Editing the mdm.conf file - 8.0

Talend Installation Guide for Windows

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MDM Platform

You can edit the file mdm.conf to customize the configuration for the MDM server according to your needs.

The parameters and their default values available in the file are listed below:

Settings

Parameters and Default Values

Usage

System settings admin.user=admin

admin.password=talend

Specifies the credentials for the default administrator users of the MDM server.

The password is encrypted upon the startup of the MDM server. For more information about how to change the default password, see Managing the passwords in configuration files.

system.data.auto.init=true

Indicates whether the MDM server will automatically initialize the system data during startup.

system.locale.default=en

Specifies the default system locale.

max.export.browserecord=1000

Indicates the maximum number of records to be exported on the Talend MDM Web UI.

max_cache_size=5000

Indicates the maximum size of the cache.

cluster_override=false

Indicates whether to override the existing content in the database for the system container when starting the MDM server.

RDBMS Settings db.autoPrepare=true

Indicates to the MDM server whether it should try to create a database on its own or not.

db.datasources=${mdm.root}/conf/datasources.xml

Points to a file that provides the database connection information.

db.default.datasource=H2-Default

Indicates to the MDM server which default datasource specified in db.datasources should be used.

Subscription Engine subscription.engine.autostart=true

Indicates whether JMS (Java Message Service) in the system will be started automatically.

system.cluster.storage.index.replication=true

Indicates whether to apply index replication per storage.

mdm.routing.engine.broker.url = vm://localhost

Specifies the connection URL for the JMS service.

routing.engine.max.execution.time.millis=300000

Indicates the maximum milliseconds a routing order can take to execute. The value of 0 indicates the routing order never expires.

For example, the value of 300000 is equal to 5 minutes.

mdm.routing.engine.consumers=5-10

Indicates the number of simultaneous routing order consumers that can be concurrently processed.

Its value supports a number range. For example, 5-10 means that at least 5 consumers will be present, with a maximum of 10 if all previous consumers are busy.

mdm.routing.engine.broker.sessionCacheSize=1

Indicates the number of cached JMS sessions per session acknowledgement type (auto, client, dups_ok, transacted).

If needed, you can increase this number in a high-concurrency environment.

IAM settings tac.domain=@company.com

Defines a domain used to translate usernames to emails for backward compatibility when migrating Jobs to a 7.0 MDM server.

oidc.url

Defines the URL to your Talend Identity and Access Management, href="http://localhost:9080/oidc" for example.

oidc.userauth.url Defines the URL to your Talend Identity and Access Management user authentication, href="http://localhost:9080/oidc" for example.
oidc.client.id Defines the Talend Identity and Access Management OIDC client identifier.
oidc.client.secret Defines the Talend Identity and Access Management OIDC password.
scim.url Defines the URL to your Talend Identity and Access Management SCIM,href="http://localhost:9080/scim" for example.
scim.username Defines the username for the user in the SCIM.
scim.password Defines the password for the user in the SCIM.
Mandatory:
security.basic.enabled=false
security.oidc.client.expectedIssuer=${oidc.url}
security.oidc.client.keyUri=${oidc.url}/jwk/keys
security.oidc.client.endSessionEndpoint=${oidc.userauth.url}/idp/logout
security.oauth2.client.clientId=${oidc.client.id}
security.oauth2.client.clientSecret=${oidc.client.secret}
security.oauth2.client.scope=openid refreshToken
security.oauth2.client.access-token-uri=${oidc.url}/oauth2/token
security.oauth2.client.user-authorization-uri=${oidc.userauth.url}/idp/authorize?consent=none
iam.license.keepAliveEndpoint=${oidc.url}/api/v1/licenses/keepAlive

Optional:

security.oidc.client.notBeforeTimeTolerance=60
security.oidc.client.claimIssueAtTolerance=60
security.oidc.client.claimIssueAtExpiration=3600
security.oidc.client.claimExpirationTolerance=60
security.oidc.client.maxAuthenticationTime=7200
security.oidc.client.tokenExpirationLeeway=30
Defines the Single Sign-On security configuration.
Fuzzy search setting lucene.fuzzy.search=true

Indicates whether Lucene fuzzy search is enabled for searching data records. By default, this parameter is not added in the file and Lucene fuzzy search is enabled. You can add this parameter and set its value to false to disable Lucene fuzzy search.