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Deprecated feature: The partitioning facility (WPF) feature is deprecated. You can configure partitioning with WebSphere eXtreme Scale.


Create proxy datasource


About this taskUse the administrative console, follow these steps to create a proxy data source.

  1. Select Resources > JDBC Providers.

  2. Create a cluster-wide Proxy DataSource Java™ Database Connectivity (JDBC) provider. To create a cluster-wide JDBC provider, set the scope to cluster level, then select the cluster you want. Make sure you see a red arrow on the left of the cluster.

  3. Click New.

  4. Select Proxy as the database type.

  5. Select Proxy DataSource JDBC Provider as the provider type.

  6. Select connection pool data source as the implementation type.

  7. Click Next.

  8. Select Proxy DataSource JDBC Provider from the list. Click OK.

  9. Click Apply on the Proxy DataSource JDBC Provider.

  10. Click Data Sources.

  11. Click New.

  12. Set Name to dsSampleDSProxy.

  13. Set JNDI Name to jdbc/dsSampleDSProxy.

  14. The Use this Data Source in container managed persistence (CMP) check box is checked by default. Make sure it is checked.

  15. Leave Specify a user-defined data store helper field as is. The helper class is com.ibm.websphere.rsadapter.ProxyDSDataStoreHelper.

  16. Select <CELL>/alias1 as the Component-managed Authentication Alias.

  17. Leave others as the default.

  18. Click custom properties. Set jndiNames to jdbc/WestDS;jdbc/EastDS.

  19. Click Apply.

  20. Click Save to save all configurations. The test connection will not work for Proxy DataSource.


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Configure Proxy DataSource in WebSphere eXtreme Scale


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Configure Proxy DataSource in WebSphere eXtreme Scale