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RE: NetView Web Client - Realms.prp

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Subject: RE: NetView Web Client - Realms.prp
From: Stephen Elliott <selliott@epicrealm.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2000 08:35:27 -0500

I couldn't find that script on the system. Where did you find it?


Steve Elliott
Sr. Network Mgmt. Engineer
epicRealm, Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Brochu [mailto:brochu@attglobal.net]
Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 10:48 AM
To: IBM NetView Discussion
Subject: Re: [NV-L] NetView Web Client - Realms.prp

Try using the nvwc.bat  instead cause the web client doesn`t work well.
This is the information found in the file Running.html.

>>Several problems may occur when the web client is run in a browser without
Java Plug-in. Including:
>>             The user may be required to log in twice, once via the web
log in dialog, and again through the browser's HTTP >>authorization dialog.
>>             The web client runs slowly.
>>             Out of memory errors occur.
>>             Some Menu items have the wrong display strings and are not
>>        When no Java Plug-in is available, we strongly recommend that you
the web client as an application.

Stephen Elliott wrote:

> All,
> Has anyone noted a problem using the web client with more than one
> user/password pair listed in the Realms.prp or NetViewRealm.prp files? I
> added a 2nd and after logging in I rec'd another authorization pop-up
> requiring a login. It won't allow any entry and the web browser locks up.
> The new UID/passwords are valid for and work with NetView console
> Any info is appreciated.
> Regards,
> Steve Elliott
> Sr. Network Mgmt. Engineer
> epicRealm, Inc.
> 214-570-4560
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