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Enable/ Disable transaction from Editor for Background Sending in Agentry

Hi Experts,

I have one requirement where i don't want to send all transaction via background transmit. I want to hold some transaction (where update steps are available), till user doesn't click on Transmit button. (Full OR Short Transmit).

I have hear some checkbox is available in editor for this but I didn't able to do it. I am working on WM 6.2. Please advise how to proceed.

Regards

Mohit!

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  • Posted on May 31, 2019 at 03:57 PM

    Hi Mohit,

    The background sending configuration setting is Transmit Configuration.

    In your Agentry Editor.

    1. open you Agentry application

    2. go to Transmit Configurations

    3. select the Transmit configuration

    3. go to Session

    4. you would see the Background Sending section where you could turn on the background sending.

    Please also reference some of the earlier post on the background sending topics.

    Background sending functionality in Work Manager 6.3

    Background Sending in Agentry apps

    Agentry Background Sending

    -Chung

    SAP Product Support

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2019 at 11:33 AM

    Thanks Chung,

    I am already using background transmit and now want hold some transactions to go to back-end.

    in my scenario i want to send some transaction via background transmit and some transaction only send while user will click on transmit icon.

    So it possible, I heard transaction also having check box to enable/disable for background transmit if background transmit is available.

    Regards

    Mohit

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2019 at 11:41 AM

    Hi Mohit,

    I am also using background sending and to hold some transactions from sending, these transactions are split into 2 transactions:

    From the original transaction the update step is removed, so the changes are only applied on the client for now

    Later when these changes are send by using a second 'post'-transaction for each changed object with an update step.

    Regards,

    Joris

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