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Managing Integration Event Settings

You can edit the settings for all of the integration event queues.

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 queue is configured as part of your company profile. To perform the procedures described here, you must have the Enable Integration Event Access privilege in your user role.

To manage integration event settings

  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 the Edit link for the queue.
  5. On the Integration Event Queue Settings page, you can perform the following tasks:

    Task

    Action

    Disable a queue.

    Select Disabled to disable all queues, including the default queue.

    Update the size of a queue.

    Enter a value in the Queue Size field. This size cannot exceed the size shown in the Unassigned Queue Capacity 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 increase the size of the queue.

    Delete transactions from a queue.

    To delete all transactions in the queue, select the When I Click Save, Clear All Transactions check box, and then click Save to delete the transactions.

    To Delete older transactions, click the calendar icon, and select a date in the When I Click Save, Clear Transactions Older Than field. Click Save to delete the transactions.

    Configure Oracle CRM On Demand to send a warning email when the queue is full or when the queue reaches a certain size.

    Enter the email address, and (optionally) specify the size that the queue is allowed to reach before the warning email is sent. Click Save to save the email configuration.

    Specify how the values of the Date and Time fields (for example, ModifiedDate, CreatedDate) are recorded in the integration events.

    Select a value from the Time Zone field:

    • Select UTC to record the dates and times in Universal Time Code (UTC) format.
    • Select User Time Zone to record the dates and times according to the time zone of the user who updated the record. This is the default value.

    Specify whether picklist values are recorded in integration events in the user's language or as language-independent code (LIC) values.

    Select a value from the Picklist Format field:

    • Select Language Independent Values to record picklist values as LIC values.
    • Select User Language to record picklist values in the user's language. This is the default value.

    Note: The LIC values of picklists are usually the same as the ENU values.

NOTE: The Picklist Format and Time Zone fields are set for the default queue only. All other queues inherit the setting selected for the company's default queue. These fields are displayed for all queues configured for a company but are read-only for queues other than the default queue.


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