Oracle® Beehive RESTful Web Services API Reference
Release 2 (220.127.116.11)
The Subscriptions category enables you to control Oracle Beehive's Subscriptions Service. Refer to the module "Managing Oracle Beehive Subscriptions and Notifications" in Oracle Beehive Administrator's Guide in Oracle Beehive Documentation Libraryfor more information.
A subscription, or more specifically, a user subscription, is a special type of policy that allows a user to be informed, through a notification message, whenever a particular event takes place. You create a user subscription from a predefined rule in a subscription template.
The following properties control the behavior of event subscription and polling:
|Name||Description||Optional?||Mutable?||Initial Value||Minimum Value||Maximum Value|
|PresenceConnectionsLimit||Maximum number of presence connections a single client may establish through Oracle Beehive RESTful Web Services. Setting this property to 0 disables presence connection initiation.||false||true||2||0||10|
|NotificationQueuePollConcurrencyLimit||Maximum number of concurrent poll operations allowed on the server.||false||true||100||1||1000|
|NotificationQueueSuspendThreshold||Maximum number of pending notifications that can be held by Oracle Beehive RESTful Web Services for the client. After the queue reaches that size, a special marker added to the notifications queue and further notifications are suspended.||false||true||100||1||1000|
|NotificationQueuePollTimeout||Number of milliseconds the server will wait for notifications to appear in the queue during polling operations. Larger numbers save traffic and CPU but increase the number of utilized threads.||false||true||2000||10||10000|
|NotificationSessionTTL||Number of seconds the event session stays open while client is not polling.||false||true||60||10||1800|
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