Server Configuration for HTTP Delivery
Universal Messaging can serve web content over both HTTP and HTTPS communication modes. This section discusses the steps necessary to configure a realm server to deliver web content over HTTP.
Creating a Universal Messaging HTTP (nhp) Interface
Note that since version 7, Universal Messaging ships with an HTTP Interface enabled by default.
Universal Messaging provides its own protocol, the Universal Messaging HTTP Protocol (nhp) for the delivery of web content over HTTP. For web communication to take place an interface using this protocol must be created. Creating an interface can be done through the enterprise manager.
Serving Content through File Plugins
Note that since version 7, Universal Messaging ships with a file plugin with the base path /lib/js and the above configuration.
The file plugin which points to your web content is configured in a similar way. The BasePath should point to the fully qualified path of your web directory. The URL Path is the resource location relative to your address. For example, serving content from the root of the website can be done by setting a URL Path of /
Comet Configuration Properties
The Universal Messaging enterprise manager also provides realm wide configuration settings for Comet. These are available in the enterprise manager from the Comet Config panel.