EnterpriseJava beans (EJB)
The Enterprise Java™ Beans (EJB) Transport node defines the way messages are sent synchronously using the EJB protocol. The EJB transport node has sender-related properties.
The EJB node is needed only to call other, non-Sterling Order Management System Software EJBs.
The following are the properties of this node:
|Provider URL||Enter the provider URL for the JNDI lookup of the EJB home.
|EJB Home Name||Enter the class name implementing the EJB home interface. This is used by the client to find, create, or remove EJB objects.|
|JNDI Name||Enter the name used to lookup the EJB home interface.|
|Initial Context Factory||The class name of the initial context factory. This is the class used for resolution of names for naming and directory operations.|
|Method Name||Enter the method to be invoked. This method must have a standard
Document outdoc = method(Document indoc)
|Authenticate||If selected, security-related authentications can be defined
for the security principal and security credential.
The Security Principal and Credentials are required for the JNDI lookup.
|Security Principal||If you selected Authenticate, enter the user name for the Access control list of the EJB container.|
|Security Credential||If you selected Authenticate, enter the password for the Access control list of the EJB container.|
The following are the EJB node's connection properties:
|Connection||Node Connection Rules|
|Can be the first node after the start node||Only for services invoked synchronously|
|Can be placed before||
|Can be placed after||
|Data may be changed||Data may be changed depending on what method is called by the transport node.|