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Hello everyone :) I am trying to implement multiple portals as describen here: http://developer.axonivy.com/doc/latest/PortalKitHtml/axonivyportal.settings.html#axonivyportal.settings.adminsettings

I am at point where I have alreadt added server(connector) but now its time for the application but I am not sure what is the input field Portal link used for which is required one. I could not find anything about it, could someone please describe it in more detail so that I know how to fill it.

Thank you

asked 13.01.2017 at 09:51

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Hallo Imoteb,

please mind the Warning hint in the documentation. (FYI: multi app mode is fully supported, when all app-s are on the same ivy engine)

You just need to scroll down 1 page in the mentioned doc, where it is noted:

"Server path must be the link of the PortalConnector application (e.g. http://path-to-ivy:8080/ivy/ws/System/PortalConnector )"

In general SOAP Web Services provide their WSDL with the ?WSDL appended parameter. This is helpful to check if the WS is really there and your auth information is properly set. E.g. if your server is on the localhost and default port, then the URL to test in your browser would be: http://localhost:8080/ivy/ws/System/PortalConnector?WSDL

Please mind other Notes in that section of the Portal Doc (e.g. where to setup password that protects the mentioned WS)

Best regards Thomas

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answered 13.01.2017 at 11:41

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Hello Imoteb,

i have just noticed that the mentioned Portal link is in the new application configuration. It is the link to the home page of the Portal in an ivy app.

Some words about general concepts:

  • In ivy each app behaves like an independent server: independent authentication, processes, cases, etc.

In Portal there are 3 modes:

  • single server mode (single app actually): keep PortalConnector in system app, deploy PortalKit, etc. in your app
  • multi app mode: one server with multiple apps. Keep PortalConnector in system app, deploy PortalKit, etc. in each apps you want to use in your Portal
  • multi server (called also as multi portal) mode: have a PortalConnector on each server (it's normally already in the system app), deploy PortalKit, etc. in each apps you want to use in your Portal

In Single app mode the default configurations are detected automatically.

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answered 18.01.2017 at 12:33

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Tamas KIS
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Thanks Thomas, that was useful information :)

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