Caused by: org.apache.commons.httpclient.URIException: invalid port number
This is often caused by one of the entries in the [last]upload.xconf file having part of a URL miss-interpreted as a port number. This is usually around the colon character. A typical cause of this problem is when credentials are supplied for the upload location. There is a defect in pre 8.4.1 clients which do not treat encoded passwords correctly if the password has a colon character in its encrypted and base-64 encoded form.
http://username:encpassword@server:port/ManageSoftRL where encpassword is the encrypted and URL-Safe Base64 encoded password.
The encrypted and URL-Safe Base64 encoded password can be obtained as follows:
- Take the encrypted and non-URL-Safe Base64 encoded password from the fail-over settings package (e.g. C:\ManageSoft\LocalDeployment\ClientSettings\FailOverSettings\Core Distribution Server\Core Distribution Server.ndc.gz) or the heirarchy.cfg (e.g. C:\ManageSoft\Repository\DeploymentLocations\Common\hierarchy.cfg).
For example, "FRk40djO/0Q="
- Make this encrypted and Base64 encoded password URL-Safe by replacing all / (forward-slash) characters with _ (underscore) and all + (plus) characters with - (minus).
For example, "FRk40djO_0Q="
- Use this modified password to create the URL. For example, https://george:FRk40djO_0Qemail@example.com/ManageSoftRL/
Failover settings packages applied through policy or a scheduled task will be automatically converted into this required URL form.
If further diagnosis of the problem is required, please send us a copy of the the upload.xconf and lastupload.xconf files from /var/opt/managesoft/etc.