Product: Transaction Manager
Article Link: http://help.truecommerce.com/en/articles/3833573-transaction-manager-change-the-integration-service-port-settings
The TrueCommerce Integration Service is a locally installed application to facilitate communication between Transaction Manager and your local network.
If you're utilizing the legacy Integration Service (Option 1 under the Advanced Integration Settings), you may need to check the Integration Service port settings, which can help verify that the service is running correctly.
To check the Port Settings:
First, you’ll need to verify which Integration Service port is running on the Windows account you’re signed into. Double click the Transaction Manager Integration Service icon in the system tray.
The following pop-up will appear:
The third line from the top indicates that ports 29292 and 29293 are running on this account. The first port, 29292, is for the Silverlight version of Transaction Manager and the second port, 29293, is for the Foundry version of Transaction Manager.
(On October 12, 2021, Microsoft will end support for Silverlight. Please be aware that the Silverlight version of Transaction Manager will be available through the end of 2021. For more information, check out this article.)
Please note that while 29292/29293 are the ‘default’ ports for the Transaction Manager Integration Service in a standalone environment, customers in a terminal server environment or using a single machine with the capability of having multiple usernames logged in will have ports ranging from 49152 to 65535.
Next, you’ll want to verify that the port matches the setting in Transaction Manager. Log into Transaction Manager on the Foundry platform. Under the Transaction Manager menu, click Integration Settings.
Confirm that the port is correct in the Integration Service Port field.
To change a port:
Go To: C:\Program Files (x86)\True Commerce\TmoIntegrationService
Locate and select: TcIntegrationServiceUserPortManager.exe
Right click, and choose Run as Administrator
Change the Assigned port. If you have a terminal server environment or are using a single machine with the capability of having multiple usernames logged in, you'll select a port ranging from 49152 to 65535.
Click Tools, select Unregister Ports, and select All. Follow the prompts to allow.
6. Finally, click File and click Save.
Go ahead and restart the Integration Service. When you open the Integration Service, it will show you having 65000/65001.
Finally, go ahead and update the port settings within Foundry. This article will show you where to find the settings!