Servers: Configuration: Web Services: Logical Store
Configuration Options Related Tasks Related Topics
Configure the logical store for use within your application environment, and identify whether the logical store is used as the default for all Web services and clients on the server.
A logical store is a named unit of storage that provides the business configuration requirements and connects the Web service to the physical store and buffering queue.
Name Description Logical Store Name
Get the name of this logical store.
Default Logical Store
Get the name of the logical store to use, by default, for all web services persistent state in this server.
Get the persistence strategy in use by this logical store. Any physical store configured for use with this logical store should support this strategy.
Request Buffering Queue JNDI Name
Get the JNDI name of the buffering queue that web services should use. (Both for buffering and to find the physical store for this logical store). Defaults to "" to indicate the PhysicalStoreName property should be used.
This property is ignored if persistence strategy is IN_MEMORY.
Response Buffering Queue JNDI Name
Get the JNDI name of the response buffering queue that web services should use. If this is null, the request buffering queue is used.
Get the interval at which the persistent store will be cleaned
Default Maximum Object Lifetime
Get the default max time an object can remain in the store. This can be overridden on individual objects placed in the store (internally, but not via this API).
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