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Interfaces Processing Order

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I have 3 interfaces, interface1, interface2 and interface3. Each of these interfaces process data from MQ Series queues, Q1, Q2, Q3. The data from the sending system sends the data to the Q's at 12 midnight, at 2 am the interfaces are started and process the data in the following orders, interface1 runs and processes all data from Q1, on completion interface2 runs and processes all data from Q2 etc. The order is important. This interface I have built in SAPBC and works. I now want to build in XI, there does not seem to be an obvious way to maintain this order, any suggestions ?.

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Damien

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  • Posted on May 20, 2008 at 08:43 AM

    Choose EOIO at sender side QOS.

    For this, u ll have to provide the following

    1)Queue ID

    2)Processing J2EE Cluster Server (ClusterID)

    Regards,

    Prateek

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      Hi

      Thanks for the replies. Give that the process should start at 2am. At this time:

      Q1 depth = 100 JMS messages for interface 1.

      Q2 depth = 50 JMS messages for interface 2.

      Q3 depth = 20 JMS messages for interface 3.

      All 100 messages on Q1 must be processed before the 50 on Q2 are processed before the 20 on Q3 are processed. When I refer to Q1, Q2, Q3 I mean IBM MQ Series queues. Ramesh, Can Q prioritisation ensure that they are processed in order ? Prateek, I am not sure if I understand your answer, can u explaina bit more please ?

      Thanks

      Damien

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