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    Initialization Properties for Enterprise Service Portals

    In the boot properties file for an enterprise service portal, you can modify the following fields.

    Config.java.naming.provider.url

    • URL of the primary directory in URL string format.
    • Value—ldap:// <host>:<portNumber>/
      • <host>—IP address or name of the host that supports the directory
      • <portNumber>—Number of the TCP port
    • Default—ldap://127.0.0.1:389/

    Config.java.naming.security.credentials

    • Password that the Web application server uses to authenticate and authorize access to the directory.
    • Value—<password>
    • Guidelines—The password can be encoded in base64 and not visible in plain text. To use an encoded value, use the format {BASE64} <encoded-value>.
    • Default—ent

    Config.java.naming.security.principal

    • DN that contains the username that the Web application server uses to authenticate and authorize access to the directory.
    • Value—DN of the object that contains the username
    • Default—cn=ent-admin, o=operators, o=umc

    Config.net.juniper.smgt.des.backup_provider_urls

    • Redundant directories that store configuration information.
    • Value—List of URLs in URL string format separated by semicolons (see description for the property).
    • Default—ldap://127.0.0.1:389/; ldap://127.0.0.1:389/

    Config.net.juniper.smgt.des.<propertySuffix>

    • Set of properties that specify how the Web application interacts with the directory.

    See SRC 2.0.x Getting Started Guide.

    Config.net.juniper.smgt.lib.config.staticConfigDN

    • Root of the static configuration properties.
    • Value—DN of the object that contains the username
    • Default—ou=staticConfiguration, ou=configuration, o=Management, o=umc

    Config.EASP.namespace

    • Location of the enterprise service portal’s configuration in the directory.
    • Value—Path, relative to the root of the static configuration properties, that defines the location
    • Guidelines—If you are using the enterprise service portals we provide, use the defaults, which match the locations of the configurations in the sample data.
    • Default—Depends on the enterprise service portal:
      • Sample Enterprise Service Portal—/EASP
      • Enterprise Manager Portal—/EASP/ENT-MGR
      • NAT Address Management Portal—/EASP/NAT-ADDR

    Published: 2014-06-19