How to configure listen IP/port of git daemon in BxMS/RHPAM/RHDM?

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  • The requirement is to connect an IDE to the remote Business Central's git repository. Usually Business Central has the git repository URL as : URI: git://repository1. So in from the IDE, while clicking Clone a Git Repository, the whole URI is shown as git:// Unfortunately, it doesn't connect. netstat command prints the out-put as-
TCP              LISTENING
  • How do to adjust Business Central's configurations to let it's git repository accessible from a remote IDE?
  • How can users access the Business Central Git repository through an external network interface? ex. git://
  • Users need to be able to push rule/process asset changes back to the Business Central Git repository . They are aware to add SSH protocol related system properties to standalone.xml of JBoss EAP 6.x installation to enable pushing changes to Business Central Git repository via SSH protocl. However, users might still like to refer to a sample copy of a standalone.xml file to see how the system-properties are setup to enable SSH protocol for the Business Central Git repository. Is there a file to be referred as an example?
  • I was able to connect my business central git repository running between jbds and business central both running in my desktop.But when i try to connect it to a remote cloud vm machine it always fails.We are using websphere where busniess central is running. Is there any ssh key setup that should be done here ? I saw something like to set the property to our cloud host. Is there any thing else with respect to websphere ?


  • Red Hat JBoss BRMS (BRMS)
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  • Red Hat Process Automation Manager (RHPAM)
    • 7
  • Red Hat Decision Manager (RHDM)
    • 7

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