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OSB Customization files 2 set Retry Application Errors and Timeout props

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I know it's possible to set Endpoint URI, Retry Count and Retry Iteration Interval properties using customization files, but what about other properties? I am particularly interested in setting Retry Application Errors and Timeout for a HTTP business services. If it's not possible to do with customization files is there another way of setting them without having to go though each service in the console?

Edited by: user1019490 on Sep 23, 2010 2:45 AM
  • 1. Re: OSB Customization files 2 set Retry Application Errors and Timeout props
    KarthikKrishnamurthy Newbie
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    Yes, I guess this can be done as there is provision in ALSBCustomizationFile.xml. Below is the snippet from ALSBCustomizationFile.xml

    <cus:envValueAssignments>
    <xt:envValueType>Service URI Table</xt:envValueType>
    <xt:location xsi:nil="true"/>
    <xt:owner>
    <xt:type>BusinessService</xt:type>
    <xt:path>TestProject/BusinessService/TestBS</xt:path>
    </xt:owner>
    <xt:value>
    <tableElement xmlns="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/transports">
    <URI>http://www.test.com/testService.asmx</URI>
    <weight>0</weight>
    </tableElement>
    </xt:value>
    </cus:envValueAssignments>
    <cus:envValueAssignments>
    <xt:envValueType>Service Retry Count</xt:envValueType>
    <xt:location xsi:nil="true"/>
    <xt:owner>
    <xt:type>BusinessService</xt:type>
    <xt:path>TestProject/BusinessService/TestBS</xt:path>
    </xt:owner>
    <xt:value xsi:type="xs:string" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">0</xt:value>
    </cus:envValueAssignments>
    <cus:envValueAssignments>
    <xt:envValueType>Service Retry Iteration Interval</xt:envValueType>
    <xt:location xsi:nil="true"/>
    <xt:owner>
    <xt:type>BusinessService</xt:type>
    <xt:path>TestProject/BusinessService/TestBS</xt:path>
    </xt:owner>
    <xt:value xsi:type="xs:string" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">0</xt:value>
    </cus:envValueAssignments>


    Regards,
    Karthik

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