As of DBDOC 11.3, you can run Hyperview as a service. This Hyperview Service behaves as a web server, and serves a specified project file on a specified port. This port will not be accessible to web browsers on other machines unless it is unblocked for TCP communication. For example, if your Hyperview Service is running on port 8001, you would need to make sure there was a hole in the firewall for port 8001.
Hyperview Services access live data in exactly the same manner as desktop Hyperview, i.e. by connecting to a CIUMon. The CIUMon that a Hyperview Service will connect to must be specified in the project file that it is serving, and must be accessible to the machine that it is running on.
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