Universal Messaging 10.1 | Concepts | Deployment | Client | Client Parameters
 
Client Parameters
The Universal Messaging client API supports a variety of different parameters that can be specified in the command line of any Universal Messaging Client application.
The parameters can be specified in the command line of any Universal Messaging client application by prefacing the name of the parameter by "-D". For example, to set the value of the parameter "LOGLEVEL" to "4" for a given client application, specify "-DLOGLEVEL=4" as a parameter on the command line of the client application.
This section describes those -D parameters, what they are used for and their typical values.
Name
Required
Default
Description
LOGLEVEL
N
5
Specifies the current log level to use
LOG_FRAMEWORK
N
Specifies a third part logging framework to use. Can be set to "LOGBACK" or "LOG4J2". The default is "fLogger".
LOGFILE
N
System.out
Used to specify a log file to write the log entries to
LOGSIZE
N
100000
Specified in bytes before the log file is rolled
user.name
N
Signed on name
Used to override the current username without coding it.
HPROXY
N
Used as a short hand to set http.proxyHost and http.proxyPort
http.proxySet
N
Set to true if the url handler is to use a proxy
http.proxyHost
N
Sets the Proxy host name to use
http.proxyPort
N
The proxy port to use
CKEYSTORE
N
Short hand for javax.net.ssl.keyStore
CKEYSTOREPASSWD
N
Short hand for javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword
CAKEYSTORE
N
Short hand for javax.net.ssl.trustStore
CAKEYSTOREPASSWD
N
Short hand for javax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword
javax.net.ssl.debug
N
Useful to debug SSL issues, see www.javasoft.com for more information
SSLClientProtocol
N
Sets the default SSL Protocol to use. If not supplied then client SSL communication will attempt to use the JVM default protocol, or TLS when that is not possible.
StopJVMonOOM
N
true
Specifies whether the JVM will stop when an Out-of-Memory exception occurs. If this is set to "true", the JVM will stop when an Out-of-Memory exception occurs. If this is set to "false", the JVM will continue to run when an Out-of-Memory exception occurs.
If an Out-of-Memory exception occurs, the client will log an Out-of-Memory exception and terminate, regardless of the setting of this parameter.