Yes it does, you can find the explanation of the routing rules in the online manual:
With most connectors you can use the Gateway field to specify a gateway (list) for each message. The gateway list can be a single gateway name or multiple gateway names separated by semicolons. Only gateways that are enabled for sending in the connector specific routing options can be used, other gateway names are ignored.
By default, if a gateway is assigned as backup gateway in the connector specific routing options, it will still be used only as a backup gateway. But it is possible to change the primary and backup designation of the gateways with the '|' separator. The gateways before the '|' character become the primary gateways and the gateways after the '|' characters become the backup gateways. An optional value can be added after the gateway name to specify the maximum number of send attempts that is used for that gateway using a colon plus the maximum number of send attempts, e.g. Clickatell Gateway:2.
You can use the GSM Modem on COM1 as a primary gateway and the Clickatell Gateway as the backup gateway by setting the Gateway field to GSM Modem on COM1;Clickatell Gateway:2. The gateway GSM Modem on COM10 is not used for this message.
If the gateway field is set to Clickatell Gateway|GSM Modem on COM1;GSM Modem on COM10. The gateway Clickatell is used as a primary gateway and the gateways GSM Modem on COM10 and GSM Modem on COM10 will be used as backup gateways.
does sql connector support primary and backup gateway? i have tested that it does not support.
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