Gregory Melahn commented on Feb 18, 2009


yes, you would access the quickr server (e.g. as port 7777) and then this would be forwarded by tcpmon to the 'real' quickr server (e.g. 10038), capturing the request/response in the process

 commented on Sep 30, 2008



This is my first wiki comment!

I guess that, after running tcpmon from a client computer, you need to bind the Quickr server as { Link } from the Quickr connector .

Moreover, I guess remote port 10038 is for Quickr for J2EE: dealing with Quickr from Domino, you need to specify a remote port as the Domino http port (usually 80 or else).