3.4.2 Using the POF Configuration File System Property
The default pof-config.xml POF configuration file is located in the root of the coherence.jar library. Coherence is configured out-of-box to use the first pof-config.xml file that is found on the classpath. To use a different pof-config.xml file, the file must be located on the classpath and must precede the coherence.jar library; otherwise, the default pof-config.xml file that is located in the coherence.jar library is used.
The POF configuration file should be customized for a particular application. The default POF configuration file references the coherence-pof-config.xml file. This is where the Coherence specific user types are defined and should always be included when creating a POF configuration file.
The tangosol.pof.config system property is used to specify a custom POF configuration deployment descriptor to be used instead of the default pof-config.xml file. The system property provides an easy way to switch between different configurations and is convenient during development and testing.
Enter the name of the file as a value of the tangosol.pof.config system property. This is typically done as a -D Java option when starting a Coherence node. If the file is not located in the classpath, enter the full (or relative) path to the file and the name. The system property also supports the use of a URL when specifying the location of a POF configuration file.
The following example starts a cache server and specifies a POF configuration deployment descriptor called MyPOF.xml that is located in COHERENCE_HOME .
3.4.3 Combining Multiple POF Configuration Files
The element is used within a POF configuration deployment descriptor to include user types that are defined in different POF configuration deployment descriptors. This allows user types to be organized in meaningful ways, such as by application or development group.
When combining multiple POF configuration files, each user type that is defined must have a unique . If no type identifier is included, then the type identifiers are based on the order in which the user types appear in the composite configuration file.
Add an element whose value is the name of a POF configuration file. If the file is not located in the classpath, enter the full (or relative) path to the file and the name. A URL can also be used to locate the file.
3.4.4 Viewing Which POF Configuration Files are Loaded
The output for a Coherence node indicates the location hookupdate.net/es/chatspin-review/ and name of the POF configuration deployment descriptors that are loaded at startup. The configuration messages are among the messages that display after the Coherence copyright text is emitted and are associated with the cache service that is configured to use POF. The output is especially helpful when developing and testing Coherence applications and solutions.
3.5 Specifying Management Configuration Files
report group configuration file – A report group configuration file is used to list the name and location of report definition files and the output directory where reports are written. The name and location of this file is defined in the operational deployment descriptor. By default, the report-group.xml file is used and is located in the /reports directory of the coherence.jar . Additional report group configuration file are provided and custom report group files can be created as required.
report configuration files – A report configuration file defines a report and results in the creation of a report file that displays management information for a particular set of metrics. Report configuration files must be referenced in a report group configuration file to be used at run time. The default report configuration files are located in the /reports directory of the coherence.jar and are referenced by the default report group configuration file. Custom report configuration files can be created as required.