IIOP Endpoint (iiopEndpoint)

IIOP Endpoint configuration

NameTypeDefaultDescription

host

string

localhost

IP address, domain name server (DNS) host name with domain name suffix, or just the DNS host name

id

string

A unique configuration ID.

iiopPort

int

Port for the unsecured server socket opened by this IIOP endpoint

tcpOptionsRef

A reference to top level tcpOptions element (string).

defaultTCPOptions

TCP protocol options for the IIOP endpoint

iiopsOptions

Specification of a secured server socket opened by this IIOP endpoint

NameTypeDefaultDescription

id

string

A unique configuration ID.

iiopsPort

int

Specify the port to be configured with the SSL options.

sessionTimeout

A period of time with second precision

1d

Amount of time to wait for a read or write request to complete on a socket. This value is overridden by protocol-specific timeouts. Specify a positive integer followed by a unit of time, which can be hours (h), minutes (m), or seconds (s). For example, specify 30 seconds as 30s. You can include multiple values in a single entry. For example, 1m30s is equivalent to 90 seconds.

sslRef

A reference to top level ssl element (string).

The default SSL configuration repertoire. The default value is defaultSSLSettings.

sslSessionTimeout

A period of time with millisecond precision

8640ms

The timeout limit for an SSL session that is established by the SSL Channel. Specify a positive integer followed by a unit of time, which can be hours (h), minutes (m), seconds (s), or milliseconds (ms). For example, specify 500 milliseconds as 500ms. You can include multiple values in a single entry. For example, 1s500ms is equivalent to 1.5 seconds.

suppressHandshakeErrors

boolean

false

Disable logging of SSL handshake errors. SSL handshake errors can occur during normal operation, however these messages can be useful when SSL is behaving unexpectedly.

tcpOptions

TCP protocol options for the IIOP endpoint

NameTypeDefaultDescription

acceptThread

boolean

false

If true, then listening ports do not share the same thread for accepting connections. Otherwise, they share the same thread.

addressExcludeList

string

A comma-separated list of addresses that are not allowed to make inbound connections on this endpoint. You can specify IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. All values in an IPv4 or IPv6 address must be represented by a number or by an asterisk wildcard character.

addressIncludeList

string

A comma-separated list of addresses that are allowed to make inbound connections on this endpoint. You can specify IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. All values in an IPv4 or IPv6 address must be represented by a number or by an asterisk wildcard character.

hostNameExcludeList

string

A comma-separated list of host names that are not allowed to make inbound connections on this endpoint. Host names are not case-sensitive and can start with an asterisk, which is used as a wildcard character. However, asterisks cannot be elsewhere in the host name. For example, *.abc.com is valid, but *.abc.* is not valid.

hostNameIncludeList

string

A comma-separated list of host names that are allowed to make inbound connections on this endpoint. Host names are not case-sensitive and can start with an asterisk, which is used as a wildcard character. However, asterisks cannot be elsewhere in the host name. For example, *.abc.com is valid, but *.abc.* is not valid.

inactivityTimeout

A period of time with millisecond precision

60s

Amount of time to wait for a read or write request to complete on a socket. This value is overridden by protocol-specific timeouts. Specify a positive integer followed by a unit of time, which can be hours (h), minutes (m), seconds (s), or milliseconds (ms). For example, specify 500 milliseconds as 500ms. You can include multiple values in a single entry. For example, 1s500ms is equivalent to 1.5 seconds.

soReuseAddr

boolean

true

Enables immediate rebind to a port with no active listener.

waitToAccept

boolean

false

Queries whether this TCP Channel will delay accepting connections until the server starts. If false, connections are closed until the server starts. If true, the value for the acceptThread tcpOption is also set to true, and connections are delayed until the server starts.