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Sync/Async Bridge without Asynchronous Send / Receive Steps

Hello together,

we have a synchronous HTTP <--> RFC Scenario using a sync/async Bridge in BPM with the following characteristics:

1. HTTP Payload is received (opens Sync/Async bridge)

2. lookup is done in an LDAP System (we use an UDF here)

3. Customzied JCo is called which takes the XML String as input parameter (done by Java Mapping)

4. Return Value of JCo then is delivered back to HTTP Client (closes Sync/Async Bridge)

--> No RFC Adapter is used here as the provided JCo does all the parsing

When testing the sync/async bridge is started but we receive an timeout after 30 sec.

Could it be that the sync/async required exactly a pair of async send and receive steps (which we do not have in our scenario and which we do not need)?

This would be a problem, as we have to use BPM in this synchronous scenario. Do you have any idea?

Thank you very much for your help.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 06:21 PM


    You should have to use Async/Sync bridge with Send and receive steps.

    I think you are using exactly opposite of it.

    Please can you confirm about it.

    HTTP (Async) > XI <-->(Sync) RFC



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      Short Update:

      The simple scenario with only one transformations step in between works fine. However not if I have additional complex structures in between. I will do some more investigation on this. Thank you for your help anyway.

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