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From Gianny Damour <gianny.dam...@optusnet.com.au>
Subject Re: Is geronimo compatible with resource adapters deployed in weblogic
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2004 14:27:06 GMT
On 12/08/2004 6:20 PM, Sai Arunachalam wrote:

>Hi,
>    I would be happy to know as to what would be the equivalents for
>the following 4 tags that are part of weblogic-ra.xml  (weblogic
>specific deployment descriptor for resource adapters).
>
>weblogic has what is known as a principal map for security:
>
><security-principal-map> 
>  
>
Geronimo defines what is known as a ReamlBridge. Various RealmBridge 
implementations are availale (have a look here 
org.apache.geronimo.security.bridge) and this WebLogic configuration 
refers to a PropertiesFilePrincipalMappingUserPasswordRealmBridge.

The tag to use is <realm-bridge>, cf. the .xsd. It specifies a 
RealmBridge name.

Then, you declare the RealmBridge which matches your needs at the end of 
the geronimo-ra.xml file. This is a standard GBean, yet its name MUST be 
geronimo.security:service=RealmBridge,name=<the RealmBridge name that 
you are declared>

><map-config-property>
>  
>
<config-property-setting>
This guy overrides the one in the ra.xml DD.

><capacity-increment> 
>  
>
This tuning parameter is not implemented. The various pool 
implementations add only one ManagedConnection at a time.

As a matter of fact, I have never used this WebLogic feature. Having 
said that, Geronimo implements other features.

><shrinking-enabled>
>  
>
Not implemented.

><connection-cleanup-frequency>
>  
>
Not implemented.

Cheers,
Gianny

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