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You can add, edit and delete inbound endpoints via WSO2 EI Management Console. You can also enable/disable statistics as well as enable/disable tracing for inbound endpoints via the Management console. 

See the following topics for information on how to manage inbound endpoints via the Management Console:

Adding an inbound endpoint

Follow the steps given below to add an inbound endpoint.

  1. Click the Main tab on the Management Console and then go to Manage -> Service Bus and click Inbound Endpoints to open the Inbound Endpoints page.
  2. On the Inbound Endpoints page, click Add Inbound Endpoint to open the New Inbound Endpoint page.
  3. Specify a name for the inbound endpoint, select the inbound protocol type for the new inbound endpoint , and click Next. This displays all the parameters applicable to the new inbound endpoint depending on the protocol type you selected.
  4. Specify values for all the required parameters. Following are the available inbound protocol types. Click on a required protocol type for information on the parameters you need to specify as well as to view a sample configuration for an inbound endpoint of the relevant protocol type.
  5. Click Show Advanced Options if you want to configure advanced settings for the inbound endpoint. The parameters displayed under advanced options also depend on the protocol type you selected for the inbound endpoint. 

  6. Click Save. You will see the new inbound endpoint you added displayed under Available Defined Inbound Endpoints on the Inbound Endpoints page.

Editing an inbound endpoint

Follow the steps given below to edit an inbound endpoint.

  1. Click the Main tab on the Management Console and then go to Manage -> Service Bus and click Inbound Endpoints to open the Inbound Endpoints page.
  2. On the Inbound Endpoints page, you will see all the inbound endpoints that you have added under Available Defined Inbound Endpoints.
  3. Click Edit to make necessary changes to a required inbound endpoint.
  4. Change the existing parameter values based on your requirement and click Update. The changes will be applied to the inbound endpoint.

Deleting an inbound endpoint

Follow the steps below to delete an inbound endpoint.

  1. Click the Main tab on the Management Console and then go to Manage -> Service Bus and click Inbound Endpoints to open the Inbound Endpoints page.
  2. On the Inbound Endpoints page, you will see all the inbound endpoints that you have added under Available Defined Inbound Endpoints.
  3. Click Delete to discard an inbound endpoint that you no longer need. A message appears to confirm that you want to proceed with deleting the inbound endpoint.
  4. Click Yes. The inbound endpoint will be deleted and will no longer appear under Available Defined Inbound Endpoints on the Inbound Endpoints page.

Enabling/disabling statistics

Follow the steps below to enable or disable statistics for inbound endpoints.

  1. Click the Main tab on the Management Console and then go to Manage -> Service Bus and click Inbound Endpoints to open the Inbound Endpoints page.
  2. On the Inbound Endpoints page, you will see all the inbound endpoints that you have added under Available Defined Inbound Endpoints. You will see the Enable Statistics link displayed for inbound endpoints that have statistics currently disabled, and the Disable Statistics link displayed for inbound endpoints that have statistics currently enabled.
  3. If you want to enable statistics for an inbound endpoint, click Enable Statistics for the particular inbound endpoint. 
  4. If you want to disable statistics for an inbound endpoint, click Disable Statistics for the particular inbound endpoint. 

Enabling/disabling tracing

Follow the steps below to enable or disable tracing for inbound endpoints.

  1. Click the Main tab on the Management Console and then go to Manage -> Service Bus and click Inbound Endpoints to open the Inbound Endpoints page.
  2. On the Inbound Endpoints page, you will see all the inbound endpoints that you have added under Available Defined Inbound Endpoints. You will see the Enable Tracing link displayed for inbound endpoints that have tracing disabled, and the Disable Tracing link displayed for inbound endpoints that have tracing enabled.
  3. If you want to enable tracing for an inbound endpoint, click Enable Tracing for the particular inbound endpoint. 
  4. If you want to disable tracing for an inbound endpoint, click Disable Tracing for the particular inbound endpoint. 
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