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Connecting to a remote objectdb server

I am trying to configure my application in a client-server objectdb setup via tcp/ip. So I first made sure that the remote objectdb server is running using telnet from my local. $ telnet db.mydomain.com 6136 (worked fine, is able to connect...) My db was configured below: <server> <connection
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Composite Index error 328

) { this.lastLogin = lastLogin; } @Basic @Column(name = "last_ip
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Server connection management

that it is connected to Client username and IP address Also, a command to force any or all connections closed
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Many connections possible? and will it makes problem in future?

system) and TCP/IP ports (when using client-server mode). support Support
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connect with server

is my EntityManager 192.168.0.300 is my server IP eng.ahmed ahmed Just run the server. The database
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WAN replication ? possible?

and replace localhost with real IP addresses. You may have to configure routers, Firewall, etc. to make
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How to disable use of graphic windows by objectDB

a ip address, where is the server? And if to use always the getLocalHost(), why not to put "localhost
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unable to connect to remote server using VPN

,create,delete" /> </user> <user username="$default" password="$$$###" ip="10.11.12.0-10.11.12.244
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Login Error (bad username 'admin' or password)

its current IP address? > I checked, and both client and server objectdb.conf files are in use. Maybe
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Unable to stop server after starting in SSL mode

="xxx" ip="xxxxxx,xxxxxx" admin="true"> <dir path="/" permissions="access,modify,create,delete

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