When I create Adapter service on version 6.5 (a new installed server), a parameter called “overrideCredentials” is automatically created. I attached the image here.
Can anyone tell me what it is and how to remove it.
This is 6.5 (sp2) version on linux, jvm1.5
I have another server, 6.5(sp1) on windows 2003, jvm1.4, no such problem.
JDBC Adapter User’s Guide Version 6.5, p 136
I looked thru the document that you referenced above on p. 136, which talks about “Configuring ExecuteService Services”. I’m not sure what this has to do with the overrideCredentials. I read in the readme file under Connection Management Enhancements the following:
Specify the user name and password credentials at run time for JDBC Adapter connections.
Is the overrideCredentials fields required? We are migrating packages that include jdbc adapters from 6.1 to 6.5 environment. When we try to execute the adapters we’re getting the following errors. I’m not sure if they’re related, but I’m guessing they’re not.
Exception:com.wm.lang.flow.FlowException: %lastError/error% while executing trigger. Rejecting Document for TriggerStore:MLMContractGeneration.Services.BatchHandler.Trigger:trgSubGULBatchDoc.
2007-04-26 10:03:18 EDT [SCC.0121.0050I] rollback-only flag is set. rolling back transaction, xid = axrs16mpar37/1177530880548
2007-04-26 10:03:18 EDT [ISC.0088.0001E] SOAPException: [ISS.0088.9136] A WattEvaluationException was thrown by the XQL Query engine
2007-04-26 10:03:17 EDT [ISC.0088.0001E] SOAPException: [ISS.0088.9134] Exception occurred while processing the body of the message
2007-04-26 10:03:17 EDT [ISS.0098.0049C] Exception:com.wm.lang.flow.FlowException: %lastError/error% while executing trigger. Rejecting Document for TriggerStore:MLMContractGeneration.Services.BatchHandler.Trigger:trgSubGULBatchDoc.
I think you may not be looking at the correct version of the PDF. In addition to the “Testing Adapter Services” section on pages 136 and 137, please also see the following:
- “Changing the Connection Associated with an Adapter Service at Run Time” on pp 22-23
“Changing the User Credentials of a Service’s Associated Connection at Run Time” on p 23
“Dynamically Changing a Service’s Connection at Run Time” on p 84
“Dynamically Changing the User Credentials of a Service’s Connection at RunTime” on p 85
If you don’t see these pages, you are not looking at the right version of the JDBC Adapter User’s Guide.
The error messages you provided are not related to overriding credentials and don’t appear to be related to the JDBC Adapter in any way that I can see.
Thanks! The version of the doc was a bit different. I see what the overrideCredentials parameters are for now.