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File --> MQ scenario; Define EOIO queue.


I have several file2MQ interfaces, all have EOIO (Exactly Once In Order) as "Quality of Service" and therefore must have a "Queue Name". Obviously, EOIO queue should not be shared by more then one communication channel (in order to minimize the risk/penalty in case a message is being stuck in queue). my question:

I have 20 scenarios (20 EOIO senders), should i use queues XBTOM___0001 - XBTOM___0020 (does this queue actualy exists)?

should i refer other technical issues?



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    Posted on Dec 21, 2008 at 04:46 PM


    Queue name will be only XBT or other queue, but the sequence like different queue from 001 to 020 will come dynamically(depends on load) and is defined by system.

    For more details check this useful blog on queue.

    XI Asynchronous Message Processing: Understanding XI Queues -Part I


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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 03:30 PM

    Uri hi,

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