What are the default ports for the TRIRIGA Application Platform?


These are the default ports when installing WebSphere Liberty and TRIRIGA 3.4.2+. Note that there are 3 entries from application/process server to each database type. Your installation will only use 1 of those default ports. Any of these ports is configurable in their respective configuration. The purpose of this wiki page is to show the default ports, not to detail how to change them. Refer to the installation and configuration documentation of that particular tier on how to change the ports.

  • Client Browser > Web Server > http on port 80
  • Client Browser > HTTPS Web Server > https on port 443
  • System Admin’s Browser > Application Server > http on port 8001, for direct access to the TRIRIGA System Admin Console
  • System Admin’s Browser > Process Server > http on port 8001
  • Web Server > Liberty Application Server > http/proxy on port 8001
  • Application Server > Oracle Database Server > jdbc on port 1521
  • Application Server > MSSQL Database Server > jdbc on port 1443
  • Application Server > DB2 Database Server > jdbc on port 1521
  • Application Server > BIRT Process Server > birt on port defined in TRIRIGAWEB.properties
  • Application Server > Crystal Server > rpt on port 1566
  • Application Server > Brava > http on port 8080
  • Process Server > Oracle Database Server > jdbc on port 1521
  • Process Server > MSSQL Database Server > jdbc on port 1443
  • Process Server > DB2 Database Server > jdbc on port 50001
  • Process Server > Outgoing Mail Server > smtp on port 25
  • Process Server > Incoming Mail Server > pop3 on port 110
  • Process Server > Incoming Mail Server > imap on port 143
  • Process Server > Incoming Mail Server > imaps on port 944

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