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Running SparkWeb using OpenFire as the web server

My goal is to run SparkWeb on a server being connected to OpenFire

Im running OpenFire 362 (im aware of 363) on port 1111, 1112 fo ssl?

Windows 2003

I have placed the Sparkweb into \Openfire362\plugins\admin\webapp which got rid of the initial error that reffered to mousewheel.

The help I need is to break down the SparkWeb.html editing to consider all possibilities

I have tried following for set up

    server: "http://10.0.1.150",
    connectionType: "socket",
    port: "5222",
    autoLogin: "false"

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** server: “http://server2”,
connectionType: “socket”,
port: “5222”,
autoLogin: “false”

{
server: “server2”,
connectionType: “socket”,
port: “5222”,
autoLogin: “false”

Now port 1111 is used for admin, port 5222 is for clients to connect.Anyways i tried that as well. And auto login to true. does sparkweb need admin port or client port. Right now im totally losing in trying to install this. Appreciate any help and it seems that I browsed most if not all discussions in the sparkweb category trying to do this. Thank you.

forgot to mention that im using the sparkweb swf that i downloaded off igniterealtime demo

What error do you get? You also need to specify PolicyFile port in your config. http://www.igniterealtime.org/community/docs/DOC-1553

Also, to connect to your sparkweb are you using the http://server:1111/sparkweb address? If you want to use sparkweb with openfire’s internal web servr then your admin console is exposed to all (1111).

with server: server 2 I get “no response from the server”

with http://server2 for server I get: Not authorized. At this point i have tried several known working accounts including administrator’s as well as trying DOMAIN\account

some response is better then no response thou

thanks for the heads up on server:1111 being exposed

“Not authorised” error could be because of that PolicyFile line in your config missing. Also, do you have a firewall in your server?