Certain property keys in the J2EE agent AMAgent.properties configuration file can be configured for specific applications. Therefore, the agent can use different values of the same property for different applications as defined in the configuration file. Properties that are not configured for specific applications apply to all the applications on that deployment container. Such properties are called global properties. An application specific property has the following format:
The configuration key (name of the configuration property)
The application name to which this configuration belongs. The application name is the context path of the application without the leading forward slash character. In case when the application has been deployed at the root-context of the server, the application name should be specified as DefaultWebApp.
The value used by the agent to protect the application identified by the given application name
When an application specific configuration is not present, the agent uses different mechanisms to identify a default value. Configurations are possible where the default value is used as the value specified for the same key without any application specific suffix [<appname>]. The following settings for a single property serve as an example:
com.sun.identity.agents.config.example[Portal] = value1 com.sun.identity.agents.config.example[DefaultWebApp] = value2 com.sun.identity.agents.config.example = value3
The preceding example illustrates that for applications other than the ones deployed on the root context and the context /Portal, the value of the property defaults to value3.
Application Specific configuration properties must follow the rules and syntax of the map construct of configuration entries.
com.sun.identity.agents.config.example[Portal] = value1 com.sun.identity.agents.config.example[BankApp] = value2 com.sun.identity.agents.config.example[DefaultWebApp] = value3