Setting up Property File Oracle FLEXCUBE Enterprise Limits and

Setting up Property File
Oracle FLEXCUBE Enterprise Limits and Collateral
Management
Version 12.0.0.0.0
[October] [2013]
Oracle Part Number E51544-01
Table of Contents
1.
SETTING UP PROPERTY FILE .................................................................................................................. 1-1
1.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
PREREQUISITES FOR ELCM ........................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.2.1
Prerequisites for ELCM Application ................................................................................................. 1-1
1.2.2
Prerequisites for Scheduler Plug-in................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2.3
Prerequisites for BIP and BIP Advice Reports .................................................................................. 1-3
2.
CREATING PROPERTY FILE FOR ELCM APPLICATION.................................................................. 2-4
2.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 2-4
2.2
CREATING PROPERTY FILE ......................................................................................................................... 2-4
2.2.1
Setting ELCM Plug-ins ...................................................................................................................... 2-6
2.2.2
Setting Common Properties ............................................................................................................... 2-7
2.2.3
Setting Language Properties............................................................................................................ 2-15
2.2.4
Setting CSS Style .............................................................................................................................. 2-16
2.2.5
Setting Hashing Algorithm Iteration Count ..................................................................................... 2-17
2.2.6
Setting Email Details ....................................................................................................................... 2-17
2.2.7
Configuring Scheduler ..................................................................................................................... 2-20
2.2.8
Setting EMS Properties .................................................................................................................... 2-24
2.2.9
Setting BIP and BIP Advice Report ................................................................................................. 2-27
2.2.10
Setting GI Upload Properties .......................................................................................................... 2-29
2.2.11
Saving Property File ........................................................................................................................ 2-30
1. Setting up Property File
1.1 Introduction
This document explains the method to create and modify property files for Oracle FLEXCUBE
Applications.
1.2 Prerequisites for ELCM
Based on the Application and required plug-ins, you will require various components explained in
the sections below.
1.2.1 Prerequisites for ELCM Application
Data Sources for JDBC Resources
You need to create the following data sources for JDBC resources:
Data Source
Example
Non XA data source for Oracle FLEXCUBE UBS Application
jdbc/fcjdevDS
Non XA data source in case ELCM is included as Hybrid
jdbc/fcjdevDSELCM
The prerequisites required for various plug-ins are explained under the following headings.
1.2.2 Prerequisites for Scheduler Plug-in
In case you are going to include scheduler in your property file, make sure that the following
queues and connection factories are created in the application server you are going to use.
Data Sources for JDBC Resource
If you need to include Scheduler plug-in in the Application, you need to create the following data
sources:
Data
Source
Example
XA data
source
jdbc/fcjSchedulerDS
XA data
source
The name of this data source should be in the following format:
‘Name of the data source created for Oracle FLEXCUBE UBS_XA’
If you take the above example of data source for Oracle FLEXCUBE UBS, the
data source name will be ‘jdbc/fcjdevDS_XA’.
JMS Resources
You need the following FCUBS notification JMS resources:
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Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/NOTIFY_MDB_QCF
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/NotifyDestQCF
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/DefferedDestQCF
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/NOTIFY_QUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/NOTIFY_DEST_QUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/NOTIFY_QUEUE_DLQ
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/DEFFERED_DEST_QUEUE
You need the following EMS JMS resources:
Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/EmsQcf
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EMS_INQUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EMS_OUTQUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EMS_EXTQUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EMS_QUEUE_DLQ
You need the following SFMS JMS resources:
Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/ SFMSQCF
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/SFMS_INQUEUE
You need the following RTGS JMS resources:
Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/ RTGSQCF
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/RTGS_INQUEUE
You need the following ELCM notification JMS resources:
Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/EL_NOTIFY_QCF
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Resource
Example
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EL_NOTIFY_REQ_Q
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EL_NOTIFY_RES_Q
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/EL_NOTIFY_DLQ
You need the following ELCM Gateway MDB JMS resources:
Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/ELMDBQCF
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/ELMDB _REQ_Q
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/ELMDB_RES_Q
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/ELMDB_DLQ
For details on creation of necessary resources, refer to the chapter ‘Resource_Creation_WL.
The ‘(ApplicationName)’ is not mandatory in all the cases. If the environment has only one
application with scheduler, you may create the JMS resources with or without ‘ApplicationName’.
E.g.: NOTIFY_MDB_QCF
However, if the environment has more than one application with scheduler, the JMS resource
names must contain the ‘ApplicationName’ of the respective application.
E.g.: The environment has two applications, viz. FCJ1 and FCJ2. In that case, you need to create
two sets of JMS resources as follows:

