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[Imported] WebX and Database Manager

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User: AaronJust, originally posted: 2019-02-25 04:46:57 Id:370
Is it possible to configure IIS to work with ClearSCADA using a database other than (Default)?

I used database manager to create two new databases instead of using the default one, and (kind of as expected) the web services don't work properly (e.g. Schema).


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Reply From User: geoffpatton, posted: 2019-02-25 16:31:56
The original WebX uses port 80 by default. You can edit it in the Server Configuration. It is under System Configuration and then WebX.


Reply From User: JesseChamberlain, posted: 2019-02-26 01:40:08
Schema is on DBServer hosted WebX, so you can change that in ServerConfig as Geoff says.

With IIS hosted WebX you need to mess around with the IIS configuration, which isn't very supported and I wouldn't really recommend. Dustin wrote a [quite good article](https://du5tin.com/2017/06/28/secure-clearscada-webx/ "quite good article") that is relevant.

But really, if you want to do this kind of thing you should upgrade to CS2017R3, where you get a WebX System Configuration tool, which means you don't need to mess around, just add the WebX connection same as you would a client connection.

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Re: [Imported] WebX and Database Manager

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Reply From User: geoffpatton, posted: 2019-02-25 16:31:56
The original WebX uses port 80 by default. You can edit it in the Server Configuration. It is under System Configuration and then WebX.


Reply From User: JesseChamberlain, posted: 2019-02-26 01:40:08
Schema is on DBServer hosted WebX, so you can change that in ServerConfig as Geoff says.

With IIS hosted WebX you need to mess around with the IIS configuration, which isn't very supported and I wouldn't really recommend. Dustin wrote a [quite good article](https://du5tin.com/2017/06/28/secure-clearscada-webx/ "quite good article") that is relevant.

But really, if you want to do this kind of thing you should upgrade to CS2017R3, where you get a WebX System Configuration tool, which means you don't need to mess around, just add the WebX connection same as you would a client connection.