Appliance Configuration options

The Appliance Configuration options pertain to the TX Audit Log map audit setting, and the Support TX Warnings setting for the Interoperability Test Service, and for the DataPower maps running locally.

To access the Appliance Configuration options, click Window > Preferences > Transformation Extender > Map > DataPower, and under Connectivity, click the Interoperability Test Service tab.

TX Audit Log

Specify the audit context name for the Interoperability Test Service that the WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance references to generate and save the map audit log. If you do not specify the audit context name, the audit log is not generated, and therefore it is not saved. By default, the audit context name is not specified; the field is blank.

If the TX Audit Log map audit setting is set on the WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance for the Interoperability Test Service from the Map Designer, the audit log is generated regardless of the MapAudit > Switch map setting.

You must specify the TX Audit Log map audit setting for DataPower maps running locally to generate the map audit log regardless of the MapAudit > Switch map setting. This specification is required to generate the map audit log even if you run the compiled DataPower map from the Extender Navigator view using the Map Settings option.

Support TX Warnings

Select the Support TX Warnings check box to support map warnings on the WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance from the Map Designer for the Interoperability Test Service, when running DataPower maps locally. The Support TX Warnings check box option is not selected by default.

If the Support TX Warnings map warning option is selected on the WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance for the Interoperability Test Service from the Map Designer, the mapping process uses the values that you set for the Warnings property in the map settings. If the warning setting is not selected on the Appliance, the mapping process on the Appliance handles all map warnings as failures, unless the Warnings > Return setting is specified as Ignore. When you specify Warning > Custom, the mapping process on the Appliance handles those map warnings set as Warn or Fail as failures, while those map warnings set as Ignore, are ignored.

You must specify the Support TX Warnings map warning option for DataPower maps running locally to support map warnings. This option is required to support map warnings even if you run the compiled DataPower map from the Extender Navigator view using the Map Settings option.