Set of JMS resources with the ‘ApplicationName’ FCJ1 - FCJ1/NOTIFY_MDB_QCF

Set of JMS resources with the ‘ApplicationName’ FCJ2 - FCJ2/NOTIFY_MDB_QCF
1.2.3 Prerequisites for BIP and BIP Advice Reports
If you need to include scheduler plug-in in the application, you need to create the following data
sources:
Resource
Example
XA enabled connection factory
(ApplicationName)/BIPQCF
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/INTERNAL_BIPREPORT_QUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/INTERNAL_BIP_QUEUE_DLQ
Queue name
(ApplicationName)/INTERNAL_BIPADVREPORT_QUEUE
Queue name
(ApplicationNAme)/INTERNAL_BIP_ADVICE_QUEUE_DLQ
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2. Creating Property File for ELCM Application
2.1 Introduction
This chapter explains the methods to create property files for ELCM Application. This also
contains the properties for various plug-ins.
2.2 Creating Property File
To create property file for Oracle ELCM, follow the steps given below:
1. Launch Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Solution Installer.
2. Choose ‘Enterprise Limits & Collateral’. Click ‘Next’.
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The following screen is displayed:
3. Choose the option ‘Property File’.
4. Specify the following details:
Operating System and Version
Specify the operating system in which you are creating the property file. Choose the appropriate
one from the drop-down list. You also need to specify the version of the selected operating
system.
Application Server and Version
Specify the application server in which you are creating the property file. Choose the appropriate
one from the drop-down list. You also need to specify the version of the selected application
server.
Release:
Specify the release in which you are creating the property file.Choose the appropriate one from
the drop-down list.The list has two values-KERNEL and VN Cluster
5. Once you have specified the details, click ‘Next’ to continue. The following screen is
displayed.
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6. Specify the following details:
Centralized Property File
The property file needs to be built before the EAR file. If you are creating a new property file,
leave the field blank. If you wish to modify an existing property file, you can manually specify the
location of the property file.
2.2.1 Setting ELCM Plug-ins
This section describes the process of setting plug-ins.
1. You can select the plug-ins from the following screen.
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2. You need to select the plug-ins to be included in the installation. Check the box against the
required plug-ins. The following plug-ins are available for oracle ELCM:
 Reports
 Scheduler
3. Once you have selected the plug-ins, click ‘Next’. You will be navigated to the ‘Common
Properties’ screen.
2.2.2 Setting Common Properties
This section describes the process of setting common properties of Oracle ELCM.
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The installer displays the ‘Common Properties’ screen.
4. The following are the common properties required forFGL Application:
Debug Logs Required
If you require debug option, select ‘Yes’ from the drop-down list. If you do not require debug
option, select ‘No’.
Signature Path
Specify the location at which the signature images will be placed.
Excel Path
Specify the location at which the excel files will be generated.
Data Source
Specify the JNDI location. The standard format is ‘jdbc/fcjdevDS’.
Request Time Out
Specify the database request timeout value in seconds. This is the maximum number of seconds
the database will wait for a query to return the result.
Connection Time Out
Specify the database connection timeout value in seconds. This is the maximum number of
seconds the application will wait for a connection to the database to open.
Session Time Out:
Enter the Session Time Out Value in Seconds. This is the maximum number of seconds the
application will wait for the user input after which the session will expire.
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LOV Fetch Required
If you check this box, the option lists in Oracle FLEXCUBE will display the matching values based
on the first characters that you enter in a field. That is, if you specify the first three characters of a
value to be entered in an option list and tab out, the system will display the complete list of values
that are matching the first three characters.
If you do not check this, option lists will not show the matching values based on the first few
characters. You need to specify the complete value against the field.
3. Click ‘Next’. The following screen is displayed.
4. Specify the following details:
SSO Required
Check this box to enable single sign-on (SSO). If you check this box, you need to enter the SSO
Key.
SSO Key
Specify the SSO key. If you have checked the box ‘SSO Required, it is mandatory to specify the
SSO key.
External Password Required
Check this box to allow user login using MSAD/LDAP password irrespective of the user Id.
Note: If you check this box, the user can login using MSAD/LDAP server password only. The user
Id can be one of the following:


