Configuring an EIS Project (ELUG)

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This section describes the various components that you must configure in order to use an EIS project.

For information on how to create EIS projects, see Creating an EIS Project.

This table lists the configurable options for EIS projects.

Option to Configure EclipseLink Workbench Java

Configuring Project Save Location

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring Project Classpath

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring Project Comments

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring Method or Direct Field Access at the Project Level

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring Default Descriptor Advanced Properties

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring Existence Checking at the Project Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring Project Deployment XML Options|

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring Model Java Source Code Options

Supported

Unsupported

Configuring EIS Data Source Platform at the Project Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring EIS Connection Specification Options at the Project Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring XML Parser Platform

Unsupported

Supported

How to Import an XML Schema

Supported

Unsupported.

How to Configure XML Schema Namespace

Supported

Supported

Configuring Cache Type and Size at the Project Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring Cache Isolation at the Project Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring Cache Coordination Change Propagation at the Project Level

Supported

Supported

Configuring Cache Expiration at the Project Level

Supported

Unsupported


For more information, see Introduction to EIS Projects.


Configuring EIS Data Source Platform at the Project Level

For each EIS project, you must specify one of the following JCA data source platforms that you will be using:

  • Oracle AQ
  • Attunity Connect
  • IBM MQSeries

This platform configuration is overridden by the session login, if configured.

For more information, see the following:


How to Configure EIS Data Source Platform at the Project Level Using Workbench

To specify the data source platform of an EIS project, use this procedure:

  1. Select an EIS project object in the Navigator.
  2. Select the Connection Specifications tab in the Editor. The Connection Specifications tab appears.
  3. Select the Connection tab. The Connection tab appears.
    Connection Tab, Platform Option
    Connection Tab, Platform Option
  4. Select the EIS platform for this project from the list of options. For more information, see Data Source Platform Types.


Configuring EIS Connection Specification Options at the Project Level

You can configure connection information at the project level for an EIS application. This information is stored in the project.xml file. The EclipseLink runtime uses this information as its deployment login: whenever your EIS application performs a persistence operation when deployed in a Java EE application server.

This connection configuration is overridden by the connection information at the session level, if configured. For more information about session level configuration, see Configuring EIS Connection Specification Options at the Session Level.


How to Configure EIS Connection Specification Options at the Project Level Using Workbench

To specify the connection information for an EIS project, use this procedure.

  1. Select an EIS project object in the Navigator.
  2. Select the Connection Specifications tab in the Editor. The Connection Specifications tab appears.
  3. Select the Connection tab. The Connection tab appears.
    Connection Tab, Connection Specification Options
    Connection Tab, Connection Specification Options

  4. Complete the fields on the Connection tab.


Use this table to enter data in the following fields to configure the connection specification options:

Field Description
Connection Specification Class

Specify the appropriate connection specification class for the selected Platform. Click Browse to choose from all the classes in the EclipseLink class path. (example: if Platform is org.eclipse.persistence.eis.aq.AQPlatform, use org.eclipse.persistence.eis.aq.AQEISConnectionSpec). For more information on platform configuration, see Configuring an EIS Data Source Platform at the Session Level.

Connection Factory URL Specify the appropriate connection factory URL (as a Java EE JNDI name) for the selected Connection Specification Class (example: java:comp/env/eis/attuntiy).
Username Specify the name required to log in to the data source.
Password

Specify the password required to log in to the data source. Note: When exporting Java source and deployment XML (see Exporting Project Information), Workbench writes the database password (if applicable) using JCE encryption (when using JDK 1.4). For information on how to specify password encryption options, see Configuring Password Encryption.



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