- How to load balance Real-Time jobs?
- How does a Web Service Real-Time job utilize multiple job servers?
- Can web service requests be sent directly to the Access Server or go through the web tier from the Load Balancer?
- Does the Job Server return the result set to the calling Web Service?
- What would be the optimal placement of an access server?
- How can an external load balancer know that a DS environment is running properly?
- Can I run Data Services Web Services on its own server – a different server from the job server?
- Where is the Web Administrator configuration saved?
- How should the Data Services Web Administrator server be configured for Real-Time job fail over?
- Describe the steps to test a Data Services Real-Time job
- Ensure that you’ve properly defined a namespace in your XSD’s that you use as a source and target.
- Performance Tuning
- How do I update my data quality reference data for Real-Time services?
- How should a customer setup a load balancer to determine which environments to send requests to?
- How are RDBMS connections handled when a failure occurs?
- Identifying and debugging XML Schema or other web service issues at design time?
- How is the number of real-time service providers managed with the Min/Max settings?
- How to replicate the management console and if you are using Real-Time services how to replicate the configuration stored with the Access Server
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