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From "Rajiv K Nistala" <rajiv.nist...@fiorano.com>
Subject RE: Changing Sandesha client port - programmatically
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2005 11:02:28 GMT
Hi Chamikara Jayalath,
 
Thanks for fix. Though you have mentioned me to take the latest sources, you
haven't mentioned the cvs repository and server. Please provide the same.
 
Thanks

Rajiv

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From: Chamikara Jayalath [mailto:chamikaramj@gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 4:15 PM
To: Rajiv K Nistala
Cc: sandesha-dev@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: Changing Sandesha client port - programmatically


Hi Rajiv,
This was a bug and I fixed it. Now u can set the client side listner port as
given below,
SandeshaContext ctx = new SandeshaContext(new Integer(9091));

(could't go for constructor SaneshaContext(int) since there already was
one:-) ).
Please get the latest source code from




On 8/30/05, Rajiv K Nistala <rajiv.nistala@fiorano.com> wrote: 

Hi, 

I am using Sandesha to invoke a the RM sample provided. I realise, that
there is a client listener port that is set which defaults to 9090. This I
know can be edited from the sandesha.properties file. But If I have to run
multiple instances of the sandesha client on the same machine, won't this
create a problem for me as all will be using 9090? Thus I was thinking
whether it is possible to programmatically change the client listener port
(if I can capture that as a command line argument). I saw that everything
related to that is private in the SandeshaContext and PropertyLoader
classes. Any suggestions if this is possible?

Also since sandesha.properties file is within the jar file, I can't even
overwrite the file. Please help. 

Regards, 
Rajiv K Nistala 



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