|Oracle® WebLogic Communication Services Developer's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number E13807-01
The following chapter provides a complete reference to the profile provider configuration file,
profile.xml, in the following sections:
profile.xml file configures attributes of a profile service provider, such as:
The name of the provider
The class name of the provider implementation
Optional arguments passed to the provider
Mapping rules for using the provider.
profile.xml is stored in the
/config/custom subdirectory where
DOMAIN_DIR is the root directory of the OWLCS domain.
Figure B-1 shows the element hierarchy of the
Figure B-1 Element Hierarchy of profile.xml
Oracle recommends using the Administration Console profile service extension to modify
profile.xml indirectly, rather than editing the file by hand. Using the Administration Console ensures that the
profile.xml document always contains valid XML. See Configuring Profile Providers Using the Administration Console in Developing Applications with OWLCS.
You may need to manually view or edit
profile.xml to troubleshoot problem configurations, repair corrupted files, or to roll out custom profile provider configurations to a large number of machines when installing or upgrading OWLCS. When you manually edit
profile.xml, you must reboot servers to apply your changes.
If you need to modify
profile.xml on a production system, follow these steps:
Use a text editor to open the
file, where DOMAIN_DIR is the root directory of the OWLCS domain.
profile.xml file as necessary. See "XML Element Description" for a full description of the XML elements.
Save your changes and exit the text editor.
Reboot or start servers to have your changes take effect:
Test the updated system to validate the configuration.
The full schema for the
profile.xml file is bundled within the
profile-service-descriptor-binding.jar library, installed in the
See Developing Custom Profile Providers in Developing SIP Applications for sample listings of
profile.xml configuration files.
The following sections describe each XML element in
The top level
profile-service element contains the entire profile service configuration.
Specifies how requests for profile data are mapped to profile provider implementations.
Specifies the technique used for mapping documents to providers:
router uses a custom router class, specified by
map-by-router, to determine the provider.
prefix uses the specified
map-by-prefix entry to map documents to a provider.
provider-name uses the specified
name element in the
provider entry to map documents to a provider.
Specifies the prefix used to map documents to profile providers when mapping by prefix.
Configures the profile provider implementation and startup options.
Specifies a name for the provider configuration. The
name element is also used for mapping documents to the provider if you specify the
provider-name mapping technique.
Specifies the profile provider class (implementing