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Sender Proxy quality of service (system or application level)

Hi folks,

The scenario is to call a DLL from SAP ECC using PI, the dll will return a result:

  1. SAP calls synchronous sender proxy (SOAP XI 3.0) with QOS = EOIO using queue-id ABC123 (for example)
  2. Receiver is a Java Proxy implemented using a SOAP XI 3.0 adapter which will call the DLL and return the result

Apparently this particular DLL cannot handle multiple requests hence why I have specified QOS = EOIO in the sender proxy. To try and prevent the DLL from being called simultaneously more than once.

Is EOIO a system level queuing service? or does it extend to application level? i.e. will the second request only be sent to the receiver AFTER the first request has had a response from the DLL? or will the second request be sent as soon as a system level response has been received for the first request (even though an application level response has not yet been received).

Merry Christmas

Che

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2013 at 02:28 PM

    Hi Che,

    EOIO is application level Queuing process, and for syncronous schenario your second request will not be sent untill you receive the response of first request.

    regards,

    Harish

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    • Sorry Che. As they are 3 independent requests(LUW) sent from ECC in parallel i don't think it waits.

      But you can find the SAP's definition for synchronous communication

      Best Effort: The message is sent to the receiver without guaranteed delivery, check for duplicate messages, or serialization mechanisms.

  • Posted on Dec 20, 2013 at 09:58 PM

    I am looking for a more definitive answer. Looks like the way forward may be to setup a test.

    As per usual the SAP help available is cryptic.

    Che

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  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 11:23 AM

    From what I have read synchronous scenario will always use BE:

    • BE (Best Effort): The message is sent synchronously. The sender waits for a response before it continues processing.

    I will start another thread around BE processing.

    Happy New Year

    Che

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