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Associating listeners with node types


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To effectively use node classification, you must associate listeners with node types so that only nodes with this node type assignment process the listener work requests.

  • To view the lists of listeners, you need the pzListenerObserver privilege.
  • To perform actions with listeners, you need the pzListenerAdministrator privilege.
  • To perform actions with listeners, such as stopping or tracing, you need the pzAgentAdministrator privilege.
  1. In the navigation pane of Dev Studio, click Records Integration-Resources .

  2. Click the listener that you want to configure: Email Listener, File Listener, JMS Listener, or MQ Listener.

  3. Click the name of a listener in the list to open its rule form.

  4. In the Listener nodes section on the Properties tab, select NodeClassification based startup from the Startup option list.

    If you do not see the Startup option list, clear the Block startup check box.
  5. In the Classification section, click the Plus icon to add a node type.

  6. In the Node Type field, press the Down Arrow key and select a node type from the list. Only the allowed node types are shown. The listener runs for all the nodes that are started with the node type or types that you select.

  7. Optional:

    Repeat these steps to add another node type to the same listener.

  8. Click Save.

To run the listener on all the node types, select Run on all nodes from the Startup option list and save the rule form.
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