Document Properties
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Last Modified23-Nov-2020
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ProductIOM 3.1

Reference - IOM Properties

Product Version

3.1

Product To Version


Status

final

1 Introduction

This guide is addressed to project developers to give them an overview about global IOM properties, which can be set in the context of projects.

Glossary

WordingDescription
CLICommand Line Interface
IOM

The abbreviation for Intershop Order Management

JBossSynonym for WildFly (former name of the WildFly application server)
OMSThe abbreviation for Order Management System, the technical name of IOM
URLUniform Resource Locator
WildFlyThe application server that IOM runs on

1.1 References

2 Cluster Properties

These properties are defined in IOM standard project structure as part of the customization artifact. Cluster properties are WildFly system properties, which define the machine-independent global configuration of an IOM cluster. It is possible to define environment-specific cluster.properties.

directory structure of custom properties
etc/
├── base/
│   ├── cluster.properties
│   └── ...
└── env/
    ├── <env-name 1>/
    │   └── cluster.properties
    ├── <env-name 2>/
    │    └── cluster.properties
    └── ...


Property
Description
Exemplary Value
is.oms.mail.external.fromThe sender address for external e-mails (e.g., e-mails sent to the shop customers)noreply@youraddress.com
is.oms.mail.internal.fromThe sender address for internal e-mails (e.g., to report errors via e-mail)noreply@youraddress.com
is.oms.mail.internal.toThe recipient for internal e-mailsoperations@youraddress.com
is.oms.mail.internal.ccThe carbon copy for internal e-mails
is.oms.mail.internal.bccThe blind carbon copy for internal e-mails
is.oms.mail.businessoperations.toThe recipient for business operations e-mailsbusinessoperations@youraddress .com
is.oms.validation.pattern.phoneValidation pattern for phone numbers. If not set, the default value will be used.(^$)|(^[+]?[0-9. ()/-]{8,25}$)
is.oms.validation.pattern.email

Validation pattern for e-mail addresses. If not set, the default value will be used.

Note

The character '\' in the regular expression requires an escaping (\ => \\). Otherwise, the property would not be set correctly.

Desired expression

^[A-Za-z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Za-z0-9][A-Za-z0-9.-]*\.[A-Za-z]{2,9}$

requires the following escaped expression

^[A-Za-z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Za-z0-9][A-Za-z0-9.-]*\\.[A-Za-z]{2,9}$

is.oms.validation.pattern.password

Validation pattern for passwords. If not set, the default value will be used.

Note

The character '\' in the regular expression requires an escaping (\ => \\). Otherwise, the property would not be set correctly.


Desired expression

^(?=[^\s]*[a-zA-Z])(?=[^\s]*[\d])[^\s]{8,}$

requires the following escaped expression

^(?=[^\\s]*[a-zA-Z])(?=[^\\s]*[\\d])[^\\s]{8,}$

is.oms.validation.pattern.password.hintThe displayed note where you can explain the password rules for OMT users can be customized.
If not set, the default value will be used.
The password must include a letter, a number and must contain at least 8 characters.


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