22.2. Configuring the Activation Coordinator

The simplest way to configure a stand-alone coordinator is to provide a command line switch when starting the Enterprise Application Platform. The -D option specifies a setting for a System property. Several configuration options can be enabled, taking effect in Section 22.2.1, “Command-Line Options Passed with the -D Parameter, Ordered by Priority”.

22.2.1. Command-Line Options Passed with the -D Parameter, Ordered by Priority

Absolute URL

  • Property: org.jboss.jbossts.xts11.coordinatorURL
  • The value assigned to these URLs depends upon the configuration of the remote coordinator host. The sample values listed with the property names are appropriate when the coordinator is another JBoss Transaction Service XTS service. Substitute the coord.host and coord.port with the appropriate values for the Enterprise Application Platform instance running the Activation Coordinator service.

Coordinator Host Information

  • Property

    • org.jboss.jbossts.xts11.coordinator.host
    • org.jboss.jbossts.xts11.coordinator.port
    • org.jboss.jbossts.xts11.coordinator.path


    • server.bind.address
    • jboss.web.bind.port
    • ws-c11/ActivationService
  • If you set any of these three components, the coordinator URL is constructed using whichever of the component values is defined and substituting the default values specified for any undefined components. The values server.bind.address and jboss.web.bind.port represent the server bind address and the web service listener port obtained either from the application server command-line or the server configuration files.