VORTEXjava references the vortex.properties file located in the same directory
as vortex.jar. If this properties file is found, then VORTEXjava looks for
various logging and network connection properties. These are:
||Number of seconds to wait for a connection.|
||A comma separated list of environment name/value pairs to set on the server
side of the connection|
||Integer key to use for uid/pwd obfuscation. It must match the -kn vtxnetd
||The name of the logfile, e.g. /tmp/test. ".log" will be appended to
||A "+" separated list of logging options. The current supported options are:
|FULL||Create a detailed logfile output. The default is much less
|MULTI||Append a timestamp to the logfile name.|
|TIME||Insert timing data in the logfile output.
||Number of seconds to wait for a read response.|
VORTEXjdbc references the vortex.properties file located in the same directory
as vortex.jar. If this properties file is found, then VORTEXjdbc looks for
SQL statements to send after the connection is made. These are named
"jdbcsqln" where "n" is an integer beginning with zero and consecutive
after that. For example,
jdbcsql0=set option tree on
jdbcsql1=set option plan on
jdbcsql3=set option expr on
The first two statements will be executed but not the third one.
Sample vortex.properties file
# VortexJava logging
# logfile is the name of the logfile, e.g. /tmp/test
# logopts is a + separated list of options (optional)
# VortexJdbc connection commands
# These are sent to target after the connection succeeds.
# A maximum of 20 statements are sent and they must be consecutively numbered
# without gaps
#jdbcsql0=set option logfile '/tmp/genesis.log'
#jdbcsql1=set option plan on
# Vortex network parameters
# connect_timeout - seconds to wait on a connect
# read_timeout - seconds to wait on a read response
# key_connect - integer key to use for uid/pwd obfuscation. Must match the
# -kn vtxnetd option value.
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Updated 9 May 2016.