Latency chains configuration

These DataSource configuration items allow the latency of data updates through the system to be recorded.

For guidance on recording latency in production environments, see Record latency in record updates.

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latency-chain-enable

latency-chain-enable turns on latency chaining when set to TRUE.

Before enabling latency recording in production environments, read Record latency in record updates.

Use in: C, Java

Syntax: latency-chain-enable <boolean>

Type: boolean

Default value: FALSE (Latency chaining is not turned on)

latency-chain-init-ts-field

latency-chain-init-ts-field specifies the name of the latency chain's initial timestamp field.

Use in: C, Java

Syntax: latency-chain-init-ts-field <name-of-initial-timestamp-field>

Type: string

Default value: LTY_INIT_TS

latency-chain-list-event-field

latency-chain-list-event-field specifies the name of the latency chain's event list field.

Use in: C, Java

Syntax: latency-chain-list-event-field <name-of-event-list-field>

Type: string

Default value: LTY_LIST_EVENT

latency-chain-list-ts-field

latency-chain-list-ts-field specifies the name of the latency chain's delta timestamp list field.

Use in: C, Java

Syntax: latency-chain-list-ts-field <name-of-delta-timestamp-list-field>

Type: string

Default value: LTY_LIST_TS

latency-chain-name

latency-chain-name specifies this DataSource application's name for the latency chain. The name can contain the parameter %a, which is replaced at run time by the DataSource application-name.

Use in: C, Java

Syntax: latency-chain-name <name>

Type: string

Default value: %a


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