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User Provisioning


Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition Configuration Guide

1.8 User Provisioning

You can integrate your repository with an existing provisioning system using one of
the following:


You can manage users by creating a service with the Wireless Edition
provisioning adapter. The provisioning adapter supports the Wireless Edition
services that create, search for, update, and delete users at runtime.


Use the


utility to import users from a flat XML file that conforms to

the Repository DTD. This utility enables you to create and update user
information. For more information on the LoadXML utility, see

Section 8.2



Use the Wireless Edition data model API to programmatically create users. A
model example is provided in the WE_HOME\sample\model directory. Also,
see the Javadoc and Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition Developer’s Guide
for more information on the data model API.

1.9 Geocoding Setup

Wireless Edition provides basic geocoding through the provider MapInfo. To
expand the geocoding capability to include other providers, see the Oracle9i
Application Server Wireless Edition Implementation Guide
. Additionally, if a proxy
server is used to access an external web site (including the MapInfo provider) from
Wireless Edition, configure the ProxyFirewall.properties file:


Set http.use.proxy to true. For example:



Specify the correct host in http.proxy.host. For example:



Specify the correct port in http.proxy.port. For example:


1.10 JDBC Connection Pooling

Pooling for JDBC connections improves resource utilization and avoids connection
establishment overhead. A set of configurable parameters for this connection pool is
provided in the System.properties file. For more information see

Section 10.2