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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-03-14T19:55:45Z by llandale
llandale
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Pinned topic doors.exe on Server

‏2013-03-11T19:23:59Z |
Using Task manager, I see "doors.exe" is running on the DOORS server; one under "system" and one under my partner who had logged out. Anybody got any idea what that is about? Perhaps it is started as part of DWA?

-Louie
Updated on 2013-03-14T19:55:45Z at 2013-03-14T19:55:45Z by llandale
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: doors.exe on Server

    ‏2013-03-14T18:44:00Z  
    Yes, the DWA "Interoperation Server" is actually DOORS client. On Windows platform you can use the normal Windows client, but of course on Linux/Solaris/Whatever you have to have the correct interop package for that OS, as there are no DOORS clients released for these operating systems.

    There can be many of these interop servers running simultaneously, but are they be with different user accounts?

    • Pekka Mäkinen - http://www.softqa.eu/
  • llandale
    llandale
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    Re: doors.exe on Server

    ‏2013-03-14T19:55:45Z  
    Yes, the DWA "Interoperation Server" is actually DOORS client. On Windows platform you can use the normal Windows client, but of course on Linux/Solaris/Whatever you have to have the correct interop package for that OS, as there are no DOORS clients released for these operating systems.

    There can be many of these interop servers running simultaneously, but are they be with different user accounts?

    • Pekka Mäkinen - http://www.softqa.eu/
    I see two "doors.exe" on the server; one runs under "System" the other under the specific name of the admin running the activate-DWA script. It is a windows OS and I use Remote Desktop Connection to log in.

    We are having DWA problems, nobody here knows anything about DWA ... and my hackles are up over this.

    -Louie