Skipping consumer is used in conjunction with the Rules Engine to enable customers to allow Transport Forms to bypass specified locations (Inboxes, Import Queues, Test Queues, Outboxes) based on configurable logic. The skipping consumer replaces table /BTI/TE_SKIPCP configuration that was available in earlier versions of ActiveControl.
Table /BTI/TE_RE_SKPCP is the consumer table for Skipping rules.
|Filter||(optional) Please refer to Filter section.|
|System Type||System Type as defined in /BTI/TE_RE_SYSTP. You can create rules based on either System Type/Location combination OR Target/Location. You cannot create a rule with both System Type and Target.|
|Target||Target number, as defined in Windows GUI configuration. You can create rules based on either System Type/Location combination OR Target/Location. You cannot create a rule with both System Type and Target.|
|Location||I (Inbox), Q (Import Queue), T (Test Queue) or O (Outbox).|
|Step||The overarching Rule, as configured in /BTI/TE_RE_RULES.|
|Priority||Number sequence (1,2,3 etc). This is the order in which the rules will be processed. See additional Priority note below.|
|Skip Action||‘Skip’ or ‘Do Not Skip’ or ‘Delete’|
|Def on Exception||“Defer on Exception” is an optional setting. If switched on, then if there is an exception, then the action (Delete/Skip/NoSkip set for the rule will be carried out, but a system error will also be logged.|