Use the Service tab to identify the activity that this Service JMS rule calls.
|Specify the Applies To class of the service activity.
|Optional. You can identify a data transform in the class identified in Page Class. If you do, the system applies the data transform immediately after it creates the page.
Enter a page name for the class specified in the Page Class field. This is the top-level clipboard page that the
uses as the primary page by the activity being called through this JMS service. The activity property values may be written to or read from this page.
Enter any page name, or accept the default value MyServicePage. (This page name has no special characteristics.)
Specify the name of the activity that provides the processing for this service rule. For example, the activity can start a work item in a flow, or perform a flow action on an existing work item. This activity is known as the service activity.
The system uses the value you enter in the Page Class field as the Applies To key part of the activity. The system creates a page with the name provided in the Page Name field and passes it to the activity as the primary page. If the Page Name field is blank, the system passes the activity an unnamed page.
If a parameter value is the same for every service request, you can use the Params button to set that parameter's value rather than requiring a client application to supply it in each request. For example, if a service activity starts a flow for a work item and the organization is always the same, specify the name of the organization on this tab.
Parameter values from the incoming request override values set on this tab.
|Method is read-only
|Leave unselected in most cases. Select to indicate that each use of this service is not to count as a service invocation under the terms of your license agreement. See Working with the License Compliance facility.
Select one of the following options:
When the queued service request executes the execution is performed with the authorization profile of the service.
For more information, see Pega Community articles How asynchronous service processing works and Configure a service to process requests asynchronously.
If you select Execute asynchronously in the Execution Mode field or you configure a
condition on the Response tab, select the name of the service request processor (instance of
). The list in this field displays only the request processors that are defined for the same service package as this service rule.