How to change the host address from localhost to the name of the server?
Hello! My name is vrunda :) I am trying to move a webpage that I created on bonita portal from local host(localhost:8080/bonita) to a server named "sftp://txcslnawb1v" .
I tried to copy the .bar file and the .xml file that I created from my machine to a folder in this server (using filezilla).
After that I tried to access it with this url: http://txcslnawb1v:8080/bonita, unfortunately I don't think this is the correct way since I am getting "unable to connect" on the web browser.
I need to host this asap and I am really getting confused. It would be great if some one could help me with the correct steps. Thank you :)
I think you're missing something...and you need to learn a lot more about how servers etc. work from what I'm reading. This is not meant to be bad, just that what you're saying means you need some further learning...
first you cannot have a server called "sftp://txcslnawb1v".
What you have is a server called "txcslnawb1v" and you have an applicaiton called SFTP sitting on the server that allows Secure File Transfer Protocol to be used for transferring of files.
The next thing is you MUST install Bonitasoft Portal onto the "txcslnawb1v" server. You cannot just move a page and hope it works...the whole Bonitasoft comes with a Tomcat/Apache webserver that has to be installed to run the web application.
Here is my considered steps of things you have to do:
- Gain access to the server "txcslnawb1v"
- Install Java
- Install you database (if used)
- Install Bonita Portal
- Configure Bonitasoft
- In your Studio Export the BAR
- In your Portal Import your BAR
The tomcat bundle for linux is a better option for you, the jboss bundle is more complicated to use ( maybe), i use the tomcat bundle in this site:
The server is a free AWS (Amazon web server)
- Download the tomcat bundle
- Upload the tomcat bundle to your server, review if java is installed on your system
- For demo i use the h2 db integrated in the tomcat bundle
- Extract the tomcat bundle
- With a command line run the ./startup.sh, this archive is in /bin
- Export the .bar file in your designer for each process that you create
- Import the .bar file in your portal at the server
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org if you need more help
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Thank you everyone for your answers. I installed JBoss bundle on my server, which is on Linux. I am trying to access Bonita Portal through this Url http://txcslnawb1v:8080/bonita, I am getting "unable to connect".
I got "deployed "bonita all-in-one-6.5.0.ear"" on the terminal so I am pretty sure that it has been installed successfully!
Can anyone please tell me where am I getting wrong? Thank you.
Have you tried it on the machine itself with
if this works then it's installed.
If you are trying from another machine...you might have a firewall issue where you must open the ports to allow traffic in and out...
When you install a server portal you do not get an Organization. You have to build it for your organization. You can export and import the one from studio using the user install pw install...