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Service Bus VI: Configure UUX

Add your Enterprise Service Bus Configuration

  • Log in to Digital Workspace Platform with Administrator credentials
  • Click on the Launcher icon on the top right and select Administration
  • Navigate to Integration -> Enterprise Service Bus
  • Click Settings
  • Select the Setting
  • Click Edit in the preview
    • Choose your Service Bus
    • Enable "Is Enabled"
    • Select your Service Bus Type (RabbitMQ or Azure Service Bus)
    • Add your Subscription / Queue
    • Enter your Topic / Exchange
    • Enter your Connection String
    • Press Save
  • Press Done
  • The entry will show "IsConnected" if the connection to the Subscription / Queue can be established. This might take a few minutes as the ESBAdapterActivation checks the configuration changes periodically. 
Settings Values Description
Message Queuing System (Service Bus)
  • Azure
  • RabbitMQ
Here you can specify your message queuing system (Azure/RabbitMQ)
Is Enabled Enabled or Disabled Here you can turn on/off service bus.
Subscription / Queue e.g. matrix42.uux.subscription Here you can specify your broker subscription name.  Default value for the standard Matrix42 RabbitMQ installation is: matrix42.uux.subscription
Topic / Exchange e.g. matrix42.suem.topic

Here you can enter your client topic name. 

Default value for the standard Matrix42 RabbitMQ installation is: matrix42.suem.topic

Connection String



RabbitMQ: All required information (Username, Password, Port, Server and VHost) can be retrieved from your RabbitMQ installation.

(Example: amqp://<user>:<password>@<serverhostname>/<vhost>).

Default value for the standard RabbitMQ installation is:


The Azure Service Bus connection string can be obtained from the Azure Portal -> Service Bus -> Topic -> Shared access policies.

Device Import Settings

  • Set state of device created in source system
    • Defines the state when a device is initially created. Options are based on the Asset states. Active is the default value.
  • Set state instead of deleting device when it is removed in source system.
    • Enabled - the state is set to the defined state when a device is removed from a sub system. For Co-Managed devices the state is only changed when the device is removed from the last management system (Empirum and Silverback). This is the default value.
    • Disabled - the device is removed from the system. As all devices in the platform share the same data it is also removed from Asset Management! For Co-Managed devices the device is only deleted when the device is removed from the last management system (Empirum and Silverback).
  • Press Save

Special import behaviors

  • The management type of devices is only set when creating a device. For existing devices the management type is not changed when updating the data.
  • Depending on the configuration in ESB settings a device is either removed or its state is changed when a core system sends the "Detroy" message after removal from the core system. This will only remove/change the device state if the management type is set to either Empirum or Mobile Device Management.
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