In most environments, the Tealeaf installer automatically preconfigures the pipeline based upon the components selected for installation. For example, if the Processing component was selected, the installer adds the Canister session agent to the pipeline. So, in most cases, no additional configuration of the pipeline session agents is required.
You can set up individual pipelines for each port to which the CX Passive Capture Application is forwarding captured data. Pipelines can also be arranged in parent-child relationships. If needed, you can configure main and child pipelines through the Pipeline Editor, which is available through TMS. The Pipeline Editor is a graphical interface available to Tealeaf administrators through TMS in the Portal. You can drag and drop items to build your pipelines for processing captured Tealeaf data.
PrivacyEx) for child pipelines that have HBR enabled. If HBR and
PrivacyExare enabled for a child pipeline, the service can run out of memory and cause the service to restart unexpectedly. For more information about
PrivacyEx, see Extended Privacy Session Agent.
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