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topologie Petals

theirman
Bonjour,

  En configurant mon installation de Petals, je me demande s'il est d'une part possible techniquement, d'autre part nécessaire pour la sécurité du système de changer <tns:user> et <tns:password> dans la déclaration d'un noeud... Et surtout, comment les changer ;)


Exemple :
    <tns:host>localhost</tns:host>
    <tns:user>petals</tns:user>
    <tns:password>petals</tns:password>

Cordialement
TH
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Re: topologie Petals

Vincent Zurczak
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Bonjour,

Pour les changer, il suffit de les modifier dans le fichier de topologie.
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theirman
Merci pour ces infos Vincent :)
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Christophe DENEUX
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En production, il est conseillé de changer les user et password JMX pour ajouter une sécurité supplémentaire. Cela évite de faire une fausse manipulation si on se trompe dans l'adresse du serveur Petals.
Christophe DENEUX
Petals ESB Architect
Linagora
Twitter: @ChrisDENEUX
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lizamare
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The issuance of REST messages (conversion of a Petals message REST) ​​* As it is a connector for a communication protocol, it will be a binding component. The question is, "Will it generic?" For the dispatch or aggregation of REST services, we can use a component as EIP or BPEL to manage that. This is really the connector portion is to be done. This is not necessarily complicated. A recent example connector that could serve as a model, the HL7 BC  (communication protocol used in the medical world).