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Terry 2007-06-29 11:37 AM

Web Interface
 
Pretty neat. Via the Internet I entered a new action in the inbox while viewing in OmniWeb. Sure enough, it's in OF.

I may have a conflict, though. While in Inbox view, when I click [b]@[/b] to get back to Context view, nothing happens except my Trader Workstation (Interactive Brokers) app get the focus. I don't know enough about ports and sockets to determine where the conflict lies.

When I initially open the Web interface, Context view opens fine. Going to Inbox view is also no problem, it's only when trying to get back to Context view that the problem presents itself.

After the markets close I'll shutdown Trader Workstation and see if the behavior goes away.

When I checked the Web interface locally I didn't have this behavior.

I'm using port 3000 as that was what the link showed.

Lizard 2007-06-29 03:30 PM

With the behavior you describe, it's more likely a bug in the communication between the web server and Focus, not in the ports and networking stuff.

dansays 2007-06-29 07:23 PM

"Safari can't open the page because it could not establish a secure connection to the server."

Perhaps the iPhone can't handle self-signed certificates?

Terry 2007-06-29 09:19 PM

[QUOTE=Lizard]With the behavior you describe, it's more likely a bug in the communication between the web server and Focus, not in the ports and networking stuff.[/QUOTE]

With Trader Workstation closed, i still can't get back to context view using the @ link at the bottom, locally or the Internet.

I can right-click the @ and select "Open link in new tab", or new window, or background tab, and the Context view will open fine. Just not in the existing tab.

Of course the original bookmark opens Context view as well.

Terry 2007-06-30 10:20 AM

88508 seems to have fixed the problem. Clicking the @ now takes me back to the Context view. So far.

Darn, this would be great on an iPhone. Too back I don't have AT&T service in Burlington, Vermont.

velomac 2007-06-30 12:40 PM

I'm missing something here. How do I activate the web interface?

Terry 2007-06-30 01:02 PM

[QUOTE=velomac]I'm missing something here. How do I activate the web interface?[/QUOTE]

In OF Preferences.

You can turn it on and off. View it locally, or setup port forwarding to view it on the web. It's using port 3000.

SpiralOcean 2007-07-01 06:22 AM

Very cool. It's the first time I've had a great reason to share my web connection from home.

sohailm01 2007-07-01 06:10 PM

Same issue here
 
[QUOTE=dansays]"Safari can't open the page because it could not establish a secure connection to the server."

Perhaps the iPhone can't handle self-signed certificates?[/QUOTE]


Any ideas?

Terry 2007-07-01 07:16 PM

Well, using Safari is rather interesting. Once I go through the certificate warning, the Context page loads, but I can't do anything. Can't get to the Inbox or see the actions. Clicking on any link does absolutely nothing.


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