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Service File form - Completing the Service tab

Use the Service tab to set up a requestor and to describe the primary page for processing.

Field Description
Primary Page
Page Class Select the class for the primary page that is to be used in all activities run with this Service File rule. The system creates an empty page of this class each time it executes a row of the Parse Segments array on the Request tab.
Data Transform Optional. You can identify a data transform to be applied to the primary page each time the primary page is created.
Page Name Enter a name for the primary page.

Enter any page name, or accept the default value MyServicePage. (This page name has no special characteristics.)

Processing Options Complete these fields to describe the processing mode.
Execution Mode Select one of the following:
  • Execute synchronously — to have this service run to completion after a request is received. This is the default.
  • Execute asynchronously (queue for execution) — to place a service request in a queue, for background processing. If a Final Activity is selected on the Request tab, the activity will be queued and executed as the last request of the last batch. When the queued service request is executed, the execution is performed with the authorization profile of the service.
  • Execute asynchronously (queue for Agent) — to place a service request in a queue to be picked up for scheduled execution by an Agent configured to process the queue.
Request Processor If you selected Execute asynchronously as the Execution Mode, identify a service request processor that defines the queue and its queuing and dequeueing characteristics. See Service Request Processor data instances.
Maximum size of file to queue (KB) Specify the maximum size in kilobytes of the file to be processed asynchronously when the Processing Method option is set to file at a time on the Method tab.
Requests per Queue Item Enter the number of requests to be processed. These requests are batched together and executed sequentially by the thread responsible for processing the queue item.

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