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Peaceful Co-Existence

  Asked By: Tessa    Date: Mar 26    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 688

We have a box that has OpenText LiveLink and some other software
loaded... using both IIS 5.0 and the New Atlanta Java engine.

When SPPS was loaded, the machine went haywire... all browser windows
disappeared at random without any error or GPF messages.

We built a brand new machine ground up and it worked fine. Then, the
sysadmin added SPPS and it went tango uniform again.

Any way to get SharePoint to peacefully co-exist with the other suite
of software?



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Adya Deshmane     Answered On: Mar 26

Don't think that's recommended. SPS is a resource intensive
application, particularly the search engine. OpenText Livelink is
resource intensive as well. Articles to check out:
files/027/001/816/msdncompositedoc.xml might help.

I'm sure I'd set up SPS as standalone. Definitely don't want to mix
SPS and a Java servelet engine.

Answer #2    Answered By: Siobhan Waller     Answered On: Mar 26

Yes, keep in mind that both OT Livelink and MS SPS make changes to IIS
and neither play well with others for that reason. There is little
chance of a peaceful coexistence... But why do you need Livelink? Is
there something you are using it for that you can't migrate yet?

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