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Can i change the port of a message proxy in SoaTest Server?

angrymouse
angrymouse Posts: 10

By default, with http a message proxy uses port 9080, can i change that for a specific proxy to use something like 80 or 443?

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  • OmarR
    OmarR Posts: 234 admin

    Good morning,

    What version of the tool are you currently using?
    Http listeners were introduced in v9.10.4 that allow a message proxy to listen at any port and catch all traffic to and from the ecosystem.

    Unfortunately, this is not possible for older versions of the tool where all proxies are tied to the same port. You may choose to change the default port under Parasoft>Preferences>Server settings.

    If you don't have v9.10.4 or newer, you may download the community version of Virtualize and give http listeners a shot: https://software.parasoft.com/virtualize/community-edition/

  • angrymouse
    angrymouse Posts: 10

    I'm using a common server to all in my job, idk what version it is but my local licenced virtualize version is 9.10.2 . I'll try to use that version.

  • angrymouse
    angrymouse Posts: 10
    edited July 2018

    I was try to test new Virtualize version but the download file of version 9.10.5 are corrupted, i downloaded it two times and i'm getting the error bellow.

  • OmarR
    OmarR Posts: 234 admin

    I couldn't reproduce the issue on my end. I downloaded the installer (from CE email) and verified the checksum successfully. I recommend reaching out to our support team at support-us@parasoft.com for further assistance!

  • angrymouse
    angrymouse Posts: 10

    Tested with virtualize 9.10.5, i could change the http ports directly in the proxy configurations of the server and it work well.
    Unfortunately our organization are using the 9.10.2 in our server, RIP.
    Thanks for the answer.