High availability setup for Oracle MFT 12.2.1.0.0

In this post we will post see how to configure MFT for high availability.

If you wont setup the high availability properties in mft console in a cluster environment then you will face the issues with file polling.

For high availability we have to set the below properties.

Control Directory–> is the directory path which MFT File/FTP adapters require to
handle HA use cases. This field is required if the MFT is running in HA
environment. You must set it to a shared location if multiple Oracle WebLogic
Server instances run in a cluster, for example $DOMAIN_HOME/mft/control_di.

Inbound Datasource –>is the inbound data source of MFT where the schemas
corresponding to high availability are precreated. This field is required if the
Control Directory is not provided. The default, established outside of Oracle
Managed File Transfer, is jdbc/MFTDataSource.

Outbound Datasource –> is the outbound data source of MFT where the schemas
corresponding to high availability are precreated. This field is required if the
Control Directory is not provided. The default, established outside of Oracle
Managed File Transfer, is jdbc/MFTDataSource.

Create a control directory in your domain home and name it like “control_di”.

Login to mftconsole and go to administration –> Server properties

In High availability properties provide the newly created control directory location and data source jndi name in both inbound and outbound datasource.

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