Web Service: Monitoring: Ports: Reliable Message
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Use this page to monitor reliable message sequences for a Web service endpoint on a single server.
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You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.
The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.
Name Description Sequence
Sequence ID for this sequence.
Flag that specifies whether this sequence is a source sequence (used to send requests) or a destination sequence (used to receive requests).
Destination ID for this sequence.
If this is a source sequence (
Sourceis true and
Offeris false) and it has completed the handshake process (that is,
Stateis not New or Creating), then it is known to the destination/service by a different ID than the one returned by
getId(). This ID is returned in the
CreateSequenceResponsesent by the destination/service and is known as the source sequence destination ID. Note, source offer sequences do not have a destination ID because the source sends the ID with the
CreateSequence, and thus both the source and destination side know the offer by the same ID.
Flag that specifies whether this sequence is an offer sequence (meaning it was set up during sequence handshaking to carry responses for a main sequence).
There are both source and destination flavors of an offer sequence, so this property should be used in tandem with
Sourceto get full information about the type of this sequence. A source offer sequence is used to send responses from the service side. A destination offer sequence is used to receive responses on the client side.
For offer sequences, specifies that the sequence is associated with another "main" sequence. This method gives the sequence ID of that sequence.
For source offer sequences (
Sourceis true and
Offeris true), then the main sequence will be a destination sequence (
Sourceis false). For destination offer sequences (
Sourceis false and
Offeris true), then the main sequence will be a source sequence (
Current state of the sequence.
Time this sequence was created.
Time of the last activity to occur on this sequence.
Time after which this sequence will expire.
Last Acknowledged Message
Message number (1 .. n) of the last request to have been acknowledged on this sequence (acknowledgement received by RM source or acknowledgement sent by RM destination).
Number of requests that have not been acknowledged on this sequence (acknowledgement received by RM source or acknowledgement sent by RM destination).
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