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What is the use of service events in agentry editor?

Hi all,

In Agentry editor we have service events in module level hierarchy.

What is use of these events and how to use in the application where these are exactly needed.

Can anyone please explain with an example.

Thanks in advance,

Swaroopa.

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 11:59 AM

    Hi,

    Service events determines how the agentry server synchronise data with the backend system.

    Service event will normally perform synchronization when a change or event occurs in a source back end system that must be reflected in a destination back end system.

    The service event creates object instances based on data retrieved from the source back end system. It then updates this object data to the destination back end system. The components of the service event that retrieve data from the source back end system differ for each service event type.

    If its a Java Callback service event type, it includes a Java code component that is an extension of the ServiceEvent Agentry Java API class that allows a the source back end system to call into the Agentry Server as a notification of a modification to that back end system’s data.

    Thanks

    Resmi

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 07:54 PM

    Resmi,

    Put very simply: Service Events provide a socket listener on the Agentry Server that will accept requests and then run steps you have defined in your Agentry application, usually to handle notifications that need to be sent to Agentry clients.

    Jason Latko - Senior Product Developer at SAP

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