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Default routing endpoints in UCMA

Posted: August 29th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: MSPL, UCMA 3.0, UCMA 4.0 | Tags: , , | 3 Comments »

UCMA 3.0 introduced the concept of a “default routing endpoint.” To put it very generally, a default routing endpoint is a single application endpoint that receives any messages that have nowhere else to go. I’ll illustrate further in a moment. When I first heard about this new feature, I could not understand what use it could possibly have. Gradually, over a period of months, situations came up where default routing endpoints turned out to be very handy. Since I figure that other folks might have the same initial reaction of complete confusion when hearing about the default routing endpoint feature, I thought I would write up a bit of explanation on this odd but useful creature in the hope that it will help in others’ development efforts. Continue reading “Default routing endpoints in UCMA” »