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SAP Mobile Platform VSA Configuration

Upon SAP Mobile Platform Server installation, the NW-VSI and virus scanning capabilities are disabled and there is no VSA configured

Adapter Configuration

On server startup, a warning message is written to the server log in <SMP_HOME>\Server\log\<hostname>-smp-server.log to indicate that no VSI is active, and you must configure a VSA to implement virus scanning:

2014 03 06 12:17:57#+00#WARN#com.sybase365.mobiliser.framework.vscan.scanner.impl.VScanImpl##anonymous#aims-init-1###No customized vsi configuration is provided. The AdapterPath configuration is empty. Initialization is skipped and no virus scan will be performed

You must first configure the VSA to enable virus scanning in SAP Mobile Platform. The VSA is configured using the com.sybase365.mobiliser.framework.vsi.properties file located in <SMP_HOME>\Server\config_master\com.sybase365.mobiliser.framework.vsi\
The Active and AdapterPath parameters are used to configure and enable the VSA.
Property Default Value Description
vsi.provider.Virus_Scan_Adapter.Adapters.VSA_DEFAULT.Active false specifies if the Virus Scan Adapter is active
vsi.provider.Virus_Scan_Adapter.Adapters.VSA_DEFAULT.AdapterPath   complete path to the storage location of the adapter as specified in the partner product documentation or as specified during VSA configuration.
When your VSA is enabled, you may configure individual settings for the VSA. Configurable parameters are listed below:
Property Default Value Description
vsi.provider.Virus_Scan_Adapter.Adapters.VSA_DEFAULT.PoolInstanceTimeOut 3600 specifies the amount of time, in seconds, that a scan instance remains in the instance pool before it will timeout.
vsi.provider.Virus_Scan_Adapter.Adapters.VSA_DEFAULT.PoolMaxInstances 50 specifies the maximum number of scan instances provided by the Virus Scan Server . If this number is exceeded, the virus scanner is no longer available for scan requests
vsi.provider.Virus_Scan_Adapter.Adapters.VSA_DEFAULT.ReInitTime 0 reinitialization interval, in hours for the VSA. If you receive new virus definitions at regular intervals, you must specify this parameter. If you enter 0, the VSA will not automatically reinitialize.