Configuring customer overrides file with a firewall between nodes

Use the following information to configure customer overrides file with a firewall between nodes.

Procedure

If you have configured a firewall between nodes that blocks ports outside of the port range assigned to Sterling B2B Integrator, perform the following task on all nodes:

  1. Navigate to the Sterling B2B Integrator installation directory.
  2. Navigate to the properties directory and locate (or create, if necessary) the customer_overrides.properties file.
  3. Open the customer_overrides.properties file using a text editor.
  4. Add the following properties. This increases the number of threads used by the system.
    noapp.jnp_host= <host_name>
    noapp.jnprmiport=<port_number_1>
    noapp.jnprmiport2=<port_number_2>
    noapp.useSocketFactories=true
    noapp.jndirmiport=<port_number_3>
    ops.jnp_host= <host_name>
    ops.jnprmiport=<port_number_1>
    ops.jnprmiport2=<port_number_2>
    ops.useSocketFactories=true
    ops.jndirmiport=<port_number_3>
    Example:
    noapp.jnp_host=mysbi-host
    noapp.jnprmiport=7101
    noapp.jnprmiport2=7102
    noapp.useSocketFactories=true
    noapp.jndirmiport=7103
    ops.jnp_host=mysbi-host
    ops.jnprmiport=7101
    ops.jnprmiport2=7102
    ops.useSocketFactories=true
    ops.jndirmiport=7103
  5. Save and close the customer_overrides.properties file.
  6. Stop Sterling B2B Integrator and restart it to apply the changes.