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If an application is unable to communicate with TREX, it may be due to the application trying to access TREX using a proxy server. If this is the case, you have to change the configuration so that access does not take place using the proxy server.

The procedure depends on the application concerned:

  • SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 with Content Management

  • Other Java applications based on J2EE 6.40

Procedure

SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 with Content Management

Check the settings in the portal at Start of the navigation path System Administration Next navigation step System Configuration Next navigation step Service Configuration Next navigation step Applications (Content Catalog) Next navigation step com.sap.portal.ivs.httpservice Next navigation step Services Next navigation step proxy End of the navigation path.

If a proxy server is entered there, you have to enter the TREX host in the http - Bypass Proxy Servers field.

Other Java applications based on J2EE 6.40

For other Java applications, you have to check the configuration of the J2EE Engine. The proxy settings belong to the Java parameters. If a proxy server is configured in the Java parameters, enter the TREX host in the parameter nonProxyHosts. You can choose one of the following options:

  • Alternative 1: D"http.nonProxyHosts=<host_name><mydomain>.|localhost

    For <host_name>.<domain>, enter the host name and domain (if necessary) of the TREX host.

  • Alternative 2: D"http.nonProxyHosts=*<mydomain>.|localhost

You can change the Java parameters using the SAP J2EE Engine GUI Config Tool. For more information about using this tool, see the SAP Library at the Internet address help.sap.com Start of the navigation path Documentation Next navigation step SAP NetWeaver End of the navigation path.