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Additional Resources Page This page describes additional resources that might make for interesting reading.
Startup in Detail Page When Interlok is started without any commandline parameters, it expects to find a file bootstrap.properties on the classpath (generally in the config directory). If a file is specified on the commandline then this is expected to be a file present on the classpath or a fully qualified filename. This...
What's changed since 2.x Page This is a brief guide about what's changed in the adapter..
Running Interlok Page Using the bundled executable The adapter executable adapter.command (Mac OSX based systems), adapter (Unix based systems), or adapter.exe (Windows) is controlled by a properties file which has the same name as the executable but with a .lax extension. The properties in the lax file control the initial environment...
Error Handling Page This document describes the error handling that can be configured within Interlok
Events in Interlok Page Event handling in Interlok consists of a single component default-event-handler which is responsible for publishing AdapterLifecycleEvents and MessageLifecycleEvents events when appropriate. default-event-handler wraps other standard components to fulfil its specialised role within Interlok, so where the event eventually goes is up your configuration. When a standard...
Accessing External Webservices Page This document is aimed at developers and system administrators who wish to make use to make calls to web-services outside of the domain of Interlok. Dependin...
Interlok RESTful Services Page Note: This is only useful if you want to inject messages into an arbitrary workflow. Use a normal jetty based workflow if that is the intended endpoint Important: since 3.8.3 Generally, if you are using Interlok as an...
Interlok as a Webservices Host Page Note: This is only useful if you want to inject messages into an arbitrary workflow. Use a normal jetty based workflow if that is the intended endpoint Important: since 3.8.0; adp-web-services has been renamed to interlok-web-services Generally, if...
Interlok Installation Page Installation Installation is pretty easy. Download the installer, and execute it. Unix Download the unix installer and execute it from a prompt after download sh ./interlok-install-{version}.bin The default installation mode is console, in order to use the GUI installer, invoke the binary with the -i...
Shared Components / JNDI Page This document will describe how Interlok utilizes the Java Naming and Directory Interface so that workflows may reference pre-configured connection objects r...
Applying a License Page The main Interlok runtime no longer needs a license; however some of the optional components may require a license which can be applied using the following method. Applying a license If you have purchased an Interlok license, then you can get a license key from our support team. You...
Optional Components Page This describes all the optional components that are currently available.
What is Interlok Page Adaptris Interlok is an event-based framework designed to enable architects to rapidly connect different applications, communications standards and data standards to deliver an integrated solution. The key design philosophy of the Interlok framework is the ability to apply...
Dashboard Page The Dashboard Page is the first page a user is directed to after a successful login action. You can also navigate to this page using the Dashboard menu item ...
Introduction to the UI Page ## Management Overview ## The UI Dashboard page facilitates Interlok management. Listing all the registered Interlok containers Adapters (auto-discovered and manually added), it gives real-time updates about their status. The dashboard page also allows you to control (start/stop) the Interlok containers Adapters, Channels and Workflows. Other useful features include the...
Log Config Page The Log Config page allows you to modify an adapter log configuration. (Since 3.6.0)
Log Monitor Page The Log Monitor page allows you to view real-time adapter logs. (Since 3.4.0)
Logging In Page ## Interlok Login Page ## The UI is a secured web application and only allows authorised users to log in. ![Login Page](./images/ui-user-guide/login-page.png) {% include note.html content="After installing the Interlok container, users are able to use the default admin account:Username: `admin`Password: `admin`" %} {% include important.html content="You should change the password...
Navigation Page Once logged in, a user will be redirected to the Dashboard page. The Navigation bar is available at the top of the page, and is part of the page header. Users can use the options on this bar to navigation to the various parts of the UI. Navigation bar (with...
Overview of the UI Page The Interlok GUI is an easy-to-use and comprehensive tool intended to facilitate Adapter management, monitoring and configuration.
Widgets Page The Runtime Widgets page allows you to view real-time runtime information driven by various parts of your configured containers.