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Altova MobileTogether Server Advanced Edition

Server Procedures

Set Administrator and Mobile Client Ports

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The administrator ports are used to connect to the Web UI of MobileTogether Server, while the mobile client ports are those the mobile client device uses to connect to the services of MobileTogether Server.

 

Set the administrator ports

The administrator ports provide access for the following purposes:

 

To connect to the server's Web UI and perform administrative functions, such as setting up Users and Roles.

To deploy MobileTogether designs (as MobileTogether solutions) to the server. MobileTogether Designer has a setting that specifies the address and port of the MobileTogether Server to which to deploy designs.

MTSSetAdminPorts

The HTTP port is the unsecure port; HTTPS is the secure port. To use HTTPS, you need to set up SSL Encryption. If you set up the HTTPS port and wish to avoid browser warnings about the SSL certificate not matching the URL, then specify the hostname of the computer on which the MobileTogether Server configuration page will be opened.

 

You can specify whether the server will use a specific IP address, or all interfaces and IP addresses. If a single IP address is to be used, enter it in the field of the second radio button.

 

 

Set the mobile client ports

The ports that mobile devices will use to connect to the server. The HTTP port is the unsecure port; HTTPS is the secure port. To use HTTPS, you need to set up SSL Encryption. You can specify whether the server will use a specific IP address, or all interfaces and IP addresses. If a single IP address is to be used, enter it in the field of the second radio button.

MTSSetClientPorts

Automatically login as anonymous

If selected, clients will be logged in automatically as anonymous. The login page is skipped, and the server's first page is shown directly. The first page is either the standard page that displays the root folder, or it is a custom page that you have defined (see next point). If this option is not selected, the client will need to login with the appropriate credentials via the default login page. If anonymous login is selected, then remember to set the relevant privileges for anonymous.

 

 

Use customized login and index pages

Select this option if a customized login page and first page should be used. This enables you to design your own entry point for clients. Set up the customized pages as follows:

 

1.Create the two pages as HTML pages, and name them login.html and index.html, respectively.

2.Save the two files in the index folder that is located in the MobileTogether Server application data folder (see table below). Additional files, such as image files and CSS files, are best saved in a subfolder of the index folder (for instance in one that is called, say, static).

 

Linux

/var/opt/Altova/MobileTogetherServer

Mac

/var/Altova/MobileTogetherServer

Windows

C:\ProgramData\Altova\MobileTogetherServer

 

The code listings of a sample login page and sample first (index) page are given below. These listings are basic, but you can modify the code as you like.

 

 

Note:        If the user is a domain user, the login credentials will have a form something like this: domainPrefix@domainSuffix. For example: If the domain user is someUserName@somedomain.altova.com, the the domain prefix is someUserName, and the domain suffix is @somedomain.altova.com.

 

Allow MobileTogether login via /mt-login

This option specifies that the login will be via the default login page and first page—and not via the customized login and index pages. This allows you to store the login.html and index.html files at the designated location, but still use the default pages. Note that the client's browser or browser settings might require that the browser cache is emptied in order for this setting to take effect.

 

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