In the Select Handler editor of the profile manager, you can set the profile selection handler class to use for the current profile set. You can also declare a value selector class that dynamically assigns data to the profile values in the profile set.
The following terms are important to understand in the description of profile selection handlers:
A categorization that you associate with a profile. Common segment types include J2EE Roles and LDAP groups. You can create your own segment types by implementing the com.bowstreet.profiles.SegmentList interface.Profile
Note: The profile selection handler matches a request with a segment and returns the profile associated with that segment. If the request corresponds with more than one segment, the profile selection handler returns the "most-derived" profile.
A collection of profile entry values that determine the values for profiled builder call inputs. You can associate a profile with a segment when you create or edit the profile. You can also create a Profile Selection Handler to implement your own segment/profile associations.
Setting the profile selection handler class to use for the current profile set involves:
- Setting the profile selection handler for the profile set.
- Specifying a value setter for the profile set.
- Creating profile selection handlers.
- Creating profile entry value setters.
Parent topic: Profile selection and storage management: wpf7