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Re: [vox-tech] How do i refer my system with IP and make sure that its accessible from windows(server is running there)
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Re: [vox-tech] How do i refer my system with IP and make sure that its accessible from windows(server is running there)



Hi,

  First of all thank you so much for your mail :).

> 1. are you changing the ip of your machines? (192.168.0.44) Or are you
> changing the script on each machine?

Not going to do both.  The java argument need someway to access my system
files by refering my System IP/Name but not normal path i.e /home/enigma

> 2. are you running iptables/ipchains on your linux machine (firewall),
> that would block network traffic?
I dont think the system that I am testing runs both(iptables/ipchains)

> 3. can you verify that the java program (com.enigma.client.PETClient) is
> starting? and trying to talk on the network? You can use tcpdump, or
> tethereal to see network traffic.

yes it does and thats why it says wrong input files.

One my friend told me that its better that I copy input files from client to
server
and then ask java to refer to those input files and if it generates some
output files
copy it back to client.  Now this is too much cause this is not that case
with
dos batch files.  Another guy was suggesting me to try samba but that once
again puts the question WITHOUT Authentication.

Any inputs?

Karthikeyan B

----- Original Message -----
From: "MB" <sparkynine@yahoo.com>
To: <vox-tech@lists.lugod.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 10:32 PM
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] How do i refer my system with IP and make sure that
its accessible from windows(server is running there)


>
> Just a couple of quick questions.
>
> 1. are you changing the ip of your machines? (192.168.0.44) Or are you
> changing the script on each machine?
>
> 2. are you running iptables/ipchains on your linux machine (firewall),
> that would block network traffic?
>
> 3. can you verify that the java program (com.enigma.client.PETClient) is
> starting? and trying to talk on the network? You can use tcpdump, or
> tethereal to see network traffic.
>
> Mark
>
> karthikeyan wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > <why>
> >     I am running a shell program which after setting some variables
> > with values invokes a java program and pass it some parameters.
> > Few of the parameters requires Input/Output file location.  Which
> > can be in the same system or a different Linux machine.
> > </why>
> >
> > I am pasting the shell file I wrote(which ofcourse doesn't work)
> >
> > Unix Shell file
> > ===========
> >
> > #!/bin/bash
> >
> > # 192.168.0.115(points to server)
> > # 192.168.0.44 (is this machine)
> >
> > javac -d . com/enigma/client/*.java
> > javac -d . com/enigma/common/*.java
> >
> > export Host=192.168.0.115
> > export Port=8080
> > export InputFile=//192.168.0.44/Enigma/input/xml/Chapter30sample.xml
> > export OutputPath=//192.168.0.44/outputXML/
> > export programName=Daniel_rajesh
> > export logoPath=//192.168.0.44/Enigma/input/images/Goodrichlogo.gif
> > export userType=IPC
> > export userRev=2
> >
> > java -DHost=$Host -DPort=$Port com.enigma.client.PETClient -input
> > $InputFile -type $userType -rev $userRev -out $OutputPath -param
> > _3C_BookName $programName -param _3C_UserDef1 $logoPath
> >
> > The above shell file is the replacement for the below DOS batch
> > file(which works)
> >
> > Dos Batch file
> > ===========
> >
> >
> > javac -d .\ .\com\enigma\client\*.java
> > javac -d .\ .\com\enigma\common\*.java
> >
> > set Host=192.168.0.115
> > set Port=8080
> > set InputFile=\\192.168.0.44\Enigma\input\xml\Chapter30sample.xml
> > set OutputPath=\\192.168.0.44\outputXML\
> > set programName=Daniel_rajesh
> > set logoPath=\\192.168.0.44\Enigma\input\images\Goodrichlogo.gif
> > set userType=IPC
> > set userRev=2
> >
> > java -DHost=%Host% -DPort=%Port% com.enigma.client.PETClient -input
> > %InputFile% -type %userType% -rev %userRev% -out %OutputPath% -param
> > _3C_BookName %programName% -param _3C_UserDef1 %logoPath%
> >
> > Any solutions hints would be of great help.
> >
> > Have a great day.
> >
> > Karthikeyan B
>
>
>
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