I’ve looked at all the other posts that mention this error and nothing seems to relate directly or fix the issue. Trying to select “Enabled” on HTTP Bind Settings, I get this error:
“An error has occured configuring the HTTP binding ports, check the error log for more details.”
All other settings on the page seem able to enable/disable/change.
I tried going to Server Manager -> System Properties and manually adding various settings. Not sure if I got the names exactly right but I tried to set these:
Under Log Viewer, the only HttpBind entries I see are (shows up in Error as well as Warn tabs)
at org.jivesoftware.openfire.http.HttpBindManager.changeHttpBindPorts(HttpBindMana ger.java:484)
at org.jivesoftware.openfire.http.HttpBindManager.setHttpBindPorts(HttpBindManager .java:448)
at org.jivesoftware.openfire.admin.http_002dbind_jsp.handleUpdate(http_002dbind_js p.java:41)
at org.jivesoftware.openfire.admin.http_002dbind_jsp._jspService(http_002dbind_jsp .java:136)
So not terribly useful information that i can tell.
I don’t see anything else on the default ports (7070 and 7443) that might be conflicting.
I want to enable BOSH so I can maybe integrate a JS based XMPP client so I can get a Chromebox (ChromeOS) to connect to our XMPP/Openfire/Jabber server. Unless anyone has any good recommendations for ChromeOS-friendly XMPP clients (haven’t found any so far).