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Hi there,

Is it possible to have one instance of an application with multiple service and catalog URIs?

I need to connect the single app to multiple appservers, depending on the clients using the application.

Thanks in advance,

Meyrick.

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  • Hi Meyrick,
     
    You can upload multiple catalog files into Mobile App Builder. You have to specify catalog URIs as comma separated values. If are you using Session Service to establish a session then you can directly provide Catalog URIs in SessionService_Settings page.
     
    Hope this helps,
    Sanjeev.
     
     
    From: mflanegan [mailto:bounce-mflanegan@community.progress.com]
    Sent: 13 February 2015 PM 12:46
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    Thread created by mflanegan

    Hi there,

    Is it possible to have one instance of an application with multiple service and catalog URIs?

    I need to connect the single app to multiple appservers, depending on the clients using the application.

    Thanks in advance,

    Meyrick.

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  • Thanks for the reply.
     
    We aren’t needing multiple cat URIs, we are needing the cat URI to change depending on the client connecting to the application.
    Each client has a different Database, which will have an appserver linked to it.
     
    Sorry for not being clear in the beginning.
     
    Thanks,
    Meyrick.
     

    Meyrick Flanegan

    Developer - Managed Services

    Email: mflanegan@elcb.co.za

     

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    From: Sanjeev Reddy [mailto:bounce-sanreddy@community.progress.com]
    Sent: 13 February 2015 09:21 AM
    To: TU.Mobile@community.progress.com
    Subject: RE: [Technical Users - Mobile] Mobile applications URIs
     
    Reply by Sanjeev Reddy
    Hi Meyrick,
     
    You can upload multiple catalog files into Mobile App Builder. You have to specify catalog URIs as comma separated values. If are you using Session Service to establish a session then you can directly provide Catalog URIs in SessionService_Settings page.
     
    Hope this helps,
    Sanjeev.
     
     
    From: mflanegan [mailto:bounce-mflanegan@community.progress.com]
    Sent: 13 February 2015 PM 12:46
    To: TU.Mobile@community.progress.com
    Subject: [Technical Users - Mobile] Mobile applications URIs
     
    Thread created by mflanegan

    Hi there,

    Is it possible to have one instance of an application with multiple service and catalog URIs?

    I need to connect the single app to multiple appservers, depending on the clients using the application.

    Thanks in advance,

    Meyrick.

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  • Hello Meyrick,

    A possible way to do what you are looking for is to set the serviceURI and catalogURIs prior to the Login to the service.

    If you are using the Login page that is part of the Session-enabled template, then you can see that there is a Run JavaScript action associated with the button where a validation occurs.

    You could change the code and set the following properties:

      SessionService_Session.serviceSettings.serviceURI

      SessionService_Session.serviceSettings.catalogURIs

      SessionService_Session.serviceSettings.authenticationModel

    (Note: Templates that are based on the appconfig.js file use an AppConfigProcessor() function where these properties are set.)

    I hope this helps.

  • Thanks Edsel. I will look into this.
     

    Meyrick Flanegan

    Developer - Managed Services

    Email: mflanegan@elcb.co.za

     

    ELCB Information Services (Pty) Ltd

    Customer Service Email  elcb@elcb.co.za · www.elcb.co.za

    E A S T  L O N D O N

    Tel: +27(43)  704 0700

    Fax: +27(43) 704 0701

    J O H A N N E S B U R G

    Tel: +27(11) 879 6179

    Fax: +27(11) 454 0384

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    From: egarcia [mailto:bounce-egarcia@community.progress.com]
    Sent: 13 February 2015 01:19 PM
    To: TU.Mobile@community.progress.com
    Subject: RE: [Technical Users - Mobile] Mobile applications URIs
     
    Reply by egarcia

    Hello Meyrick,

    A possible way to do what you are looking for is to set the serviceURI and catalogURIs prior to the Login to the service.

    If you are using the Login page that is part of the Session-enabled template, then you can see that there is a Run JavaScript action associated with the button where a validation occurs.

    You could change the code and set the following properties:

      SessionService_Session.serviceSettings.serviceURI

      SessionService_Session.serviceSettings.catalogURIs

      SessionService_Session.serviceSettings.authenticationModel

    (Note: Templates that are based on the appconfig.js file use an AppConfigProcessor() function where these properties are set.)

    I hope this helps.

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