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Unfortunately it looks like nothing like such a big picture exist.
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there are default ports for each application available on the BMC Wiki (for that application) e.g.
However, all these ports can be changed from the defaults therefore it will depend on the implementation to what ports are used i.e. if you have separate servers for all applications, you could use the standard "443" as the default SSL port across all the apps as there will be no port conflicts.
If installing multiple applications on a single server, then port conflicts come into play and you need different ports across the applications.
For the Ports part of the request these are useful links.
thanks a lot
The referred information is rather ambiguous.
Take for example this:
Application to server platform communication
Internal communication between the application and the platform.
Remedy Mid Tier access to configure the platform server settings over the network.
It states that the communication is HTTP traffic on port 9988. It doesn't clearly state from where to where.
The reality the information needed for this is that the Mid Tier (source ip) connects from a random port (source port) to AR System on DWP Catalog server (destination ip) listening on port 9988 (destination port) using the TCP protocol (protocol).
9988 is the port the AR System is listening to. It is a proprietary protocol over TCP.
A TCP connection is defined by source ip:source port -> destination ip: destination port. The source is side initiating the connection. Bidirectional gives no indication on which side is listening or which side initiates the connection.