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jsarmi@drexel.edu

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Registered: 3/4/05
URLs for ConcertChat have changed
Posted: Dec 13, 2005 5:10 PM
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I just finished cleaning the test database and fixing the final task files for the latest version of concertChat. I also moved it to port 80 to make it more firewall-friendly, now that it is considerably stable. As a result, the URLs that point to the new AND old versions of concertChat are no longer valid. Here is a summary of the changes:

The version of concertChat that we used in May for the pilot was running on port 80, and now runs on port 1354. So the URL for the main page with links to all rooms is:

http://home.old.mathforum.org:1354/concertChat/vmt.jsp

If you have any other "old" URLs, you can simply add :1354 after .org and they should work. All data is preserved, the only change was in the port number.

The new version of concertchat was running on port 1354 with a test database and it is now running on port 80 with a different database. Here is the main URL:

http://home.old.mathforum.org/concertChat/vmtClient.jsp

Notice that this URL does not have a :1354 anymore. If you remove the :1354 part from any URL of the "new" system before I made these changes, it might work. However, since I changed the database, all rooms that we used for testing are gone.

Also, since we are using a new database and all user registrations are gone (sorry for those of you who have registered one too many times already, but there was no way around this). Please start by registering at:

http://home.old.mathforum.org/concertChat/newUser.jsp

Best,

-Johann



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