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Error Recovery

Specify processing settings for the selected data source. Configuration file parameters are provided in parentheses.

Maximum retries

Specify the number of time the service tries to run a process command that terminates with a recoverable error exit status. If the exit status indicates that the Databridge Server is inaccessible or that the relational database is down, this parameter is ignored and the service retries with longer intervals until the interval reaches five minutes.

Minimum wait (in seconds)

Specify the delay (in seconds) before a process command is attempted after an error.

Retry interval (in seconds)

Specify the interval (in seconds) between attempts by the service to launch the next process command when a process command terminates with a recoverable exit code.

Stop processing on audit file notify

Stops Client processing after this audit file has been processed. If a process command is active, the service sends the operator command stop after afn nnn which makes the Process command stop when it is done processing the specified audit file. If no Process command is active, the service starts DBClient with the /F <afn> command-line option, which the Client treats as a stop after afn nnn command.

Switch DMSII audit file on notify

This parameter causes the Databridge Engine and the service to launch a dbutility switchaudit <source> command, which sends the Databridge Engine a request to force DMSII to close the current audit file for the database and start a new audit file. The Client stops processing immediately after processing the closed or audit file. This parameter is specific to MISER database operations.

Disable data source conditions

Specify a DBClient exit status that causes the service to disable the data source. For example, if you use STOP AFTER TASK xxx to detect the end of the banking data, you can make the Client disable the data source to prevent any further client activity when this run is detected in the audit trail.