A polling inbound endpoint polls periodically for data and when data is available the data is injected to a given sequence. For example, the JMS inbound endpoint checks the JMS queue periodically for messages and when a message is available that message is injected to a specified sequence. Polling inbound endpoints support one way operations and are asynchronous.
Common polling inbound endpoint parameters
The following parameters are common to all polling inbound endpoints:
|interval||The polling interval for the inbound endpoint to execute each cycle. This value is set in milliseconds.||No||A positive integer|
|coordination||This parameter only applicable in a cluster environment. In a cluster environment an inbound endpoint will only be executed in worker nodes. If set to ||No||true or false||false|
See the following topics for detailed information on each polling inbound endpoint available with WSO2 ESB:
For information on how to create a custom inbound endpoint by extending the polling inbound endpoint behaviour, see Creating a custom polling inbound endpoint.