MSAD/LDAP user Id
FCUBS user Id
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If you do not check this box, then the installer skips the following screen and directly navigates
to the SSL screen shown below in this manual.
5. External User Login Required
Check this box to enable user login using MSAD/LDAP user Id.
Note: If you check this box, the user can login with MSAD/LDAP server user Id as well as FCUBS
user Id. If you do not check this box, the user can login using FCUBS user Id only.
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Authentication Type
Select the authentication type. This is the type of external server that is used. You can select one
of the following options:

MSAD (Microsoft Active Directory)

LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
The default option is MSAD; however, you can change it
6. If you check the box, then the installer navigates to the following screen on clicking ‘Next’
button.
7. Specify the following details:
LDAP Server URL
Specify the URL to access the LDAP server where the external user Ids or passwords are
maintained.
LDAP SSL Enabled
Check this box if the LDAP server is SSL enabled.
Note: If you check this box, then you need to specify the SSL port in the field ‘LDAP SERVER
URL’.
Security Authentication Type
Depending on the authentication mechanism supported by the LDAP server, you need to select
one of the following:

Simple (in most cases)
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
Strong
Note: Different servers support different authentication mechanisms.
By default, the security authentication type is ‘Simple; however, you can change it.
Domain Name
Specify the domain name.
LDAP Server Timeout
Specify the LDAP server timeout in milliseconds.
Note: Note the following:

By default, the LDAP server timeout is zero; however, you can change this.

You must enter a positive integer value. For example, 1000, 10000, 5000, etc.

If the value specified is zero or less, it indicates that no read timeout is specified. Then,
the wait for the response infinite until it is received.
8. Click ‘Next’. The following screen is displayed.
9. Specify the following details.
SSL Enabled
Indicate whether SSL is enabled or not. If SSL is required, choose ‘Yes’. If SSL is not enabled,
the Installer will pop-up a window.
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However, it is recommended that you enable SSL.
10. Click ‘Next’. You will be navigated to the next screen.
11. Specify the following details:
Initial Context Factory
Specify the initial context factory.
Provider URL
Specify the provide URL.
JMS Security Principal
Specify the login ID to access the application server.
JMS Security Credentials
Specify the password to access the application server.
Connection Factory Name
Specify the connection factory name.
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Request Queue Name
Specify the request queue name.
Response Queue Name
Specify the response queue name.
Dead Letter Queue Name
Specify the dead letter queue name.
12. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’ button. The following screen is
displayed.
Specify the following details:
Initial Context Factory
Specify the initial context factory.
JMS Provider URL
Specify the JMS provide URL.
Queue Connection Factory
Specify the queue connection factory.
JMS Destination Provider URL
Specify the JMS destination provider URL.
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Destination Queue Security User
Specify the login ID to access the destination queue security server.
Destination Queue Security Credentials
Specify the password to access the destination queue security server.
Destination Queue Connection Factory
Specify the destination queue connection factory.
Destination Queue Name
Specify the destination queue name.
13. Once you have specified the above details, click ‚Next‘.
2.2.3 Setting Language Properties
This section describes the process of setting language packs of Oracle ELCM.
1. The system displays the following screen.
2. Specify the following details.
Language
Specify the language in which you wish to see Oracle FLEXCUBE. English is the default
language. However, based on the requirement, you can set a different language. Choose the
appropriate one from the drop-down list.
Based on the language selected, the installer displays the ISO code.
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Application Title
Specify the application title.
E.g.: FLEXCUBE UBS
Version
Specify the application version.
E.g.: 12.0.2
Copy Rights
Specify the copyright details.
E.g.: Copyright@2007-2013 Oracle Financial Software Services Limited. All rights reserved.
1. Once you have specified the details, click ‘Next’. You will be navigated to the CSS setting
screen.
2.2.4 Setting CSS Style
This section describes the process of setting CSS style.
1. The following screen is displayed.
2. Specify the following details:
CSS Style
Specify the CSS style to be used. You can choose one of the following CSS styles:

Default – choose this to apply the default style provided along with Oracle FLEXCUBE

