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From time to time you may need to repair or optimize your MassTransit databases. You can do so easily by using the MySQL Administrator that came with your MySQL installer package.

Optimizing For Windows

  • Log in to the MySQL Administrator
  • Select Catalogs
  • Select the mtdatabase schema
  • Highlight the table(s) you wish to optimize

Summary:

This document outlines the process that users may follow to manually 'register' the MassTransit Web Assistant on Windows platforms.

This process is only necessary if the MassTransit Web Assistant has successfully installed, but will not instantiate when attempting to transfer files via web browser.

Summary:

Provides instructions on configuring MassTransit to work with multiple TCP/IP addresses (multihoming) on both Macintosh and Windows.

For information about multihoming on MassTransit 7, please refer to: http://docs.grouplogic.com/display/MassTransit/MTWeb+with+Multi-homing.

Description:

Normally MassTransit listens on all TCP/IP addresses, but it can be configured to use only specific addresses, or use different ports for different address.

Summary:

This article describes how to tune TCP/IP for maximum performance with MassTransit.

Description:

Explanation & Overview

TCP/IP Settings

Summary:

The MassTransit web client can be deployed remotely to user desktops using SMS or similar technologies. Documentation is available on how to implement this deployment to ensure proper operation of the MassTransit components.

For information on how the MassTransit 7 web client is deployed, please refer to Introduction page of the Web Client User Guide.

Question:

How do I uninstall the MassTransit Web Client Plug-In?

For information on how to uninstall the MassTransit 7 Web Client Plug-In, please refer to Introduction page of the Web Client 7 User Guide.

Summary:

When launching MassTransit Enterprise or Professional, the following error message occurs at startup:

Missing Hardware Key

After dismissing the error dialog, MassTransit fails to open, returning the user to the desktop.

This message only appears where USB hardware keys are implemented.

Summary:

In MassTransit 4.5.1x20 and later versions, MassTransit runs as a service directly. This article describes the new method to install and uninstall MassTransit as a service. It also describes the enhanced scripting capabilities of MassTransit that result from this change.

Summary:

MassTransit 6.0 supports having a MassTransit Server use a remote machine on the local area network for its MySQL databases. This article describes how to install and set up MassTransit with MySQL databases on a remote computer.

For information on how to configure MassTransit 7 with remote MySQL databases, please refer to MassTransit Administrator page.

Summary:

There have been various security changes made to Windows XP operating system in Service Pack 2 including a new Windows firewall. This article answers questions on configuring MassTransit to run under Windows XP Service Pack 2.

Description:

Introduction

This article is written for customers who are using various flavors of MassTransit with a Windows XP operating system. It sheds light on the security enhancements made by Microsoft Corporation in Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2).

Summary:

The PDFs referenced below provide detailed instructions for configuring MassTransit 4.2 and later with supported web servers.

For MassTransit 6.0, these include IIS on Windows and Apache on Mac OS 10.5 Server.

For information on how to configure web servers for MassTransit 7, please refer to the Web Configuration section of the MassTransit 7 documentation.

Question:

How can MassTransit be configured to support inbound FTP connections for file transfers?

 

Answer:

MassTransit servers support inbound connections via FTP. In order to support this, the following procedure is required:

1. Click the "Configuration" button from the MassTransit Navigation bar.

2. Click on the "Incoming Calls" tab, located in the upper-left hand corner of the Configuration window.

3. Click on the "Add" button to create an incoming call method.

Question:

How can individual FTP users access MassTransit mailboxes via URL?

Answer:

In order to access FTP-published mailboxes via URL, the username and password for that individual must be specified. If no username or password is provided in the URL, the FTP client will attempt to connect to the FTP resource anonymously. The username and password may be provided in the URL via the following method:

FTP://username:password@your.domain.com/

Summary:

When a server running the MassTransit Engine runs low on available disk space, the MassTransit Engine will log a low disk space message to the MassTransit log.

This article describes how an administrator can modify the interval used for logging these messages.

Description:

The interval for how often a low disk space message is logged can be configured by a MassTransit administrator. By default, MassTransit logs low disk space messages once every 30 minutes.

To change the interval follow the steps below:

Question:

How can the MassTransit Application Client or Satellite Server connect to multiple Servers?

 

Answer:

The MassTransit Application Client and Satellite Server are designed to allow connections to a single MassTransit Server.

Generally, this is the server that had 'configured' the Application Client or Satellite Server, or has provided an MTCLIENT.CFG key file.

Question:

How can I install the MassTransit 6.1 Web Client on Windows Vista without administrative privileges?

Answer:

Installation of the MassTransit 6.1 Web Client on Windows Vista by users without administrative privileges requires the following:

Summary:

MassTransit allows you to modify the variable that controls the auto-refresh rate of the Web Client log view window.

For information on how to modify the auto-refresh rate of the log view window for web clients of MassTransit 7 servers, please refer to MTWeb page of the MassTransit 7 documentation.

Summary:

This document describes the procedure in which files submitted to a MassTransit Servers prior to MassTransit 6.1.1 may be manually processed via the Job Browser window.

For information on how to process services on MassTransit 7, please refer to the Services page.

Description:

Files that were received by a MassTransit Server, but not automatically processed by a MassTransit service may be manually re-submitted for service processing.

Summary:

Describes how MassTransit file purging works, and explains that MassTransit does not actually delete the files on the disk - those must be removed manually or via an automated script.

For information on how to delete files on MassTransit 7 Servers, please refer to the MassTransit 7 documentation.

Description:

With continued use of a MassTransit server files being transferred will accumulate in the Sent and Received folder within a user's mailbox folder.

Summary:

This document provides instructions for installing MassTransit to run as a Windows service.

Description:

MassTransit Enterprise, Professional, and Satellite server may be configured to execute as a Windows service.

Question:

How Do I Configure a Firewall to Support Directory Services Outside the DMZ?

Answer:

MassTransit 5.1 and later allows for authentication of application and web client contacts against Active Directory on Windows 2000 Server and greater. Because MassTransit systems may sit outside of an organization's firewall in the demilitarized zone (DMZ), it may be necessary to open the ports on a firewall to allow Active Directory queries to pass through without hindrance.

Ports Used by MassTransit

Summary:

The directory services settings located within the MassTransitEngine.cfg file may be modified to search Organizational Units (OUs), as opposed to the default Active Directory "Users" folder.

Summary:

The PDF linked below describes how to hide Priority folders from contacts that are receiving files from a MassTransit Enterprise, Premier, or Standard Server.

Summary:

MassTransit 6.0 offers the capability to specify actions that trigger on file and log events to only run when the filename, pathname, or log text meet particular rules. This feature allows you to better tailor actions to your workflow with out of the box capabilities.

Summary:

MassTransit supports running a variety of program and scripts as action tasks when events occur in MassTransit. There are some important details and limitations about how MassTransit launches these programs and scripts that need to be taken into account when configuring this feature on Windows.

For information about how to ensure proper operation of Launch Process actions on MassTransit 7 and later, please refer to Actions page.

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