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Failure point for webservice call to XI.

Hello Experts,

We are designing a scenario that requires the data to be posted through a webservice to call XI.. the scenario is Webservice >XI >RFC.

I wanted to know if anyone has designed a scenario like that to handle the failure points in the same.

Incase XI fails,as XI does not store data neither does a webservice.. in anyones scenario if this solution has been handled.. and how do u recapture the lost data incase XI fails.

Can we maintain a queue etc at the webservice level?.This is a realtime call for every customer entered.

Please guide me.

Edited by: XI_User XI on Apr 29, 2008 12:46 AM

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    May 01, 2008 at 05:54 PM

    Hi,

    It first depends on your IT architecture. If you have no failover/cluster/etc mechanism in front of your XI system, you won't be able to support such feature, but if XI is down but its adapter engines are still available (you've installed them on separate servers etc), they will be able to store the coming msgs in queues until they're able to process them ... this is the same if target is not ready, msgs can be queued !

    If also depends on quality service selected (sync ? async ?) etc

    Chris

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