- Virtual Private Cloud
- Elastic Load Balance
- Domain Name Service
- NAT Gateway
- Virtual Private Network
- Simple Message Notification
- Typical Application Scenarios
- Getting Started
- Configuring a Topic Policy
- Configuring Conditions in a Topic Policy
- Querying Topic Details
- Modifying a Topic Display Name
- Modifying the Topic Introduction
- Changing an SMS Message Signature
- Deleting Resources
- Subscription Management
- Message Template Management
- SMS Message Management
- SMN Operation Recording
- HTTP/HTTPS Messages
- Change History
- API Calling
- Common Message Headers
- Topic Operations
- Subscription Operations
- Template Operation
- Message Publishing
- General Request Return Code
- Error Code
- Structure Description
- Signature Review Error Code
- Topic Attribute List
- SMS Message Delivery Status (CMPP)
- Country Codes Supported by SMN
- Change History
- Document Download
Creating a Topic
A topic is a specified event for message publishing or notification subscription. It serves as a message sending channel, where publishers and subscribers can interact with each other. Before you can send any messages using SMN, you must create a topic.
To Create a Topic
- Log in to the management console.
- In the Application category, click Simple Message Notification.
The SMN console is displayed.
- In the navigation pane, choose Topic Management > Topic.
The Topic page is displayed.
- Click Create Topic.
The Create Topic box is displayed.Figure 1 Create Topic
- Enter a topic name and display name (topic description).
Table 1 Information required for creating a topic
Specifies the topic name, which:
- Contains only upper or lower case letters, digits, hyphens (-), and underscores (_) and must start with a letter or digit.
- Must be 1-256 characters long.
- Must be unique and cannot be modified once the topic is created.
Describes the topic, which must be less than 192 bytes.NOTICE:
When SMN delivers an email message, the topic display name is presented as the name of the email sender.
- Click OK.
The topic you created is displayed in the topic list. The system generates a topic URN, which is the unique resource identifier of the topic and cannot be changed.