Methods to apply on objects of class MyrrixClientConfiguration

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Description

Methods to apply on objects of class MyrrixClientConfiguration. These allow to define which Myrrix service to listen to. See the methods section of this doc for an enumerated list of function to apply.
More information on http://myrrix.com/docs/client/java/javadoc/net/myrrix/client/MyrrixClientConfiguration.html

Arguments

object

An object of class MyrrixClientConfiguration

host

host containing the Serving Layer, if not in distributed mode

port

port on which to access the Serving Layer, if not in distributed mode.

username

user name needed to access the Serving Layer, if any

password

password needed to access the Serving Layer, if any

allpartitionsspecification

specification for all servers that have partitions. Only applicable in distributed mode and returns null otherwise. May be specified as "auto", in which case getHost() and getPort() must be valid, since this host will be queried for partition details. Otherwise, Serving Layers are specified explicitly as "host:port" pairs. Replicas are specified as many Serving Layers, separated by commas, like "rep1:port1,rep2:port2,...". Finally, partitions are specified as multiple replicas separated by semicolon, like "part1rep1:port11,part1rep2:port12;part2rep1:port21,part2rep2:port22;...". Example: "foo:80,foo2:8080;bar:8080;baz2:80,baz3:80"

contextpath

the context path under which the target Serving Layer app is deployed (e.g. http://example.org/contextPath/...), or null if the default root context should be used.

keystorefile

the keystore file containing the server's SSL keys. Only necessary when accessing a server with a temporary self-signed key, which is not by default trusted by the Java SSL implementation

keystorepassword

password for keystorefile

secure

if true, this client is accessing the Serving Layer over HTTPS, not HTTP

...

other arguments passed on the the methods

Methods

show(object):

Show method for a MyrrixClientConfiguration object: Prints configuration settings, indicating which server information Myrrix talks to

getMyrrixOptions(object):

Returns a list of configuration settings, indicating which information Myrrix talks to

setHost(object, host)

Sets the host of the Myrrix Serving layer

setPort(object, port)

Sets the port on which to access the Serving Layer

setUserName(object, userName)

Sets the user name needed to access the Serving Layer

setPassword(object, password)

Sets the password needed to access the Serving Layer

setContextPath(object, contextPath)

Sets the context path under which the target Serving Layer app is deployed

setKeystoreFile(object, keystoreFile)

Sets the the keystore file containing the server's SSL keys.

setKeystorePassword(object, keystorePassword)

Sets the the password for keystorefile

setSecure(object, secure)

Set if this client is accessing the Serving Layer over HTTPS, not HTTP

setAllPartitionsSpecification(object, allPartitionsSpecification)

Sets the specification for all servers that have partitions

Examples

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myconfig <- new("MyrrixClientConfiguration")
getMyrrixOptions(myconfig)
setHost(myconfig, "myhostname")
setPort(myconfig, 20L)