This is the user interface of the Relativity Admin Tool, which is divided into two panels. The left hand panel is the
Server Tree which lists all the instances of Relativity that have been registered with it and any that have been discovered by ZeroConf. If you have logged in then you can and the right hand panel is the
If you single click on the server name you will see basic details about the server including its name, the address of the server and the license type. If no license has yet been uploaded then you will not be able configure settings.
To upload the license file simply press the Upload License button, navigate to the license file, select it and press Open. It will then be uploaded and verified by the server.
To download your license, if you don't already have it, go to the RemObjects Customer Portal. You will find it under the Your Stuff section, click on "License File Download".
To start working on the configuration for an instance, double click on the server name which will display a tree of sections where you can edit the server settings, the login provider, the domain and its schemas and a panel to see logs from the server.
If no instances of Relativity are listed then you can then press the green + icon which opens the
Relativity Login dialog which you can see below.
The first things you need to specify is the username and password of the Admin user; on a fresh instance of Relativity the default username is Administrator and Password is Relativity.
Next you specify the channel type which is typically
Note if you wish to see what instances of Relativity the admin tool has discovered via ZeroConf, press the ZeroConf icon beside the
Channel Type textfield. A dialog will appear with all the instances which you can then select one of, press okay and then the channel type, server uri and message type will be pre-populated for you.
The Server Uri is the address of the server. Normally instances of Relativity is on port 7099, and those with SSL enabled are on port 8099. These can be changed in the settings. The path in the url depends on the Message Type, so for a BinMessage you use
Lastly set the Message Type to that used by the server you wish to connect to. By default this is BinMessage.