Terms and Definitions
Here you can see the most important terms and definitions that builds up the pillars of Ozeki 10.
They are easy to understand and have basic relationships with eachother, which you can discover on the following pages.
The main purpose of these terms and definitions are to describe the journey of messages going through Ozeki 10.
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and 2 to see how Ozeki 10 transfers message data from one connection to another.
You can also read about the most important parts of Ozeki 10.
It is a messaging system that routes messages between real world entities (Figure 1-2).
It allows you to build up simple communication between shared hardware and software resources in your system.
It offers real time information, and provides various configuration options to route messages.
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Figure 1 - Ozeki 10's workflow example (2nd example below)
Every connection in Ozeki 10 is an interface to the outside world. At least two connections
are needed. The first connection receives the message from the outside world, while the second connection
forwards the message to a real world entity. Each connection has an inbox and outbox folder.
See a few connection example in Ozeki 10
Each message is a data package going through a connection. Messages can either be
thrown away or forwarded through a connection to the outside world.
A message can contain any type of file including pictures and sounds.
You can find messages in the inbox and outbox folder of each connection.
Learn more about the message structure in Ozeki 10
Each time the inbox of a connection receives a message, it will be forwarded according to the routing table.
A routing table consists of rows and each row is a single routing rule. If the message data fits the routing condition
it will be forwarded to a connection. Messages can be optionally modified as well.
Read more about message routing on the following page
Figure 2 - Ozeki 10 workflow's SMS Wall example