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For 8.3 and earlier: Redhat JBoss EAP: Defining default schemas

Suggest edit Updated on September 29, 2021

Define the default schemas in the configuration file that you use to configure your application server. The specific configuration file name depends on your environment.

  • standalone.xml
  • standalone-full.xml
  • standalone-full-ha.xml
  • domain.xml
Follow these steps to define the default schemas:
  1. Open the configuration file, for example: standalone.xml.
  2. Locate the domain:naming subsystem element: xmlns="urn:jboss:domain:naming:x.x">
  3. Insert the following entries in the <bindings> tag of the domain:naming subsystem element:
    1. Insert the following entry to specify the rules schema name:
      <simple name="java:/prconfig/database/databases/PegaRULES/defaultSchema" value="pegarules"/>

    Your finished bindings section for a split-schema configuration will be similar to the following:

    <bindings>
    <simple name="java:/prconfig/database/databases/PegaRULES/defaultSchema" value="pegarules"/>
    <simple name="java:/prconfig/database/databases/PegaDATA/defaultSchema" value=" pegadata"/>
    <simple name="java:/url/pega/none" value="file:/nul"/><simple name="java:/prconfig/database/databases/PegaRULES/dataSourceAdmin" value="java:/jdbc/AdminPegaRULES"/>
    <simple name="java:/prconfig/database/databases/PegaDATA/dataSourceAdmin" value="java:/jdbc/AdminPegaRULES"/>
    </bindings>
    <remote-naming/>
  4. Save the file.
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