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Web Service "acknowledge"

Hi,

My goal is to implement the given scenario:

I have two applications, App1 and App2, and I want to send information from App1 to App2 through XI. App1 will invoke a WebService exposed by XI based on a Message Interface.

Then XI will deliver, asynchronously, the information sent by App1 to App2. How can App1 be acknowledged about the correct delivery of information to XI? I don't need to know, at this stage, if the information was sent to App2.

Thanks in advance,

Pedro Leal

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:25 PM

    Hi Leal,

    if i am not wrong...what u want is.... u will send some data from one webservice to another webservice via XI.since its a asynchronous scenario no response will be there ..so how u will know that message is succesfuly processed or not.. right ???

    see u will send the data from any SOAP client(for eg. soapui/XML spy....it will show if any error occurs ..on sucessful message delivery u will get a blank response ....

    Moreover u can check ur message in SXMB_MONI...wheather u r message is successfully processed or not.....

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    sasi

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      Hi,

      Yes I can monitor either adapter messages or integration server messages (SXMB_MONI). But what i want is to receive a notification in App1 context not in XI context. My doubt is how can App1 be notified of the successful delivery.

      Pedro Leal

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 03:15 PM

    @Pedro: i´ve a similar problem. How did you solved your problem?

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