Oracle® Beehive SOAP Web Services API Reference
Release 2 (126.96.36.199)
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 for 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 the BDK. 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 the BDK 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|