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HELP: Can't Register Applications CCM and QM on new CLM 2012 Install

Ken Creager (6542220) | asked Nov 14 '12, 4:52 p.m.
I have a distributed setup, CLM 2012, WAS 7.

Server 1:  jts and rm
Server 2: ccm
Server 3: qm

All of them are working great independantly, but I can't get the JTS to register the CCM and QM applications.  I put in the URL, I cut and past from my up and running CCM server and my QM server.  And it doesn't work...

This is the first part of the error, I have no clue how to resolve this:

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Eric Solomon (911) | answered Nov 15 '12, 4:02 p.m.
And here is the the 4.0.1 version of the topic:
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Rosa Naranjo (2.9k11723) | answered Nov 14 '12, 5:20 p.m.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'they are working great independently', but here is a topic from the 40 infocenter that may help.  It is about running JTS/setup which you need to do once you have installed and deployed all your CLM apps to their respective machines and app servers.  Setup takes you through a number of required steps including but not limited to registering your applications.  The topic even tells you what the correct discovery URL is for each application you are trying to register.

You should review your steps top to bottom using the interactive installation guide

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Ken Creager (6542220) | answered Nov 15 '12, 4:09 p.m.
as it turns out its a simple answer - IT DOES NOT WORK if you use the URL you actually put in the web client or any other client - you have to add "/scr" to the end of the URL.

That's pretty obscure and took me a long time to find some reference to it.  They need to update the documentation, it would be even better it on the actual SETUP on in the JTS Admin Console where you add Applications, it the instructions SAID, this URL is a DISCOVERY URL (it's different) it's your normal URL plus scr on the end!

Thanks for the comments everyone

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