You can use multiple Create Notification Server Credentials components in your process to connect to different Notification Servers.
This component does the same thing as both the Create Basic Authentication Token component and the Add New Data Element component combined.
For more information on global data, see the Workflow Solution Designer's Guide.
The Create Notification Server Credentials component stores its values as global data to make the process designer's job easier. Global variables to hold these values appear automatically in every new project, and every Symantec component is pre-configured to retrieve its Notification Server connection settings from these variables. In this way, once you have dropped the Create Notification Server Credentials component into your model, all components will be properly configured to communicate with Notification Server, even components not connected to the data stream.
These global data variables first appear with no value; their values are supplied by the Notification Server Credentials plugin. The Create Notification Server Credentials component retrieves data from the plugin and uses it to populate the global data variables.
The following screen shot shows the plugin:
This is the default configuration; this component can also be set up to use credential data manually entered in the component itself. When this component is invoked in the run-time process, it uses data in the Notification Server Credentials plugin to overwrite the global credential data. All Symantec components down stream from this component then draw their credentials from the global data; therefore, they do not have to be down stream from the Create Notification Server Credentials component. Each time a Create Notification Server Credentials component is used in a process, it overwrites the global credential data. Therefore, you must use this component in your process at each point the process alternates Notification Servers.
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