> change hostname in java.rmi.server.hostname or wt.server.codebase. > This change will keep the system up and running without any database > change. But all DCA pages (like search pages) will throw exception. > > To correct those exceptions, new duplicate structure need to be added > in the ldap. refer the attached doc from ptc

Apache Tomcat: troubleshooting Administration Services RMI server hostname not configured: The JVM is not properly configured to support JMX over RMI. The JVM property java.rmi.server.hostname must be defined: The value of the java.rmi.server.hostname System property is not set. For information about resolving this issue, see Configuring Apache Tomcat: RMI port number not configured thread - java.rmi.connectexception connection timed out System.setProperty("java.rmi.server.hostname","Ip or DNS of the server"); or add environment variable. For me I got Connection Refused and solve it by adding this line of code in server side: java -jar -Djava.rmi.server.hostname="ip or dns of the server" packageName.jar Thank to … RMI Registry bind address | Oracle Community Dec 05, 2004 RMI binding to more than one IP (Distributed Java forum at

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If you want to allow connections on another interface, set the -Djava.rmi.server.hostname parameter to the IP of that interface. If you wish to be more stringent about security, there are many other Java options available to you. For instance, the next example starts the application with a more versatile set of options and opens it to a wider How do I run Jmeter test from command line with -Djava.rmi I need to run a distributed test with some of the command line parameter and also I need to pass My server IP with -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=IP, since I am running it from the command line I need nee to give as . jmeter -n -t C:\\Jmxfile.jmx -r Gsomeproperty=value in command line. JMeter - User - why hostname is localhost?

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