Invalid Ior Null
Created by veer on 05/13/2004. Modified: 05/13/2004 11:17
NotesException: Could not get IOR from Domino Server: Invalid IOR null
When create a remote session from Java, using the servername "abc/domain" comes up with the above error. Replacing the server name with the ip addresses, fixes this.
The other reasons are said to be, when the diiop process is not running on the server, the above error occurs.
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Trying to see if this goes to you now.
jason on 08/14/2005 08:18 PM
I have same quistion,I do above ,but the quistion is same ,why?
yuwanqin on 06/28/2006 12:14 AM
The value of this hostname is the DNS hostname NOT the Lotus Server and Domain name ! If you use something like server27/mydomain in Lotus will work, but in Java IIOP connection will fail !! For the Java connection you MUST use the DNS hostname like server27.production.org ok ! :) And of course the IP will work since it will skip the DNS lookup and make the TPC/IP connection directly ! ;)
Carlos Saltos on 09/06/2006 11:52 AM
AND Do not forget to start the DIIOP Task in the Domino Server !!!! ;)
Carlos Saltos on 09/06/2006 11:55 AM
jignesh on 01/03/2008 06:05 AM
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