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Java Client: Asynchronous Durable Channel Consumer
This example shows how to asynchronously consume events on a Universal Messaging Channel using a durable subscription.

nnamedsubchan <channel name> [name] [start eid] [debug] [count] [auto ack]
[cluster wide] [persistent] [selector]

<Required Arguments>

<channel name> - Channel name parameter for the channel to subscribe to

[Optional Arguments]

[name] - Specifies the unique name to be used for a durable subscription
(default: OS username)
[start eid] - The Event ID to start subscribing from if the durable subscription needs
to be created (doesn't exist)
[debug] - The level of output from each event, 0 - none, 1 - summary,
2 - EIDs, 3 - All
[count] - The number of events to wait before printing out summary information
(default: 1000)
[auto ack] - Specifies whether each event will be automatically acknowledged by
the api (default: true)
[cluster wide] - Specifies whether the durable subscription is to be used across a cluster
(default: false)
[persistent] - Specifies whether the named object state is to be stored to disk or
held in server memory (default: false)
[priority] - The priority of the subscriber.
[selector] - The event filter string to use

Note: -? provides help on environment variables
Application Source Code
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