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Sync Async using proxies ( Calling Outbound proxy from Inbound proxy )

I'm trying to generate Asynchronous Outbound message from the Synchronous Inbound message message due to a requirement. My question is : is it really possible to develop such a scenario?. I'm getting weird error such as Kernal exception etc. Please let me know if you have developed such scenario and what should we do dfifferently in such scenarios?. Thank you for any suggestions.

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 08:31 PM

    Definatly whatever you are trying is verymuch possilble.

    We have configured this many time..

    For you one suggestion.

    For the outbound scenario what you can do is first generate the proxy and write a report to send the data.

    this is just because to make sure that your outbound proxy is working successfully.

    Same way test for the inbound proxy by sending test message.

    Then combine both, it should work.

    Gaurav Jain

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 08:20 PM

    HI,

    Sync to Async way communication is possible but then you need to handle it with the use of BPM.

    The Kernal exception is may be due to some other reason. Can you explain in more details that what you are trying to do. The desigen detials to achive the requirment

    Thanks

    Swarup

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      Sorry for confusion and let me rephrase my question.

      scenario 1:

      Webservice-XI-Proxy Asynchronous message. Inbound proxy does some process and should trigger Outbound proxy.

      Scenario2:

      Webservice-XI-Proxy Synchronous message. Inbound proxy does some process and should trigger Outbound proxy.

      In both Scenarios above, Ibnbound proxies should trigger Outbound proxy. Any idea how to do it?

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