Hello everybody,

I'd like to use the mobile Application offered for iOS devices. I've already set up the engine and an IIS on the same host as the engine. SSO and basic authentication is also configured.

Now I'd like to use the mobile application on my iOS device. The devices and the host are in the same network. I already tried several server URLs but none of them was the correct one. Every time error message"No Axon.ivy Engine is available with this URL!" is shown.

Unfortunately there is no guide how to configure the app. Maybe you can help me?

Kind regards!

asked 07.06 at 10:14

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edited 08.06 at 02:57

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The URL pattern is as follows: http[s]://IVYHOSTNAME[:PORT]/ivy/api/APPLICATIONNAME e.g. http://ivymobile.work:8080/ivy/api/MobileShowCase

Hostname and Port should of course reference your front-end webserver (IIS in your case).


If you are not sure whether the necessary URL is exposed by the front-end webserver at all you can open the engine/info resource with a browser: it should ask for a UserName/Password that is known in the ivy-app that you refer: http[s]://IVYHOSTNAME[:PORT]/ivy/api/APPLICATIONNAME/engine/info e.g. http://ivymobile.work:8080/ivy/api/MobileShowCase/engine/info

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answered 08.06 at 02:56

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edited 08.06 at 03:00

Thanks a lot! That worked without any problems.

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