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Delaying inbound messages in asynchronous queue on adapter engine

We have a scenario as follows:

SOAP 1.1 protocol for an asynchronous outbound interface to BAPI via on version 7.1 as an integrated configuration on the adapter engine.

The business has requested that we hold the queue for two days at the end of this year.

I cannot seem to find a way to pause or hold a queue for a given business system inbound into PI on a given interface.

Has anyone ever done this?

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 06:35 PM

    Can't you stop this flow on the sender side?

    If not how about stopping the RFC receiver channel?

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    • Thanks. I could copy my current RFC Channel, since it is shared, and stop the copied version of it, after using it in the receiver agreement.

      We are looking at the option of queuing on the source, but it would make sense that PI would offer more controls on queues than it does.

  • Posted on Dec 12, 2014 at 05:14 AM

    Dear Ron,

    Please check if you can assign message to EOIO , assign a queue and then lock that queue.

    I hope it should work,

    Regards,

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    • I know how to do that in the integration engine, but how does one lock a specific queue in the adapter engine? This is integrated configuration, and in production we avoid standard config and the integration engine due to speed and capacity.

  • Posted on Dec 13, 2014 at 05:52 AM

    Ron ,

    for a particular system you don't want to flow the message , you can cut the rfc connection for that system but for particular scenario either stop the channel or ask source not to send any message as Harish said.

    Regards,

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