In this chapter, we learned how to use scheduled tasks in the Enterprise Integrator server, which is a powerful way of launching periodic jobs or complex jobs that require a large amount of resources to be processed by the server. We saw that there are three ways to schedule tasks in the EI server: one for data services, another for integration artifacts, such as sequences, proxy services, and endpoints, and a custom task implementation that we can develop from a Java project and can deploy in the server to extend the functionality.

The next chapter is focused on how to use the logging in the Enterprise Integrator. We will learn how to configure the Log4j engine that brings the server, how to use it for logging the envelope, payload, ...

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