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You can choose to start and stop your Teamwork Server instance either from the Graphical User Interface (GUI) or the terminal console (required for headless UNIX/Linux installations), using the no GUI file. Choose the startup instructions below according to your operating system.

 

Starting/Stopping a Teamwork Server instance with a GUI 

Starting Teamwork Server instance with a GUI

Note

To keep the Teamwork Server session running, add the Teamwork Server as a service. To add the Teamwork Server as a service, learn here.

Windows

  1. Do one of the following:
    • On the Windows taskbar, click Start, and select MagicDraw Teamwork Server form the program list.
    • OpenMagicDraw Teamwork Server installation\bin and double-click the teamwork_server.exe file.

      We recommend starting the Teamwork Server as an administrator. Right click the teamwork_server.exe file. Select Run as administrator from the shortcut menu.

  2. In the Import Configuration dialog, do one of the following:
    • If you want to import environment options from an earlier Teamwork Server version, select the location and click Import.
    • If you want to use the default options, click Use Default.
  3.  Click the Start Teamwork Server button. 

 

The Teamwork Server default port is 1100. If you want to change the port, do the following:

 Change the server port for the current launch
  1. Run teamwork_server.exe in the server bin folder. The Teamwork Server startup dialog opens.
  2. Click the Change Server Port button and enter the new server port. This port is used when launching the server, or when adding the Windows service.

The Teamwork Server exports remote objects only through the RMI registry port.

MAC OS

  1. Open the Application / MagicDraw Teamwork Server installation folder and double-click the MagicDraw Teamwork Server.app file.
  2.  Click the Start Teamwork Server button. 

UNIX

  1. Open the MagicDraw Teamwork Server installation/bin folder and double-click the teamwork_server file.
  2.  Click the Start Teamwork Server button.  

 

Stopping a Teamwork Server instance with a GUI

Windows

  • In the <Teamwork Server installation>/bin folder, double click the stop_teamwork_server.exe.

MAC OS

  • In the <Teamwork Server installation>/bin folder, double click the stop_teamwork_server.app.

UNIX

  • In the command line, type the following command:

    service teamwork stop


Starting/Stopping a Teamwork Server instance with no GUI

If you do not have a graphical user interface such as a Linux/Unix server or Windows server, you can launch Teamwork Server using the No GUI option. Choose the startup/stop instructions below according to your operating system.

 

Note

To keep the Teamwork Server session running, add the Teamwork Server as a service. To add the Teamwork Server as a service, learn here.

 

Starting Teamwork server with no GUI

Windows

  • From PowerShell or the command terminal run:

    $teamwork_install_dir/bin/teamwork_server_nogui.exe

Linux/Unix/MacOS

 

  1. From the terminal run:

    $teamwork_install_dir/bin/teamwork_server_nogui
  2. Follow instructions to verify your license (if needed)


Stopping Teamwork Server with no GUI

Windows

  • From PowerShell or the command terminal run:

     $teamwork_install_dir/bin/stop_teamwork_server.exe

MacOSX

 

  •  In the command line, type the following command: 

     $teamwork_install_dir/bin/stop_teamwork_server.app

     

Linux/Unix

 

  •  In the command line, type the following command: 

    service teamwork stop

     



 Now you should be able to start working with your Teamwork Server successfully. 

If you run into any further problems with installation, please try:


 More information about working with Teamwork Server

If you need more information than provided on this page, read the following pages to learn about adding or removing Teamwork Server as a service, moving, updating, upgrading, or uninstalling Teamwork Server, and installing the Administrator Console.

 

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