Dropping and linking the components - 7.3

Filter (Mediation)

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7.3
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Data Governance > Third-party systems > Routing components (Mediation) > Filter components (Mediation)
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Design and Development > Third-party systems > Routing components (Mediation) > Filter components (Mediation)
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Procedure

  1. From the Connectivity folder of the Palette, drop two cFile components onto the design workspace, one as the message sender and the other as the message receiver, and label them Sender and Receiver respectively to better identify their roles in the Route.
  2. From the Routing folder, drop one cPipesAndFilters component onto the design workspace, between the two cFile components.
  3. From the Core folder, drop two cMessagingEndpoint components onto the design workspace, one as the endpoint of stage A and the other as the endpoint of stage B, and label them Stage_A and Stage_B respectively to better identify their roles in the Route.
  4. From the Custom folder, drop three cProcessor components onto the design workspace to monitor messages received on the receiver, stage A and stage B endpoints respectively, and label them Monitor_Receiver, Monitor_stage_A, and Monitor_stage_B respectively to better identify their roles in the Route.
  5. Right-click the cFile component labeled Sender, select Row > Route from the contextual menu, and click the cPipesAndFilters component.
    Repeat this step to set up the rest Row > Route connections, as shown above.