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Creating Integration Event Queues

When Integration Event support is enabled, a default integration event queue is provided with Oracle CRM On Demand. However, you can also create additional queues and specify to which queues individual integration events are written.

Before you begin. Integration Event Administration must be set up for your company, as described in About Integration Events. When Integration Event Administration is set up, the maximum number of integration events allowed in the queues is configured as part of your company profile. To perform the following procedure, your user role must have the Enable Integration Event Access privilege.

To create an integration event queue

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click the Admin global link.
  2. In the Data Management Tools section, click the Integration Event Administration link.
  3. On the Integration Event Administration page, click the Integration Event Queue Management link.
  4. On the Integration Queue Management page, click New Queue.
  5. On the Integration Event Queue Settings Page, complete the following fields, and click Save.

    Field

    Comments

    Queue Name

    Enter the name for the queue. Required field.

    Description

    Enter a description of the usage of the queue.

    Disabled

    Ensure that this check box is deselected.

    Queue Size

     

    Enter the size of the queue. This size cannot exceed the size shown in the Unassigned Queue Capacity field. Required field.

    The Integration Event File Limit field shows the total number of events that the company can store for all queues. If the size of the existing queues matches this number, you cannot create a new queue.

    Notification Email Address

    Enter an email address if a warning email is to be sent when the queue is full or when the queue reaches a certain size.

    Send Warning Email When The Number Of Queued Transactions Reaches

    Specify the size that the queue is allowed to reach before a warning email is sent to the address specified in the Notification Email Address field.


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