Schedule Activities

Have you or your team ever faced the challenge of sending messages for a long period, say 2 days, you must keep your machine running till the said duration and still, there might be chances of network outage which can break the sequence and you must start all of it again? Especially, if you have a complex integration solution where the messages pass through multiple Azure resources. The situation gets even worse understanding the end-to-end message flow structure if you have to diagnose a problem with a particular message. Wouldn’t it be nice to have the capability to automate this mundane activity with precision within tool? Yes, that’s exactly the problem that the Schedule Activities was built to help with.

Activities creation pane

New to Activities creation? Don’t worry! We have a preloaded configurations page containing easy to set properties options. While creating a new activity, the configuration pane will display the properties that you can set with ServiceBus360.

Activities creation pane
Dead Letter Activities

Dead Letter Activities

That’s just not it with the Activities capabilities! You can add dead letter activities to resubmit, resubmit& delete, and delete the messages. Say, Mike is more concerned about the resubmitting the dead letter messages enqueued at or before every morning at 9, he does not have to manually find and resubmit the messages he wants. Mike can set up a dead letter activity to resubmit the dead letter messages enqueued at or before every morning at 9 with dead letter reason.

Wide Range of scheduling option

You can schedule the message/event on select days in the week to avoid activities running unprecedented time. You can either choose to end the activities after certain number of occurrences or by an end date.

Wide Range of scheduling option
Auditing your actions

Auditing your actions

With a full-fledged audit history for Activities in place, ServiceBus360 maintains the log of activities completed or failed. You can also view the Activity details with the message sent, custom, and system properties.