Domino scan using DIIOP mode fails with error "Could not get IOR from Domino Server"
Last Updated May 31, 2012
You have configured a Domino scan using DIIOP mode but the scan fails with error "Could not get IOR from Domino Server"
1. Ensure the DIIOP (Domino IIOP) task is running Open the Server document in the Domino Directory (names.nsf). On the Ports -> Internet Ports -> DIIOP tab, specify the "TCP/IP port number" for DIIOP (which typically is 63148). Also, set "TCP/IP port status" to Enabled.
2. Ensure the HTTP task is running
The HTTP task also must be run in order to get the IOR. In the Server document, go to the Ports -> Internet Ports -> Web tab. Specify the TCP/IP port number for HTTP. By default, the HTTP task uses port 80.
3. Enable database browsing over the network
To access a database without knowing its file name (as the Portlet Factory Domino Builders do), you must allow browsing over the network. In the Server document, go to the Internet Protocols -> HTTP -> R5 Basics tab. Set "Allow HTTP clients to browse databases" to Yes.
4. Enable Anonymous authentication
In the Server document, go to the Ports -> Internet Ports -> Web tab. Ensure that the authentication settings are set to allow Anonymous authentication.
Accessing the following site should then returned a line stating with IOR