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From "Rajiv K Nistala" <>
Subject RE: Changing Sandesha client port - programmatically - BUG NOT COMPLETELY FIXED
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2005 13:57:54 GMT
Hi Chamikara Jayalath,
The bug is not completely fixed as there is reference to the
PropertyLoader.getClientSideListenerPort() in the URL generation also which
has not been corrected
sourceURL = Constants.HTTP + Constants.COLON + Constants.SLASH +
                    Constants.SLASH + addr.getHostAddress() +
Constants.COLON +
                    PropertyLoader.getClientSideListenerPort() +
This is inside the following functions
private String initialize(Call call, String targetUrl, String action, short
            throws AxisFault


From: Chamikara Jayalath [] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 4:15 PM
To: Rajiv K Nistala
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 <> wrote: 


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 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 file is within the jar file, I can't even
overwrite the file. Please help. 

Rajiv K Nistala 

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