What exactly are you doing to try to deploy your datasource? gshell? Command line? admin console? building a plugin via maven and the car-maven-plugin? eclipse?
Gshell, command line and I think eclipse need to know the naming port in order to connect to the server. I think there are --port options ... there should be explanations in the command help.
On Dec 5, 2008, at 7:46 PM, Ray_Clough wrote:
To avoid a port conflict, I had to change the default RMI Naming port, and now the deployer is giving me a 'cannot find naming server' type of error when I try to deploy my datasource. I am guessing that the changed port is the problem. Is that correct? If so, how do I fix it? Thanks very much, Ray Clough
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