Inbound processes all work from the same generic process flow.
A SQL table is populated by some process (a web page, a Visual Basic application, an interface, etc.)
A SQL trigger is placed on that SQL table that format the data and writes it to the SQL RecordLog table.
A Novo web service processes the data from the RecordLog table - using the SQL Nexus_Sys_Ctl to obtain the login information.
The web service writes information to a log file (a new one each day that self purges each evening). The log file is stored wherever the service is installed. (One can look at the service properties to see the location.)
A SQL trigger on the RecordLog moves the information to RecordLogArchive or RecordLogQuarantine based on the success or failure of the web service.