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Sync Message Root Validation


I have a sync message interface with a SOAP receiver. The soap service sits outside my network so I can't change anything there. I'd like to know if anyone knows of a way to validate a source structure and respond with a error message back on the sync channel if some element is missing on the source structure? Currently I'm only getting a soap exception cause it's missing a element value. The question isn't specific to this scenario so any sync interface will do. I'm just looking for a way to interrupt the process and respond to the sync service before I send my message on to my target operation.



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    Jul 29, 2013 at 11:58 AM

    Hi Jan,

    If you are looking to validate the source schema, you can do so in Sender channel (if such an option is available). This will result in an error at adapter level but there is no way to respond back to sender system without a custom design and may involve BPM.

    Depends upon your sender system and how you are handling the design.

    I am however curious to know why is it required to report back fields missing. Why not mark them as mandatory from source.

    Hope it helps!


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    Jul 30, 2013 at 09:04 AM

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