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DivyaP Absent Member.
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How to register a new trillium server in client server, which is an orbix server?

How to register a new trillium server in client server, which is an orbix server?

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RE: How to register a new trillium server in client server, which is an orbix server?

Hi Divya,

Are you talking about a server built using en.wikipedia.org/.../Trillium_Digital_Systems technology? Does this server also has a CORBA server? Can you explain your requirement in detail?

Regards,
Karthi.
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scott_kay Absent Member.
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RE: How to register a new trillium server in client server, which is an orbix server?

I believe his organization is using a very old version of the data quality server from www.trilliumsoftware.com/
This was integrated with an early version of Orbix 3.3 (or possibly 3.2).
Please refer to the documentation for Orbix 3.3 here www.microfocus.com/.../ for more information about Orbix and provide additional information about the server you wish to register with Orbix.

Once the server is registered make sure that any ports needed to connect to the Orbix daemon as well as the ports for the Trillium server itself have been opened in your firewall, consult with IT network managment if required.
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