Manage TIBCO Rendezvous
The only reason you would ever use this functionality is if you change the TIBCO ports for TIBCO Rendezvous Agent (rva) or TIBCO Rendezvous Routing Daemon (rvrd) after installation. The changes being made here only affect the topology tool, a Java WebStart application.
Choose Administration > Tibco > Tibco Manager and follow these steps:
Step 1 After you choose Administration > Tibco > Tibco Manager, a window appears as shown in Figure 69-1.
Figure 69-1 TIBCO Rendezvous
Step 2 From Figure 69-1, click connection, as described in Step 3; and click change state, as described in Step 4. These are choices in the left column of Figure 69-1.
Step 3 In Figure 69-1, when you click connection, a window appears as shown in Figure 69-2.
Figure 69-2 Connection Configuration
If you must change the rva port number from the existing value, change the Accept Client Connections on Listen Port: field to your new rva port number for Prime Fulfillment. If you must change the rvrd port number from the existing value, change the service field to your new rvrd port number for Prime Fulfillment. Then click Submit. Then Figure 69-2 returns with the new value and a note that says "Configuration change will take effect after RVA is re-activated. To re-activate RVA set it into idle state and then back to active state."
Step 4 In Figure 69-1, click change state, follow the instructions, and you complete this functionality.
Step 5 From a terminal window, change to the bin directory of your Prime Fulfillment installation, such as /opt/PrimeFulfillment/bin.
Step 6 Source the Prime Fulfillment environment file in the $PRIMEF_HOME/bin directory:
•For K Shell or Bash - use the command $PRIMEF_HOME/bin/vpnenv.sh
Step 7 To start the script, at the command line type updateWebStartJars.
The next time you start a Java WebStart, such as the topology tool, these changes are in effect.