Be very positive in no uncertain terms that the IP address used to
access the server and the FQDN for the server match up. Also make sure
that the rDNS record matches that IP address. Be sure to test this FROM
the IBM i partition. If these do not match many things (IBM Navigator
for i INCLUDED) will not work correctly.
Second be sure you have all the correct Java components installed and
have current PTF groups for HTTP, JAVA, TCP and that the HIPER group is
reasonably current as well.
Also if a lot of things start when your system starts and you don't have
very many disk arms. Try ending and restarting the *ADMIN server when
the system isn't very busy. I have seen that on systems with few arms
where everything starts at once that the *ADMIN server doesn't finish
starting correctly and this is one of the issues that surfaces.
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 10/21/2013 12:43 PM, Buzz Fenner wrote:
I make use of IBM Navigator For i (mainly in lieu of -not- being able to use
Ops Nav in iAccess For Windows on my Win 8 laptop). A week ago we ported
over from a Model 520 to an 8202 (both @ v7r1). I now find almost all the
selections are generating server communication errors, namely TCTUI1003E.
Google has not been my friend, so far. Has anyone run into this problem?
Business Systems Analyst/Systems Administrator
City Water & Light
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