Payment Job Framework Property File Creation Oracle FLEXCUBE

Payment Job Framework Property File Creation
Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking
Release 12.1.0.0.0
[October] [2015]
Table of Contents
Contents
Creating Property File for Payment Job Framework (Payment Scheduler) .................................................. 2
1.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 2
1.2 Prerequisites ....................................................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Creating Property Files ........................................................................................................................ 2
Creating Property File for Payment Job Framework (Payment Scheduler)
1.1 Introduction
This chapter explains the steps to create the property file for payment scheduler.
1.2 Prerequisites
Payment Job framework application deployment needs following server configurations, create
the following queues and connection factories in the application server.
JMS Connection Factories
Create the following connection factories:

SchedulerQCF
JMS Queues
Create the following queues:

SchedulerQueue
In case, JMS objects are maintained remotely to the application server, necessary server specific settings
should be configured (like Messaging Bridge / Listeners incase of Weblogic / Websphere), to make the
JNDIs available locally.
Note :- All JMS objects must be XA enabled and have file-store for persistence.
An non-XA data-source (with Emulate two-phase commit option) has to be created with the JNDI as
mentioned during Job framework application property file creation for database connection.
1.3 Creating Property Files
Follow the steps given below:
1. Start Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Installer 1.0. Welcome screen is displayed
Enter JDK, Oracle, and application server home directory in respective input fields.
2. Select Payment Job Framework and click next the following screen is displayed:
1. Select ‘Property File’.
2. Specify the following details:
Operating System
Specify the operating system in which you are creating the property file. Select the appropriate one
from the adjoining drop-down list.
Application Server
Specify the application server in which you are creating the property file. Select the appropriate one
from the adjoining drop-down list.
Release
Specify the release in which you are creating the property file. Select the appropriate one from the
adjoining drop-down list. The options are:

KERNEL

VN.Cluster
Once you have specified the details, click ‘Next’ to continue and following screen is
displayed:

If Debug log is enabled then its mandatory to provide Debug log path and level.

The datasource used in the application (which is encrypted in the generated property file using
AES)

Sysmetric Key to be used to for encryption.
Click ‘Next’ to continue and following screen is displayed:
Key in queue JNDI details in the above screen and click next
Click “View Property File” to review the property file entries. If any change is required then click back
and change accordingly.
Click save if property file to be stored in specific location rather than default location. Click next to
proceed with Build application.
Payment Job Framework Propeerty Fle Creation
[October] [2015]
Version 12.1.0.0.0
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