Enter the port type and operation from the WSDL you want to use for the notification interface.
In the Properties view of a notification, the Notification tab displays the following properties:
. (Required). The name combined with the target namespace of a notification element is used to uniquely identify the notification definition. Note that this is not the name displayed in users’ task area in Process Central. That name is Display Name, as described in Adding Task or Notification Presentation Properties.
(Optional). You can set a default priority level as a non-negative integer, starting at zero as the highest priority. You can create the priority as an expression. The priority is displayed in users’ Task Details view. Note that priority zero (0) is displayed with red flag. For an illustration of how a priority appears in a user’s Task Details view, see Adding Task or Notification Presentation Properties.
. (Required). Specifies the WSDL port type and one-way operation that is the interface to the notification. The WSDL must be available in the Project Explorer.
If your process already contains an import for the WSDL that defines the Port Type and Operation then select the appropriate values.