Managing Alliance Access 06,07
A Coggle Diagram about 107p.
- Message Flow
- The "path of a message instance" through Alliance is determined by the Routing Rules.
- Alliance is delivered with "default Routing Rules" which can be modified.
- A queue is where AA stores message instance.
- A "routing point" is where message transformation takes place in AA.
Routing points consist of these elements :check:
- a queue
- a message processing function
- a set of routing rules.
- An "exit point" is a special routing point that AA uses to route message instance to external applications(msg partners).
- An operators can define their own exit point for specific routing purposes and can also create user-defined queues for other needs.
- "system queue" / "user-defined queue" / "exit points" 차이점 및 어디에 사용하는지? :red_flag: :star:
- Each routing point queue can be holding or releasing it to stop and start the flow of messages.
- Queue thresholds can be set to generate warnings when the number of messages in a queue reaches a specified level.
- If a message is older than the "Maximum message age limit" that is set, then the queue is put in an [exceptional state] and [event] is logged.