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Trex Name-Server

Former Member
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Hi,

I have the following problem:

After successfully installing TREX-Server, I want to

configure the nameserver.address field in the the

Visual Admin.

For that I need 2 properties:

- port (I found out)

- name of the name-server (???)

Can anyone please tell me, where I can look the name of

my name-server, because I don't know it.

thanxs

Christoph

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Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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Hi,

Log on to server where Trex is installed. go to

start menu --> Programs --> SAP Trex --> Tools --> Trex Administration. It opens Trex Administration.

Under Landscape - select Service and it lists down all trex servers and their ports (name, index, http, preprocessor and queue servers). Let me know if you need any help. Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Praveen

PS. Dont forget to allot points if solved/useful

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Answers (3)

Former Member
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Hi Christoph and Praveen,

I am just a beginner to work with TREX. I would like to know how and where to able to download "TREX Adminstration" tool?

I see below that you mentioned "start menu --> Programs --> SAP Trex --> Tools --> Trex Administration"

Also, I view a document which mentioned "TREX Java client" to access the search and text-mining functions of TREX.

Is this a seperate TREX tool?

Thank you for your suggestion.

Doan

Former Member
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Hi Doan,

Trex can be downloaded from http://service.sap.com/swdc.

After you install it then you can see it in Start Menu.

Kindly open a new thread so that you can reward points for the useful solutions.

Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Praveen

Former Member
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Hi,

after installing sp12 of trex server and/or entering the portal server as name-server it worked.

thanx

christoph

Former Member
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I am not sure I understand you correctly, but if I do:

Do you know the physical server where you installed this marvellous search engine? If so, just supply the + of this machine. Aforementioned can be discovered by typing:

Windows:

ipconfig /all

*nix:

hostname –d 

Regards,

Dimitry