Use the following options on the Subscription tab to configure service-wide subscription properties.

Control Details

Subscription Expiration

Under Subscription Expiration, you can modify subscription expiration settings. Select from the following options:

  • Default valid duration for a subscription: This value is assigned if a subscriber does not specify expiresAfter when saving a subscription. 0 means the subscription will never expire. This value should never be greater than Maximum valid duration for a subscription.

  • Maximum valid duration for a subscription: Upper limit for the expiresAfter parameter. If expiresAfter assigned by the subscriber is greater than this value, the server will take this value and add it to the reply. 0 means the system will not apply an upper limit.

Chunk Token Expiration

Under Chunk Token Expiration, you can modify chunk token settings. Select from the following options:

  • Chunk Token issued will expire after: A chunk token can be specified in the get_subscriptionResult and subscriptionResultsList messages. It is used for paging through large subscription result sets. A chunk token is only valid for a limited time.

Notification Setting

Under Notification Setting, you can modify notification settings. Select from the following options:

  • Minimum Notification Interval: The minimum value that this system will allow for the notificationInterval parameter in a subscription. This mechanism is provided to ensure reasonable server performance.

  • Email Server and account settings: Click this button to configure mail profile settings.

  • Notification email subject format: The subject format of notification e-mails can be customized. This can consist of fixed text and subscription-specific information. For example, the default subject text is “UDDI Subscription Notification - ${key} -${time}”. The following keywords are supported:

    • ${key}: Subscription key

    • ${time}: The date and time when the subscription result was sent out. For example, 6/10/2006 13:10:00 PST.

  • Timeout value when invoking remote listener web service: The UDDI server will time out if it does not receive the expected response from a remote customer listener service within the time specified.

  • Retries after timeout: Number of retries if a request was timed out.