You define a business logic task handler’s fully qualified class name as follows:
The Business Logic Task Handlers screen appears. This screen lists any existing business logic task handlers assigned to the task. CA Identity Manager executes the handlers in the order in which they appear in the list.
The Business Logic Task Handler Detail screen appears.
Use the Business Logic Task Handler Detail screen to define the following information for the business logic task handler you are assigning to the task:
The name you are assigning to the business logic task handler.
An optional description of the business logic task handler.
If the business logic task handler is implemented in Java, the fully qualified business logic task handler class name--for example:
CA Identity Manager expects the class file to be located in the root directory designated for custom Java class files. For information on deploying Java class files, see the Programming Guide for Java.
With Java implementations, these fields are optional name/value pairs of data that are passed into the init() method of the Java business logic task handler, to be used in any way that the handler’s business logic requires.
To add a user-defined property, specify a property name and value, and then click Add.
Note: If you add a Java business logic task handler, you restart the application server for the handler to be loaded.
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