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SAS Foundation Services
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Modifying Service Configurations
Event Broker Service
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Modifying the Configuration
Creating Events and Process Flows
Information Service
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Modifying an Event Broker Service Configuration

After you create an Event Broker Service in your service deployment, you can modify its service configuration.

To modify the Event Broker Service configuration:

  1. Open SAS Management Console and connect to a metadata repository.
  2. In the navigation tree, expand the folders in the Foundation Services Manager until you find the Event Broker Service you want to modify.
  3. Right-click the service you want to modify and select Properties from the pop-up menu. The object's properties are displayed.
  4. Select the Service Configuration tab and click Edit Configuration. The EventBroker Service Configuration window appears.
  5. On the Defaults tab, enter the Default event name to use for unstructured events. Select the Resources tab.
  6. On the Resources tab, enter the event management and thread pool information for the service. Select the Connections tab.
  7. On the Connections tab, specify an Administrator Port and click Insert to create a new transport or select a transport and click Edit to edit a transport's properties. For details about creating and editing transports, see the Foundation Services Manager help. When you are finished editing a transport, click OK.
  8. To enable a service for remote access:
    1. On the Connections tab, select the RMI_Transport and click Edit to edit the RMI transport's properties. Select the General tab.
    2. On the General tab, to configure a new default event name for RMI transports that overrides the default Event Broker Service event name, enter a Default event name. Select the RMI Details tab.
    3. On the RMI Details tab, select the Enable remote clients to access service capabilities check box and click Service Names to define a new named service. When you are finished creating named services and editing the transport, click OK.
  9. When you are finished creating or editing a transport, click OK to save the Event Broker Service configuration to the metadata repository.

After you edit the Event Broker Service configuration, you can select the Event Broker Service in the navigation tree and create event definitions for the Event Broker Service. The event definitions you create can then be used to hold process flow definitions that you create.