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connect to server at port 6423-animation failure 6 replies Latest Post - ‏2015-06-07T06:20:42Z by ReuvenGallant Display:ConversationsBy Date 1-7 of 7 Previous Next ReuvenGallant 270001TN70 10 Posts Pinned topic Could not connect to server at port 6423-animation failure ‏2015-05-28T15:47:19Z | Tags: Answered question This question has been answered. Unanswered question This question has not been answered yet. The following problem is intermittent, but vexing. It does not always occur. In this particular instance using Rhapsody 8.0.5. and 8.1( tried both) Windows Server 2008 the relevant settings in Rhapsody.ini are: EnableMultipleAnimation=TRUE AnimationPortNumber=6423 AnimationPortRange=500 the port does not show up in http://chwalisz.org/2012/10/07/rhapsody-desktop-script-error/ output from netstat -a The error reported is: Could not connect to server at port 6423 Error No. : 10061 Connection to Rhapsody failed, Running without animation. Log in to reply. JeanZ 270002T9Y4 312 Posts Re: Could not connect to server at port 6423-animation failure ‏2015-06-01T07:11:15Z This is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. Hi, Looks like it's anexistedproductdefect https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/html/topic?id=4a8ddbc6-4704-4e58-b56b-41bb48d608ba It being fixed on 8.1.2.1 and you could check the available workaround. Good Luck Regards Log in to reply. ReuvenGallant 270001TN70 10 Posts Re: Could not connect to server at port 6423-animation failure ‏2015-06-01T09:05:41Z This is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. JeanZ 270002T9Y4 ‏2015-06-01T07:11:15Z Hi, Looks like it's anexistedproductdefect It being fixed on 8.1.2.1 and you could check the available workaround. Good Luck Regards More... It is a different problem: The problem occurs even with a single animation session. Port 6423 does not appear in netstat -a, not even for listening The compiler is Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (but also occurs with other versions of Visual Studio) Log in to reply. ReuvenGallant 270001TN70 10 Posts Re: Could not connect to server at port 6423-animation failure ‏2015-06-02T05:09:52Z This is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. ReuvenGallant 270001TN70 ‏2015-06-01T09:05:41Z It is a different problem: The problem occurs even with a single animation session. Port 6423 does not appear in netstat -a, not even for listening The compiler is Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (but also occurs with other versions of Visual Studio) More...

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