proxyPort=” replacing the values with the correct values for your installation. jar environment with: jPOS-EE-SDK r 1. Tip The bootstrap process. jPOS Extended Edition Software Development Kit Version: Table of Contents Foreword. jPOS-EE is all about code reuse, and has a very simple SDK based on a pluggable module architecture that can be bundled together at compile time to create.
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User, Props and Permissions Bootstrap Create a new directory, i. You can use any name you want. Then run the following command: TipThe bootstrap process requires to fetch files from the Internet. If you use a proxy for Internet access, you will need to set the necessary ant options.
On Linux, for bash: In order to test your new installation, please download the splash [http: For additional information about available modules, stay tuned to our Blog [http: Most modules will use specific jar files that will be installed in their lib directory.
These jars will either be provided as part of the module distribution zip file or will be downloaded by the ant setup in the module specific build. Whenever you download a new module, you should attempt to run its ‘setup’ target using the command: We often update the supporting jars versions, so you should pay attention to the versions in use and eventually remove old versions from the lib directory.
If in doubt, clear out the lib folder in your module directory and then invoke ant setup again. NoteAt any time, you can callant updatein order to fetch a new version of bootstrap.
After an ant update we recommend to perform a full ant clean compile. TipAnt compares the timestamps of the local and repository files in order to decide if a download is required or not. After a failed download, a corrupted file may have the appropriate timestamp.
If in doubt, you may want to remove remove the suspicious jar and try ant setup again. A list of modules that should be ignored at compile time. The list of modules to be included at compile time. Each module has the following directory structure most directories are optional: These tasks would be included in the top level test ant’s target.
We recommend a careful look at the toplevel build. You’ll notice that the toplevel jpos-ee build. You can also add modules of your own.
jPOS – Users – JPos-ee to IDE
You can take advantage of this feature by ant singlejar target. If you want to import its source code and supporting jars into your favorite IDE, we recommend that you use jPOS-EE-SDK’s own ant configuration at least once in order to copy the necessary files from their source locations to the build directory.
Coding conventionsWe adhere to standard coding conventions [http: Four spaces should be used as the unit of indentation. The exact construction of the indentation spaces vs. Tabs must be set exactly every 8 spaces not 4. Due to our revision control system, we also need that hard tabs ASCII 0x09 are not used in source code and configuration files in order for diff to work properly among platforms.
For vim users, we are using the following.
After installing this module, make sure you call ‘ant setup’ in order to get the those jars from their repositories. See Jetty’s Home [http: JPublishThis module installs JPublish [http: For legacy reasons, we have a DB org. Now that we rely on Hibernate, we still keep it around as an easy way to initialize Hibernate, and to keep in scope a few variables required by the system such as an optional reference to a Log object. Whenever you need to access the EE system, you just have to instantiate a DB object, and create an [hibernate] session.
It is thrown by e applications to indicate a problem that is expected to happen during normal system operation 1, but not to indicate runtime or lower level system problems. BLExceptioncan carry a nested exception.
It also implements jPOS’ org. Loggeable interface so you can easily add it to a LogEvent. ConstantsMany modules, specially those using the TransactionManager’s Context have to define a lot of Es. We found useful to have a centralized point for that, the org. Constants in order to have instant access to all these handy variables.
Terminals and TerminalProfileAs described in the previous section, Terminals can be assigned to either Merchants or Stores a Store is a subclass of Merchant. We keep in this table basic information about a Terminal, an information field called ‘softVersion’ so we can keep track of the version installed using the Revision History and a pointer to a TerminalProfile. In a typical acquirer system you have to ssk with different groups of terminals, usually having different capabilities i. That information is stored in the TerminalProfile table so one can easily make global changes to these groups.
The Terminal definition looks like this: Although we recommend to jppos a numbering scheme with unique terminal ids when possible, we found situations where every merchant starts has a terminal, and so on. The Context as defined by jPOS is just any Serializable object, so it’s up to the developer to define it. Actually two of them, a transient Map and a persistent one.
When the TransactionManager runs a transaction by calling the prepare operation on the defined participants, it saves a snapshot of the context to persistent storage usually a JDBMSpace. But sometimes one has to put live objects in the Context, such as a reference to a Socket connection, a JDBC session or non serializable object. So jPOS-EE Context implementation uses two maps, a persistent one the default and a transient one you have to use the ‘t’ prefix sck put and get operations, as in tput and tget In addition to standard map operations, jPOS-EE Context has some helper methods useful to access longs getLong StringgetTLong Stringetc.
We also define some general purpose Constants: Usually the raw image of a request.
Transient reference to an Hibernate Transaction. A profiler object A LogEvent associated with this jpps Response Code Extended Response CodeTipThis is a growing list that may not be synchronized with this documentation, please double-check your options in the javadocs or sourcecode.
In addition to the standard put and get operations along with their tput and tget counterpartsjPOS-EE general purpose Context has two additional handy operations: Debug participantcan be used to dump the Context to a given Logger.
It’s a great tool for debugging purposes, and jpoa good in production for audit and system monitoring. DebugThe Debug participant implements AbortParticipant, so it will be called even if the transaction aborts.
Its source code is very simple: CreateProfilerThe profiler is used in combination with the CheckPoint participant that can be added at different locations within the execution chain, i.
Notifycan be used to notify a Context producer that a given transaction has been pro-cessed. This can be used for monitoring purposes or just as a way to get a response.
It’s usage is very simple, one just have to add: It listens sdo portand forwards all incoming requests to a BSH based script that can be tweaked to meet your needs. The suite is defined by a set of XML files representing messages to be sent and their expected responses.
This can be used to specify constant values, such as terminal IDs, merchant IDs, card numbers, as well as dynamic values such as trace numbers, retrieval reference numbers, pinblocks, key exchange related stuff, etc. Then we define an initialization block, i. You can do whatever you want there, such as defining constants for later use, references to jPOS objects such as Space instances, Security module, etc.
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And then the test suite: The suite can be separated in different paths, in the previous example, we assume that there are files named: In the previous example, we send a message with some fixed data, and we expect to receive a message, with a 00 content in field While using fixed content may be okay for most fields and test cases, there are situations where you want to use dynamic content. Our simulator supports BSH scripts at the field level.
Everything jpod starts ef a bang character! Please note that in our example terminal is a runtime script variable that we’ve defined in our block. The ‘ ‘ characters operates in a similar way as the ‘! The same thing happens at receive time, when we are trying to simulate voids, reversals, ssk usually need information received in previous transactions, such as retrieval reference numbers, audit numbers, etc.
There’s a special variable name called value where we put the received content, so in the previous example, the received retrieval reference number field 37is stored in the variable named rrn for later use. The receive script may optionally return true or false, so we can write code like this: In fact, the previous example is equivalent to the following: To sdi that the received content of a field is the same as the content we sent, we can write code like jpoe Test cases supports a count attribute that can be used to fire the same test n times.
It also supports a continue attribute. The default timeout is 60 seconds, but one can specify a different timeout using the timeout attribute of the testcase element. At the end, you get a ticket with the test results.
Simple Echo Test [OK] 58ms. Simple Echo Test [OK] 38ms. srk
Simple Echo Test [OK] 70ms. Simple Echo Test [OK] 23ms. Simple Echo Test [OK] 56ms.