This section shows the configuration of a data view that routes all the requests that do not match their targets mentioned in their target DNs, to a data source pool. This data view is called the root data view. The root data view is created by default when an instance of Directory Proxy Server is created. For information about the root data view, see Data Views to Route All Requests, Irrespective of the Target DN of the Request in Oracle Fusion Middleware Reference for Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
The root data view has the following configuration:
alternate-search-base-dn : - attr-name-mappings : none base-dn : "" contains-shared-entries : - description : Automatically-generated data view able to route client operations independently of the operation base dn distribution-algorithm : - dn-join-rule : - dn-mapping-attrs : none dn-mapping-source-base-dn : none excluded-subtrees : "" excluded-subtrees : cn=config excluded-subtrees : cn=monitor excluded-subtrees : cn=proxy manager excluded-subtrees : cn=virtual access controls excluded-subtrees : dc=example,dc=com filter-join-rule : - is-enabled : true is-read-only : false is-routable : true ldap-data-source-pool : defaultDataSourcePool lexicographic-attrs : all lexicographic-lower-bound : none lexicographic-upper-bound : none non-viewable-attr : - non-writable-attr : - numeric-attrs : all numeric-default-data-view : false numeric-lower-bound : none numeric-upper-bound : none pattern-matching-base-object-search-filter : all pattern-matching-dn-regular-expression : all pattern-matching-one-level-search-filter : all pattern-matching-subtree-search-filter : all process-bind : - replication-role : master viewable-attr : all except non-viewable-attr writable-attr : all except non-writable-attr