Daemon Groups (ttcmf3100m000)

Daemons are divided into groups, with each group residing on its own LN virtual machine. For this release only the notification daemon is functional, however, later releases will include more daemons, for example, for inbound messaging.

A service provider sends the delivery and nondelivery reports to the daemon ttcmfnotify.

The delivery reports use the default address of ttcmfnotify running in the current company of the user (ttcmfnotify.<comp_nr>.<hostname>). Therefore for each application host there must be a notification daemon running per company, so that LN can handle the notifications from the service providers.

Use this session to session to maintain, display, and print daemon groups. The Daemon Activator (ttcmfdaemon) session uses one or more daemon group names as startup parameters, and then activates the corresponding daemons using the service name, company number, and address as parameters. You can start the Daemon Starter on NT or UNIX using the command line, for example:

bshell6.2 -server ttcmfdaemon saturn

This command activates all of the 3GL daemon programs in the SATURN group on the bshell. The -server option causes the bshell to run without a user interface. You can also write a UNIX script to start multiple groups using separate bshells. You can place the UNIX script in the LN rc.start script so that the eMessage Connector daemons are invoked automatically when you start LN.

Follow this procedure to enter a new daemon group:

  1. On the File menu, choose New, and then enter the name of the daemon group and its description.

Field Information

Daemon Group

Enter the name of a new daemon group.


Enter a description of the daemon group.