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This is the JBossTS configuration file for running ArjunaCore.
It should be called jbossts-properties.xml.
You need a different version for JTA or JTS usage.
Property values may be literals or be tokens of the form ${p1[,p2][:v]}
in which case the token values are substituted for the values of the corresponding system
properties as follows:
- Any occurance of ${p} with the System.getProperty(p) value.
If there is no such property p defined, then the ${p} reference will remain unchanged.
- If the property reference is of the form ${p:v} and there is no such property p,
then the default value v will be returned.
- If the property reference is of the form ${p1,p2} or ${p1,p2:v} then
the primary and the secondary properties will be tried in turn, before
returning either the unchanged input, or the default value.
The property ${/} is replaced with System.getProperty("file.separator")
value and the property ${:} is replaced with System.getProperty("path.separator").
Note this substitution applies to property values only at the point they are read from
the config file. Tokens in system properties won't be substituted.
<!-- (default is YES) -->
<entry key="CoordinatorEnvironmentBean.commitOnePhase">YES</entry>
<!-- default is under user.home - must be writeable!) -->
<entry key="ObjectStoreEnvironmentBean.objectStoreDir">PutObjectStoreDirHere</entry>
<!-- (default is ON) -->
<entry key="ObjectStoreEnvironmentBean.transactionSync">ON</entry>
<!-- (Must be unique across all Arjuna instances.) -->
<entry key="CoreEnvironmentBean.nodeIdentifier">1</entry>
Base port number for determining a unique number to associate with an instance of the transaction service
(which is needed in order to support multiple instances on the same machine).
Use the value 0 to allow the system to select the first available port number.
If the port number is non-zero and the port is in use then the value will be incremented until either a successful binding
to the loopback address is created or until the the maximum number of ports (specified by the
CoreEnvironmentBean.socketProcessIdMaxPorts property) have been tried or until the port number
reaches the maximum possible port number.
<entry key="CoreEnvironmentBean.socketProcessIdPort">0</entry>
Periodic recovery modules to use. Invoked in the order they appear in the list.
Check for more information
on recovery modules and their configuration when running in various
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.recoveryModuleClassNames">
<!-- Expiry scanners to use (order of invocation is random). -->
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.expiryScannerClassNames">
Add the following to the set of expiryScannerClassNames above to move logs that cannot be completed by failure recovery.
But be sure you know what you are doing and why!
The address and port number on which the recovery manager listens
If running within an AS then the address the AS is bound to (jboss.bind.address) takes precedence
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.recoveryPort">4712</entry>
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.recoveryAddress"></entry>
Use this to fix the port on which the TransactionStatusManager listens,
The default behaviour is to use any free port.
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.transactionStatusManagerPort">0</entry>
Use this to fix the address on which the TransactionStatusManager binds,
The default behaviour is to use the loopback address (ie localhost).
If running within an AS then the address the AS is bound to (jboss.bind.address) takes precedence
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.transactionStatusManagerAddress"></entry>
For cases where the recovery manager is in process with the transaction manager and nothing else uses
the ObjectStore, it is possible to disable the socket based recovery listener by setting this to NO.
Caution: use of this property can allow multiple recovery processes to run on the same ObjectStore
if you are not careful. That in turn can lead to incorrect transaction processing. Use with care.
<entry key="RecoveryEnvironmentBean.recoveryListener">NO</entry>