Notification route configuration

For your notification to work, you must use a route to send out your alerts to the outside world. To do this, your route will also connect to a DIMS notification event.

Prerequisite : Notifier configuration


The notifiers are called by the tnd-notifier  component that can only be used as a producer.

<from uri="tnd-notifier:..."/>

Notifications only process live events

In case of a node restart with catchup, notifications are not replayed. Should a notification's action be replayed, it is recommended to use an intermediate resilient system.

For instance, the route listening to the notifier could send a message containing all the notifier data through a DIMS topic, and you could have another another route listening to this topic to fire the desired action.

URI format


URI options

Name Default value Description
secureMode true Whether or not we authorize to use a non-secured DIMS (without TLS communication)

Message format

The notifier content will be contained in the message body and identified by its keys.

Here is an example of a message body

    "_key" :  "ALERT_01_AB" , 
    "_name" :  "My Notification 01" , 
    "_type" :  "RAISE" , 
    "_data" : { 
        // All context data from the query 
   //fields below this point are defined by the notifier, and valued by the notification
   "recipient" :  "" ,
   "subject" :  "WARNING - Overload detected" ,
   "message" :  "The payments count 6150 is exceeding the limit (previously 4500)! (Current total payment amount 150 000)"

Property Description
_key The string key of the notification, can be used as reference on external system
_name The string name of the notification
_type The type of the notification as string, can be either "RAISE" or "CLEAR"
_data An object containing the queried values from the context + the classifier, it's a flat map like in triggers
<other> Other entries will use the keys of the notifier + their corresponding string value from the notification


Example of a notifier named 'SendMail' used in a route using the camel-mail library:

<from uri="tnd-notifier:SendMail"/>
<setHeader name="subject">              
<setHeader name="to">             
<to uri="smtp://{{SMTP_SERVICE}}?username={{user}}&amp;password={{pass}}"/>

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