Before you begin
Prior to creating partition-scoped, managed executor service (MES)
templates, you must first have created or imported a domain partition.
See Create Domain Partitions or Import partitions.
You can create MES templates that can be used by applications to
execute submitted tasks asynchronously within exisitng domain
To create a partition-scoped
- If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
In the left
pane of the Console, expand Environment and
select Concurrent Templates.
The Concurrent Manage Object Templates table displays in the
right pane showing all the CMO templates defined in the domain.
New and select Managed Executor
Service Template from the list.
Enter a name for the new MES template.
From the Scope drop-down list, select the
name of the partition in which you want to use the MES template.
Optionally, enter additional configuration information for this
- Dispatch Policy - The name of Work
Manager to use for this MES template. When left blank, the default
Work Manager is used.
- Long Running Threads Priority - An
integer that specifies the long running daemon thread's priority. If
specified, all long running threads are affected.
- Max Concurrent Long Running Requests
- The maximum number of concurrent long-running tasks submitted to
this MES template in the domain.
For more information about
these fields, refer to Configuration Options.
- To activate these changes, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Activate Changes.
Not all changes take effect immediately—some require a restart (see Use the Change Center).
The new partition-scoped MES template appears in the Concurrent
Managed Object Templates table and in the domain partition configuration
under Domain Partitions > partition-name > Concurrent