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Behaviour of maintain order at runtime in Interface determination PO 7.4

Hello Experts,

I am currently using PO 7.4 single stack.

My requirement is to send two different set of data using two different receiver interfaces to the same target system.

But the message should be received by the target system one after another i.e in a sequence.

For e.g - I am sending a file and an IDoc to the target ECC system, here File should be posted first and then the IDoc, irrespective of the payload size.

I am thinking of using the Maintain Order at Runtime property in the interface determination level in my ICO.
Please tell me using this, can we guarantee the delivery of the messages in sequence always ?

In this scenario , I will be posting 1 file and an IDoc to the same ECC system and the file (Huge Size) should be posted first then the IDoc (small size).

My questions-

1. will this property work on message level or payload level?

2. my target system is same but I will be using different type of adapter (File and IDoc_AAE) will the sequencing still work ?

3. if I am going to use two separate target system will this also work in the same way? (just curious .. not fit to my scenario)

I can use BPM / delay in the mapping --- but I want to avoid that.(as this will be not good design)

Thanks in advance for the help!

Thanks

Sugata B

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2014 at 04:46 PM

    Hi

    any thoughts please?

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    • >>>1. will this property work on message level or payload level?

      Message level

      >>>2. my target system is same but I will be using different type of adapter (File and IDoc_AAE) will the sequencing still work ?

      it doesn't matter, it should still work.

      >>>3. if I am going to use two separate target system will this also work in the same way? (just curious .. not fit to my scenario)

      You can't guarantee the sequence when you have two different receiver systems. if a message fails for a receiver system it doesn't stop the flow for other receiver.

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