[GLASSFISH-2485] add target host and port arguments to appclient command-line Created: 23/Feb/07 Updated: 06/Mar/12
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Operating System: All
Running an appclient component on a different machine than the server is an increasingly common
That would represent a significant ease-of-use improvement over having to define a sun-acc.xml file,
e.g. appclient -host host1 -port 3700 ...
|Comment by Tim Quinn [ 23/Feb/07 ]|
What about using a single option, perhaps something like -server, that would
And it would be a bit simpler even for specifying a single host and port, saving
Is "server" the best name for the option?
|Comment by ksak [ 23/Feb/07 ]|
That sounds ok as long as the simple case of one target is well documented/understood since that's the
If we combine the host/port syntax , it would also be good to make the port portion optional since 3700 is
That way I can just do appclient -server host1 ... and get the default of 3700 for port.
-server seems fine to me The only issue is whether people will confuse it with the java -server option
|Comment by Tom Mueller [ 06/Mar/12 ]|
Bulk change to set fix version to "not determined" where the issue is open but the value is for a released version.