Qus:    How to publish a document to the broker?
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Step i: A publishing service on the Integration Server sends a document to the dispatcher (or an adapter notification publishes a document when an event occurs on the resource the adapter monitors). Before the Integration Server sends the document to the dispatcher, it validates the document against its publishable document type. If the document is not valid, the service returns an exception specifying the validation error.

Step ii: The dispatcher obtains a connection from the connection pool. The connection pool is a reserved set of connections that the Integration Server uses to publish documents to the Broker. To publish a document to the Broker, the Integration Server uses a connection for the default client.

Step iii: The dispatcher sends the document to the Broker.

Step iV: The Broker examines the storage type for the document to determine how to store the document.

If the document is volatile, the Broker stores the document in memory.

If the document is guaranteed, the Broker stores the document in memory and on disk.

Step v: The Broker routes the document to subscribers by doing one of the following

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NAIDU Dec 16, 2020 12:57
Answer:   ALLINO
Step i: A publishing service on the Integration Server sends a document to the dispatcher (or an adapter notification publishes a document when an event occurs on the resource the adapter monitors). Before the Integration Server sends the document to the dispatcher, it validates the document against its publishable document type. If the document is not valid, the service returns an exception specifying the validation error.
Step ii: The dispatcher obtains a connection from the connection pool. The connection pool is a reserved set of connections that the Integration Server uses to publish documents to the Broker. To publish a document to the Broker, the Integration Server uses a connection for the default client.
Step iii: The dispatcher sends the document to the Broker.
Step iV: The Broker examines the storage type for the document to determine how to store the document.
If the document is volatile, the Broker stores the document in memory.
If the document is guaranteed, the Broker stores the document in memory and on disk.
Step v: The Broker routes the document to subscribers by doing one of the following

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