Custom – choose this to apply a custom style
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Name
Specify the name of the CSS style.
3. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’. You will be navigated to the Hashing
Algorithm Count Settings screen.
2.2.5 Setting Hashing Algorithm Iteration Count
This section describes the method of setting hashing algorithm iteration count.
1. The following screen is displayed.
2. Specify the following details:
Hashing Algorithm Iteration Count
Specify the hashing algorithm iteration count. This count implies the time required for logging into
the application. An increase in this count increases the login time.
3. Once you have specified the details, click ‘Next’.
2.2.6 Setting Email Details
This section describes the method to configure email details.
1. The following screen is displayed.
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2. Specify the following details.
Host
Specify the SMTP host name.
User ID
Specify the user ID.
User Password
Specify the user password.
JNDI Name
Specify the JNDI name.
3. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’.
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4. Specify the following details:
Server End Point
Specify the BIP end point.
The default value is ‘http://10.10.10.10:1010/xmlpserver/services/PublicReportService_ v11’.
However, you need to change the IP and port where BIP Application is installed.WSDL URL gets
modified based on “BIP Server Version” on selecting the required version from the dropdown.
Name Space
Specify the BIP name space.
By default, the installer displays ‘http://xmlns.oracle.com/oxp/service/PublicReportService’.
User Name
Specify the BIP user name. By default, the Installer displays ‘Administrator’.
Password
Specify the password for the above user name. By default, the Installer sets it as ‘Administrator’.
Reports Spool Path
Specify the reports spool path.
Advice Type
Specify the advice type. You can choose one of the following:

NATIVE – This advice type is used for generating advices in text format

BIP – This advice type is used for generating advices in PDF format.
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BIP Server Version
Specify the qualified BIP server version. You can select the appropriate one from the option list.
BIP Time Zone
Specify the time zone
Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’.
2.2.7 Configuring Scheduler
The Screen provides an option to configure scheduler.
This section describes the method to configure scheduler data source.
1. The following screen is displayed.
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2. Specify the following details:
Notify Destination
Specify the notify destination. Choose one of the following options:

QUEUE

TOPIC
Queue Connection Factory
Set ‘NotifyDestQCF’ as the destination connection factory.
Queue Name
Set ‘NOTIFY_DEST_QUEUE’ as the destination queue name.
Topic Connection Factory
Set ‘NotifyDestTCF’ as the destination connection factory.
Topic Name
Set ‘NOTIFY_DEST_QUEUE’ as the destination queue name.
Notify Queue Location
Specify the notify queue location. Choose one of the following options:

Internal

External
Note: For Oracle WebLogic application server, the notify queue location should be selected as
‘Internal’.
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If you choose ‘External’, you will be navigated to the following screen. Here you can specify the
external queue details.
You need to specify the following details of the external queue.
Provider URL
Specify the provide URL (iiop://localhost:1010).
1010 is the default IIOP port.
Security Principal
Specify the login ID to access the application server.
Security Credentials
Specify the password to access the application server.
If you choose ‘Internal’, you will be navigated to the following screen. Here you can specify the
external queue details.
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Deffered Queue Connection Factory
Set ‘DefferedDestQCF’ as the deffered connection factory.
Deffered Queue Name
Set ‘DEFFERED_DEST_QUEUE’ as the deffered queue name.
Notify Queue Connection Factory
Set ‘NOTIFY_MDB_QCF’ as the notify connection factory.
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Notify Queue Name
Set ‘NOTIFY_QUEUE’ as the notify queue name.
DeadLetter Queue Name
Set ‘NOTIFY_QUEUE_DLQ’ as the DeadLetter queue name.
2.2.8 Setting EMS Properties
You will be navigated to the ‘Scheduler EMS Properties’ screen. Here, you need to set the EMS
details.
1. Set the EMS properties:
2. Specify the following details:
OutGoing Connection Factory
Specify the name of the outgoing connection factory to which EMS listens. You need to create
this connection factory at the application server.
For details on connection factory creation, follow the steps described for creation of notify
connection factories.
Incoming Connection Factory
Specify the name of the incoming connection factory to which EMS listens. You need to create
this connection factory at the application server.
For details on connection factory creation, follow the steps described for creation of notify
connection factories.
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Outgoing Queue Name
Specify the name of the outgoing queue for which EMS is configured. By default, this is set as
‘NOTIFY_QUEUE_DLQ’.
Incoming Queue Name
Specify the name of the incoming queue for which EMS is configured. By default, this is set as
‘NOTIFY_QUEUE_DLQ’.
Incoming Backup Queue Name
Specify the name of the incoming backup queue for which EMS is configured.
Outgoing Queue Provider URL
In case EMS OUT MDB is to be configured to queue, you need to specify the URL for outgoing
provider based on the application server. By default, the Installer displays the outgoing queue
provider URL for Oracle WebLogic.
This value is application server dependent.
The details of Outgoing Queue Provider URL to be used for different application servers are given
below:
Application Server
EMS Out Initial Context Factory
Oracle WebLogic
t3://<ip_adress>:port
E.g.: t3://10.10.10.10:1010
Here, 10.10.10.10 represents the local host and 1010
to the target server default port
(AdminServer/ManagedServer).
IBM WebSphere
iiop://<ip_adress>:port
E.g.: iiop://10.10.10.10:1010
Here, 1010 represents the default iiop port
Queue Principal
If EMS OUT MDB has to be configured to queue, you need to specify the EMS out queue
principal. This is the user name for the application server in which the queue is configured.
Queue Credential
If EMS OUT MDB has to be configured to queue, you need to specify the EMS out queue
credential. This is the password for the above user name created for application server in which
the queue configured.
3. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’.
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4. Specify the following details:
File Transfer Mode FTPS
Specify the mode of transferring files to EMS. Choose one of the following:

