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If a real time job needs to be executed through a front end (eg.Enterprise Portal), a corresponding Real time service and a web service needs to be created. The below shown job is a real time job where in the Data flow is encapsulated with in the Real Time Process.

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Steps to create Real time service

1.       Login to the Management Console. Under Administrator, expand the Real – Time tab.

2.       Under the access server name, click on the Real time services.

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3.     There are 2 tabs shown on the right side.  

    • Real Time Services Status
    • Real Time Services Configuration

4.     Click on the Real Time Services Configuration. This allows to Add, edit or remove a service.

5.     The real time services that are already created will be listed. If there is no real time service created, it appears to be blank.

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  1. 6.       Click on the Add button to add a new service.

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7.      Under Service Configuration, provide a unique name for the service.

8.      Click Browse Jobs to view a list of all the real-time jobs available in the repositories that is connected to the Administrator.

9.       Select a job from the appropriate repository to map it to the real time service.

10.     Under Service Provider, click on the check box to select a Job server. Select the appropriate Job server to control the service provider.

11.     In the Min instances and Max instances fields, enter a minimum and a maximum number of service providers that you want this Job Server to control for this      service.

12.       Then click on Apply.

Steps to start a Real time service:

1.    1.     Under the access server name, click on the Real time services.

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2.     There are 2 tabs shown on the right side.  

    • Real Time Services Status
    • Real Time Services Configuration.

    3.     Click on the Real Time Services Status. This allows viewing the status of service, applying an action, or selecting a service name to see statistics and service    providers.

    4.     In the Real-Time Services Status tab, select the check box next to the service or services that you want to start.

    5.     Click Start. The Access Server starts the minimum number of service providers for this service.

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    1. Vijay Ragavan

      Hi,

      Any information on how a web service created as above can be accessed via HTTP post? According to the documentation (sbo411_ds_integrate_en.pdf), the web service can be accessed via HTTP by using the URL: http://ds_host_name:access_server_port/admin/servlet/com.acta.adapter.http.server.HTTPActaServlet?ServiceName=ServiceName

      But it doesn’t seem to work? Are there any other steps needed to enable this feature?

      Thanks in advance for answering….

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