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IDM 3.6.1: User Application Cloning


I need some help with a task, and I was wondering if some of you guys
could give me some ideas on how to properly do what I need to do.
I am setting up a development environment to test my upgrade path, and I
need to clone my User Application as part of that. I am currently
running the Standard version (3.6.1) in a clustered environment.

I copied the entire root folder for my User App install to the
development server and changed the binding address, partition name,
engine-id and UDP group. That is all defined in the start-jboss.sh
script. Upon starting the cloned system, I got some JGroup errors.

Aside from those parameters, is there anything else I need to change?
Something hidden somewhere. Does anything need to be deleted in the
database itself?


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Re: IDM 3.6.1: User Application Cloning


As a FYI and to make sure nobody else wastes any time on this. The issue
I had was the result of a misconfigured firewall. It had nothing to do
with any configuration file or data in the UserApp database.


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