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Inbound AIF XML message is in MANUAL RESTART Status

Hi Experts,

We have created a inbound proxy and called XML interface from the inbound proxy.

When we set RCG as ACTIVE the message goes in MANUAL RESTART and when we re process in AIF/ERR it works.

When we set the RCG as ACTIVE & RUN SCHEDULED then messages are processed immediately.

We dont need to run scheduled by creating JOB. Could you please let us know what would be the issue?

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2019 at 01:31 PM


    I assume, you are using the XML enabler from AIF, right?

    With that, you call method TRANSFER_TO_AIF in your implementation class of proxy?

    This method has a few parameters, which you can adapt. There is also the possibility to decide if you want to create a scheduled run or not. But at the end, if you want to process messages immeditately with XML engine, jobs are used for that.

    For example:
    Create your runtime group. Set is at active and tick checkbox "Run Scheduled".

    In your implementation class provide the parameters IV_QUEUE_NS and IV_QUEUE_NAME. Then the messages should be processed directly.

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2019 at 12:00 PM

    Hi Sebastian,

    Thanks for the reply. Since we use Serlization in AIF. There was one issue due to that XML message was going in a Manual Restart mode.

    Implemented note 2812031 to solve this issue.



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