MID Servers can be configured in separate domains.
The records that can be read, updated, or created by a MID Server are determined by the
credentials configured for that MID Server in the config.xml file. These
are the user credentials that a MID Server uses to access the instance and specify which
domain's records that MID Server can access.
You can create versions of these specific MID Server policy records that
only a MID Server from the same domain can use. This process separation is supported for records
in tables that extend MID Server Synchronized Files [ecc_agent_sync_file]:
- MID Server MIB File [ecc_agent_mib]
- MID Server JAR File [ecc_agent_jar]
- MID Server Script File [ecc_agent_script_files]
See Set up domain separation for MID servers for
instructions on setting up domain separation through the MID server.
Note: Attachments on MIB or JAR file records might not appear as they did in a non-domain
separated environment. This occurs because the Attachments [sys_attachment] table is data
separated. When data is
separated between domains, a record in a child domain cannot access records in a parent domain.