Oracle Secure Global Desktop Web Services API Documentation
Release 4.7

E21396-02

Package com.tarantella.tta.webservices.vsbim

The package contains classes that allow an application developer to integrate with the dynamic launch functionality in Secure Global Desktop.

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Interface Summary
ICandidateServer This interface represents a server on which an application or a desktop can be launched.
IVirtualServerBroker This interface represents a broker that provides a list of candidate application servers on which an application or desktop may be launched.
 

Class Summary
CandidateServer This class implements ICandidateServer.
SGDBroker This class implements IVirtualServerBroker, getting its list of servers from Secure Global Desktop.
UserDefinableCandidateServer This class extends CandidateServer, permitting a user to override the server settings.
UserDefinedSGDBroker This class extends SGDBroker.
 

Enum Summary
IVirtualServerBroker.Scope The Scope of a broker - defines how long the broker should be kept for.
 

Exception Summary
StaleVirtualServerBrokerException This class defines an exception thrown when a broker becomes 'stale'.
VirtualServerBrokerAuthException This class defines an exception thrown when authentication to a broker fails.
VirtualServerBrokerException This class is the base class of exceptions thrown by brokers.
 

Package com.tarantella.tta.webservices.vsbim Description

The package contains classes that allow an application developer to integrate with the dynamic launch functionality in Secure Global Desktop.

Integration is achieved by creating a broker that implements the IVirtualServerBroker interface. The broker returns a list of application servers, implementing the ICandidateServer interface, that are available for hosting the application or desktop. The application servers may be virtual.

When integrated into the SGD webtop, the broker is provided with data, such as the SGD user identity and the name of the application, to enable it to select appropriate servers. The SGD webtop presents the candidates returned by the broker to the user and once one of the candidate servers has been chosen, SGD informs the broker of the selection. The broker can then perform any required preparations on the application server. The details from the prepared server are passed to the SGD server via the overrides in ITarantellaEmulatorSession.startSession(java.lang.String, java.lang.String, com.tarantella.tta.webservices.Item[]).


Oracle Secure Global Desktop Web Services API Documentation
Release 4.7

E21396-02

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