Environment Variables - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director User Guide

Product type
Software
Product family
Trillium
Product
Trillium > Trillium Quality
Version
17.2
Language
English
Product name
Trillium Quality
Title
Trillium Director User Guide
Topic type
How Do I
Overview
Configuration
Reference
Administration
Installation
First publish date
2008

The Director makes use of the environment variables defined in the table below. On Windows systems, default values for some of these variables are automatically set during installation; others must be manually set. On Linux systems, these variables must be set manually for the user who starts and/or accesses the Director processes.

TS_CONFIG, TS_DUMP_FILES, TS_THREAD_STACK_SIZE and TS_QUALITY can be set in the Trillium.cfg configuration file, as described in Inside the Configuration Files.

Table 1. Environment Variables

Variable

Use

TS_QUALITY

Location of the Trillium Quality /bin directory, by default/Program Files/Trillium Software/MBSW/17/tsq/Software.

TRILLDIRADDR

Name of the Director host or IP address (in dotted decimal format) of the node on which the Director listens. Set on client and cleanser/matcher server machines. This must be set manually after the installation for any client using the Trillium Director.

TRILLDIRPORT

Port on which the Director listens for incoming requests from a client application. Set on client and cleanser/matcher server machines. It must be set manually after the installation for any client using the Trillium Director.

TS_DUMP_FILES

(Optional, used for debugging) Path to the location where dump files will be created. If the I/O buffers dump trace level is set, as described in I/O buffers dump, individual I/O buffer dump files will be created in this location.

 

The buffer dump is in both hexadecimal and character formats. If the data encoding is non-ASCII, the characters are not readable. Using the TS_DUMP_FILES parameter, buffer traces will be written to separate files in binary so that they can be loaded in the proper encoding.

 

The file name consists of the process name and the buffer type - in(put), out(put), ref(erence), or com(monizer). For example, if the process name is JPPARSE and the buffer being dumped is the input buffer, the file name will be JPPARSE.in.

 

If the first character of the directory name is an asterisk (*), the records will be appended to the file; otherwise, the file is cleared before each record is written.

 

If this parameter is not specified and I/O buffer traces are enabled, the traces will be written to the DIRCleanser.log or DIRMatcher.log file.

PATH (Windows)

Library path environment variable, which must include the path to the TGenClient.dll and trilTGenClientLibrary.dll files.

LD_LIBRARY_PATH (Linux)

Library path environment variable, which must include the path to the client library files (libtrilTGenClientLibrary.so or the xerces library).

RFC_INI

(Trillium for SAP users only.) The location of the saprfc.ini file. Set on the machine that will run Trillium for SAP. By default, the location is <install path>/Software/bin.

Note: On Linux platforms, the Unicode client files are installed in the <install path>/Software/bin/ directory.