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Figure 3-24. The Object Server Startup dialog
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This tab page consists of three control groups. The first, Settings, allows you to specify the port number on which servers listen for TCP connections. The default port is 2048. However, you can change this if your security policy mandates it. The Use Windows NT/2000 Authentication for the Clients check box specifies whether to use Windows security and, in turn, to accept anonymous connections. In practice this instructs Axapta to simply accept connections from clients, to validate them against existing accounts in the domain, and to allow connections from unknown clients, but manage them as anonymous. The Allow Clients to Use Printers on the Server check box lets you enable Axapta clients to print to printers connected to the AOS; Allow Debugging of X++ Code Running on the Server permits debugging of code running in the server process. The Shutdown control group specifies whether the AOS should run all the time or should be shut down to save resources, and the time to wait before shutting down when the AOS is idle. You should configure the AOS startup to On Demand in the Object Server Startup dialog if you specify here that it should be shut down when idle this is so that the server manager can start it again when a request arrives for it. The Encryption control group specifies how communication between clients and services is encrypted. Checking None means your data is transmitted in plain text. RC4 uses the famous cipher to encrypt your data. The Encryption Using This Key option uses a cipher developed by the Axapta product team.
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Note Axapta s home-grown encryption algorithm is easy to break, and only offers a false sense of security. If you don t care about having your data encrypted, don t bother wasting CPU cycles by checking this option; just select None.
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The last step in getting Axapta up and running in 3-tier mode is to configure a client that connects to the server. Create a new configuration by copying from the 2-tier configuration we created, and name it using the pattern we spoke about earlier in the 2-Tier Configuration section, but replace 2-tier with 3-tier or any convention you prefer. Then start the Axapta Configuration Utility and go to the Client tab shown in Figure 3-25. At the top left of the tab we have the Connect to Axapta Object Server (AOS) check box. Checking it instructs the Axapta client application to run in 3-tier mode. The remaining fields are parameters to this mode, so they are enabled automatically. By default the Connect Using Server Advertising Information radio button is set. It indicates that the Axapta client should connect by detecting servers that advertise themselves on the network using an Axapta proprietary protocol. Clicking the Settings button brings up the Connect Settings dialog, shown in Figure 3-26.
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Figure 3-25. The Axapta Configuration Utility s Client tab page
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Figure 3-26. The Axapta Configuration Utility s Connect Settings dialog
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This dialog allows you to specify which AOSs your client can or should connect to. In the Axapta Object Server Mask text box, you specify a name pattern against which AOSs on the network are matched. Specifically, this is the name of the server (or configuration) as listed in the Object Servers control group of the server manager. All servers matching the pattern will be usable by the client. The pattern-matching rules are: The * character matches any character any number of times. The character matches any single character. Additionally, you must specify the computer name by which the respective servers are known on the network (in the Axapta Object Server Host Names text box), or the servers IP addresses (in the Axapta Object Server IP Address Masks text box).
Note The most common is to specify the server host names, as this allows you to explicitly specify in
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