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Dmitry,

Thanks for your response.

However, your reply raises more questions than it answers.

I didn't know about Kubernetes and having a brief scan through the info, it sounds like a lot of complexity to add to the present Cache installation, doesn't really tell me how Cache and Kubernetes function together and looks like I would end up with a separate entity of code and data for each customer, which is what I'm looking to avoid.

What makes most sense is your comment on working within one database is .. "your application should be designed so, from the beginning.". This is exactly what I'm looking for. Design concepts for the scenario. Are there any Cache documents on this aspect? Any samples?

Thanks,

Rosti.

Further to last comment..

Test Connection fails, so I pressed on to finish and got Atelier to display the Perspective. If I click on the name of my Server thus created, I can right-click it and select Management Portal. I seem to get the most part of the Portal, but I cannot navigate it. It shows the URL as .. 

http://184.107.160.42/csp/sys/UtilHome.csp#

So it appears that something is happening, but how do I get to my CSP files for editing in the various Namespaces?

Rosti.


 

Fabian,

I'm not running Apache. It's a Windows Server 12.

In the test connection, there is an option to use Secure Connection which I left un-selected.

Rosti.

Thanks Robert.. will give that a shot..

Rosti.

Yes John,

I have seen URLs that have just the domain name and suppress the rest. I'm pretty sure there has to be a way of hiding it and still retain the functionality we need.

Rosti.

Thanks Dmitry,

How does this affect the URL? 

Rosti.

Aditi,

Two thoughts.. 

Firstly, you say A is defined as Integer - my experience shows, in cases where the data is seen as a "string" using ".. A>=12345*1 and A<=12390*1.." will ensure the 'numeric' values are used so a 'numeric' rather than 'character' comparison is performed 
Second, adding " order by A*1" on the end of the query will ensure that you see the list in actual numerically sorted order and unlikely to miss some values

Just a thought..

Rosti.