The eiConsole’s Transaction Monitors allow you to configure Proactive Notification in the case of an Exception or an Error
The eiConsole and eiPlatform offer a certain level of out-of-the box logging and audit. The Transaction Monitors let you configure transaction monitors utilized when the interface is deployed to the runtime environment. This logging and audit includes a relational database which tracks messages going through the system, including when they entered the system and whether or not they successfully completed. It also includes a text based log configured through log4j and configurable tracing which will capture images of transactions on disk as they pass through various stages of the interface. However, you may also want to configure proactive notification in the case of an exception or an error. Transaction Monitors are the eiConsole/eiPlatform construct used to accomplish this.
As with all the components of the eiConsole, the user is presented with a graphical interface with easy to configure panels. To configure Transaction Monitors in the eiConsole, you open your interface and select the Route icon in the main route grid. Then select the Transaction Monitoring tab and click Add Transaction Monitor.
A number of different mechanisms for Transaction Monitoring are included with the eiConsole.
A few examples of Transaction Monitoring include:
- Email Alert Monitor
- Error Route Trigger
- SNMP Trap
- Batch Failure Monitor
- Transaction Processing Monitor