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Oct 16, 2007 at 10:14 PM

BSP/ICM- How to Kill the Response Message

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Hi Folks,

I'm integrating an Adobe form scenario into a WAS700 ABAP stack, and am receiving my data happily via a simple BSP app.

However the Request message is sent directly from Adobe Reader [ie not embedded in a browser session, just standalone] and this has no mechanism to receive the Response message that the ICM returns. So what happens is that a blank browser session is launched, which I really don't want as it looks messy [I'm going to use a web service to check that all of the data arrived ok].

Basically my question is, does anyone know of a way of stopping ICM/BSP runtime from creating and forwarding back the Response message?

I've implemented a new handler class in SICF and do achieve what I need by issuing a system-call "ihttp_scid_delete_message", however, I really don't want to do this as it seems to be dumping the core also!

Any ideas anyone?

Cheers,

Andy