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    Instantiating a Configuration Manager

    The application must instantiate a configuration manager.

    To enable the application to instantiate a configuration manager to obtain a NIC instance from the NIC factory:

    • Call one of the following methods:
      • For some applications (other than Web applications), in which you must define the system property -DConfig.bootstrapFilename, you can call the following method:
        ConfigMgr configMgr = ConfigMgrFactory.getConfigMgr();
      • For Web applications, you can instantiate the configuration manager as follows:
        ConfigMgr configMgr = ConfigMgrFactory.getConfigMgr(properties);
        • properties—java.util.Properties object, typically the bootstrap file, which contains all the configuration properties for the NIC proxy.

    Modified: 2012-11-23