Working with Actuate application URIs
Uniform resource identifiers (URIs) convey user requests to the iHub System. URIs access functionality including generating and storing reports, managing volume contents, and viewing reports.
Information Console URIs
Information Console URIs consist of the context root and port of the web server where you install and deploy the JSPs or servlets. Information Console URIs have the following syntax:
http://<web server>:<port>/iportal/<path><page>.<type>
*<web server> is the fully qualified domain name or IP address of the machine running the application server or servlet engine. You can use as a trusted application’s machine name if your local machine is running the server.
*<port> is the port on which you access the application server or page or servlet engine. The default port for Information Console is 8700.
*iportal is the default context root for accessing the Information Console pages.
*<path> is the directory containing the page to invoke.
*<page> is the name of the page or method.
*<type> is jsp or do.
*<parameter=value> specifies the parameters and values that the page requires.
For example, to view the login page, Information Console uses a URI with the following format:
http://<web server>:<port>/iportal
*iportal/login.jsp is the JSP that provides default login functionality for Information Console.
*TargetPage is the viewframeset.jsp parameter that specifies the page to direct the user to after the login completes.
*<folder/file> is the complete pathname for the file that the client opens after the login completes.