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How to change the default server and port for Spectrum Spatial

UPDATED: March 30, 2017


Follow these steps to manually update the spatial repository in Spectrum. 
  1. Make a backup of the current Spectrum install folder.
  2. Open the <Spectrum install>/server/modules/spatial/java.properties file.
  3. Change the repository.port value to the desired port number.
  4. Save the changes and close the java.properties file.
  5. In a web browser, go to http://<servername>:<port>/RepositoryService.
  6. Click the Standard WebDAV link.
  7. The next page will display the URL link to access the repository. e.g. http://<servername>:8080/RepositoryService/repository/default/.
  8. Open the URL to access the content repository through Windows Explorer.
  9. Inside the Configuration folder are eight files, double-click those files and they'll open a read-only view in a web browser.  Each of those files contains at least one XML tag that references the server URL.  Use the WebDAV client to update each of the URLs in those eight configuration items.

Alternatively, Windows 7 allows you to Map a Network Drive from My Computer, using the Standard WebDAV link referenced by the Apache Jackrabbit JCR Server page referenced on Step 7 above.
 
After editing the above files, restart the Spectrum server and validate the changes.

If the above steps do not assist in making the update the spatial repository, contact client support.
 

Environment Details

Operating System: Windows, Linux, UNIX
    
Product affected: Spectrum™ Technology Platform

Versions: 8 SP3, 9 SP3, 10 SP1, 11 SP1
 

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