP without http server

Posted on 2005-05-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
I've developed a java application which uses domino objects using diiop. I've done the testing on R5.011, which requires the http server to be loaded for getting the diiop_ior.txt.

My customer is having a R6.01 server, where the http task is not loaded. Having learned that on R6, diiop itself uses an internal http server, I tried starting the diiop task without starting http server. But I couldn't get diiop_ior.txt. and my java code threw the " Connection refused" error.

Is it really possible to get diiop_ior.txt without starting the http server on R6?

Thanks in advance,


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