- IoT Overview
- 1. Getting Started
- 2. Creating an IoT Solution
- 2.1. Model the Device
- 2.2. Create an Instance of the Device from Template
- 2.3. Create Event Source and Threshold Policy for the Device
- 2.4. Create Event Stream for Device
- 2.5. Create Application
- 2.6. Create Event Stream for Application
- 2.7. Subscribe to Events
- 2.8. Configure the Device
- 2.9. Configure the Application
- 2.10. Send Event from Device
- 3. API Documentation
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Configure the Application
In order to establish a secure communication between the application and the Covisint IoT Platform, you will need the following connectivity and message processing information.
CONNECTIVITY CONFIGURATION INFORMATION
Information you will need to establish a secure communication.
Host – The host name of the Covisint JMS MQTT Broker for your solution Port – The port of the Covisint IoT JMS Broker for your solution jmsProvider – the provider name of the JMS broker connectionFactory – the JMS connection factory for the JMS Broker brokerName – the broker name to connect providerURL – the JMS JNDI URL for connecting initialContextFactory – the context factory class consumerTopic – The consumer JMS queue name which will contain all events producerTopic – the producer JMS queue name which will be used to publish commands to the device. alertConsumerTopic – The alert consumer JMS queue name which will contain events that caused an alert accountId – the id to be passed to the JMS broker when publishing commands and subscribing to events. Username – the username required to provide when connecting to the JMS broker. Basic authentication. Password – the password required to provide when connecting to the JMS broker. Basic authentication.
MESSAGE PROCESSING CONFIGURATION INFORMATION
Information you will need to publish commands and subscribe to events.
ownerId - the application Id. consumerPrivateKey – The key used to decrypt the incoming events and alerts from the broker. producerPublicKey – The key used to encrypt the command message which will be published to the producer topic. Password – the password for the device. When device security set to basic. Username – the username of the device. When device security set to basic.