Routing a Service to a Remote Server

When you route a service to a remote server, processing requests for the service are forwarded to another Spectrum™ Technology Platform server (the remote server).

Note: You can override a service's remote server setting in Enterprise Designer or the Spectrum™ Technology Platform API.

To route a service to a remote server:

  1. Open the Management Console.
  2. If you have not already done so, add the remote server in Management Console.
  3. Select the service you want to route to a remote server.
  4. In the Routing field, select the remote server to which you want route service requests for this service. If no Routing field is visible, there are no remote servers configured for your system. In order to route a service to a remote server, you must first configure a remote server in Management Console.
  5. Click Save.

When you add a remote server that contains services that are not also installed on the local server, it brings with it the default options from that remote server.

When you make changes to services on a remote server, those changes will not be reflected on the local server. The local Management Console will reflect its own default options.