Change WebOrb default port from 2037 to what you want

I’ve been using WebOrb for almost a year now. Sometimes it’s a great experience, sometimes less (like any other product I have ever used).

I have been running production machines for a client. This client request to test the WebOrb service on another port other then 2037 (default).

It’s actually quite simple to create, but not intuitive.

If you are using WebOrb from the command line, you have a setting called “port”. All you have to do is run the command with the port param and everything will work great.

Like so:

[shell]

c:\inetpub\wwwroot\weborb30\weborbee.exe -port 1935

[/shell]

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