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# Reference the Application Variable in the Message field of the trigger editor, using the dollar-sign curly braces format, as highlighted in the figure below.[{Image src='ep-sch-bc-appvar.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the Cron trigger editor and demonstrates using Application Variables in the Message field' align='left|center|right' }]
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Caution - Any defined Application Variable is available to all JBI applications deployed in a GlassFish server, therefore care must be taken to qualify Application Variables for different deployments. Typically, you can do this by adding a unique prefix to the Application Variable name, such as the name of the WSDL binding. For example, in the image above, the prefix “cronBinding.” is used as a prefix. \\
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Note - Any defined Application Variable is available to all JBI applications deployed in a GlassFish server, therefore care must be taken to qualify Application Variables for different deployments. Typically, you can do this by adding a unique prefix to the Application Variable name, such as the name of the WSDL binding. For example, in the image below, the prefix “cronBinding.” is used to differentiate the variables.\\
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# Reference the Application Variable in the Message field of the trigger editor, using the dollar-sign curly braces format, as highlighted in the figure below.[{Image src='ep-sch-bc-appvar.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the Cron trigger editor and demonstrates using Application Variables in the Message field' align='left|center|right' }]\\
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# From the Services window, right-click the sun-scheduler-binding, under GlassFish V2 → JBI → Binding Components, and choose Properties from the pop-up menu.
## From the Services window, right-click the sun-scheduler-binding, under GlassFish V2 → JBI → Binding Components, and choose Properties from the pop-up menu.
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# Click the edit button for the Application Variables property.
## Click the edit button for the Application Variables property.
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# Click Add, and select the type of variable type for your Application Variable: String, Number, Boolean, or Password. Click OK[{Image src='ep-sch-bc-apvar-prop.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the Scheduler runtime properties editor as described in context' align='left|center|right' }]\\ \\A new row is added to the Application Variables dialog box.\\
# For each Application Variable, enter the name, exactly as referenced in the Message field of the trigger editor, omitting the dollar sign and curly braces.
# Enter the Application Variable's corresponding value in the Value field. Password values are masked for confidentiality.[Image shows the Application Variables dialog box with two Application Variables configured|figures/ep-sch-bc-appvar-ok.gif]
## Click Add, and select the type of variable type for your Application Variable: String, Number, Boolean, or Password. Click OK[{Image src='ep-sch-bc-apvar-prop.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the Scheduler runtime properties editor as described in context' align='left|center|right' }]\\ \\A new row is added to the Application Variables dialog box.\\
## For each Application Variable, enter the name, exactly as referenced in the Message field of the trigger editor, omitting the dollar sign and curly braces.
## Enter the Application Variable's corresponding value in the Value field. Password values are masked for confidentiality.[Image shows the Application Variables dialog box with two Application Variables configured|figures/ep-sch-bc-appvar-ok.gif]
## Once you have completed all of your Application Variables, Click OK.\\ \\The Application Variables are added to the sun-scheduler-binding Properties Editor's Application Variables field, and are ready to use.
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# Once you have completed all of your Application Variables, Click OK.\\ \\The Application Variables are added to the sun-scheduler-binding Properties Editor's Application Variables field, and are ready to use.
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For information on using the Command Line Interface (CLI) to create, update, and delete Application Variables, see [http://wiki.open-esb.java.net/Wiki.jsp?page=Create JBI Application Variables|CreateJbiApplicationVariables], [Update JBI Application Variables|UpdateJbiApplicationVariables], or [Delete JBI Application Variable|DeleteJbiApplicationVariable].\\
For information on using the Command Line Interface (CLI) to create, update, and delete Application Variables, see [Create JBI Application Variables|CreateJbiApplicationVariables], [Update JBI Application Variables|UpdateJbiApplicationVariables], or [Delete JBI Application Variable|DeleteJbiApplicationVariable].\\
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