FTPS

SFTP

HTTP
Server
Specify the server IP address for the selected file transfer mode.
User ID
Specify the user ID to access the server of the file transfer mode.
Password
Specify the password to for the above user ID.
File Type
Specify the type of file that is transferred. By default, the Installer sets it as ‘.txt’.
SWIFT Message Delimiter
Specify the character which is used as the message delimiter.
SWIFT Message Terminator
Specify the character which is used as the message terminator.
5. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’. The following screen is displayed.
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6. Specify the following details:
Signature Block
Check this box to enable signature block.
Keystore File Name
Specify the keystore file name.
Keystore Alias Name
Specify the keystore alias name.
Keystore Password
Specify the keystore password.
7. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’.
2.2.9 Setting BIP and BIP Advice Report
This screen describes how to create the property file. Here, you need to set the BIP and BIP
Advice report details.
1. The following screen is displayed:
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2.
Specify the following details to set the EMS properties:
BIP Queue Name
Specify the BIP queue name as ‘INTERNAL_BIPREPORT_QUEUE’.
BIP DeadLetter Queue Name
Specify the BIP deadletter queue name as ‘INTERNAL_BIP_QUEUE_DLQ’.
BIPAdvice Queue Name
Specify the BIP advice queue name as ‘INTERNAL_BIPADVREPORT_QUEUE’.
BIPAdivce DeadLetter Queue Name
Specify the BIP adivce dead letter queue name as ‘INTERNAL_BIP_ADVICE_QUEUE_DLQ’.
Queue Connection Factory
Specify the queue connection factory as ‘BIPQCF’.
Secure
Check this box to indicate that it is a secured deffered queue connection factory. If you check this
box, you will be prompted to enter the caller ID and caller password as shown in the following
screen.
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3. Specify the caller ID and caller password for the secured queue connection factory.
4. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’.
2.2.10 Setting GI Upload Properties
This screen describes how to specify the GI upload property details. Here you need to set the GI
Upload properties.
1. The following screen is displayed:
2. Specify the following details:
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Queue Name
Specify the queue name as ‘INTERNAL_GI_UPLOAD_QUEUE’.
Dead Letter Queue Name
Specify the dead letter queue name as ‘INTERNAL_GI_UPLOAD_DLQ’.
Queue Connection Factory
Specify the queue connection factory as ‘GI_UPLOAD_QCF’.
Secure
Check this box to indicate that it is a secured deffered queue connection factory. If you check this
box, you will be prompted to enter the caller ID and caller password as shown in the following
screen.
3. Specify the caller ID and caller password for the secured queue connection factory.
4. Once you have specified the above details, click ‘Next’..
2.2.11 Saving Property File
After completing all the required settings explained above, you need to save the property file.
1. Save the property file.
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2. You can view the status of property file creation in the above screen.
3. Select the path where the properties file needs to be saved. It will create three files as
‘fcubs.properties’, ‘gtwproperties.properties’ and ‘notifyproperties.properties’.
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