November 8, 2008, 9:06am
i have installed sparkweb by unzipping the tarball into
I can access the flash page and try to login but it tells me “Not authorized. Please try again” each time I attempt to login. In the server dropdown it shows the default of
igniterealtime.org as well, even though I edited the SparkWeb.html to use my domain.
Any idea on what I need ot do to get this to work?
I saw no documentation on sparkweb so I am hoping someone can help.
you need to edit the html file for the specifics of your openfire server.
November 8, 2008, 9:11pm
That seems to be part of it…
OK - So I configured it like this:
server: “ mydomain.com”,
What settings on the server properties screen do I have to set?
What ports do I open via the admin interface do I need to configure on pages like:
There seems to be more than just setting the config section in SparkWeb.html
I wonder why there is no solid documentation on this sparkweb feature.
I do not believe that your connection type is valid. I should be socket (unreliable) or http-bind with the appropriate ports configured.
November 8, 2008, 11:59pm
How do I set it to http bind?
What do you mean “appropriate ports”?
Do you have sparkweb working? Can you tell me which places in the admin panel I need to set?
I’d love nothing more than to get this working and then document it for others too. It seems to be that there would at least be a detailed document saying which things need to be set, etc.
Any help is totally appreciated.
November 12, 2008, 6:46am
Can anyone help ?
Anyone at Igniterealtime perhaps?
Is there a way to pay for support? I don’t know how else to get a response, which really shouldnt be needed given that there’s no documentation on this feature.
November 16, 2008, 5:27am
But those documents only talk about editing the files on the web server and not the server settings:
What is meant by “appropriate ports”?
What places in the admin panel do I need to set?
November 16, 2008, 11:14am
The only place in Admin Console is http-bind.jsp. You will enable http-bind and set the same port as in the SparkWeb configuration file. SSL is not supported in SparkWeb yet.
That is if you want to use http-bind. With socket connection you dont need to do anything in the Admin Console.