Provides a method of connecting to a repository.
The Repository Service is used in the following pipes:
The Forms Services Platform ships with a File System repository connector. You can also define new repositories in your own JAR bundles or properties files that you must then place in the extension directory.
Configuring the Repository Service
You can configure a Repository Service just like you would configure a Pipe. The ibm.FSRepository
portion defines the repository type you are defining, the repo0
portion is a unique identifier that is used to differentiate repository instances. The final portion is the configuration parameter name.
|name||Used to refer to the repository in the various pipes that use it. It is important to make sure this is unique.|
|description||A description of the repository.|
|root||The name of directory on the drive that is to be the root for the repository. The drive (for example in Windows™ D:\) that the File System Repository is on is always the same drive that the Forms Services Platform is running on. |
Configuring a Repository Service
The following is an example repository:
ibm.FSRepository.repo0.name = SDK-repository0
ibm.FSRepository.repo0.description = SDK File System Repository
ibm.FSRepository.repo0.root = /fsp-SDKRepo
Parent topic: Services