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Problems with s/a bridge


We have developed a BPM scenario with the next structure: First we make a SOAP call to start the process and it waits for a response (S/A bridge); the next step itu2019s a synchronous call with the parameters that was received in the SOAP request to a RFC, with the table received, we make a JDBC Insert to an Oracle, and finally we close the bridge sending the number that returns the JDBC.

Our problem itu2019s the next: when we send an empty soap request, the system returns a Pipeline timeout, and the followings correct calls starts to return the same error. We have observed that deleting in the qRFC monitor(smq2) all the queues the scenario starts to work with normality.

Anybody knows how to resolve this issue??


Alberto Pla.

Edited by: Alberto Pla on May 25, 2009 6:24 PM

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  • Posted on May 25, 2009 at 08:09 PM

    For empty soap request, instead of returning the error, if you could just stop the processing of the message (say using Terminate step in receiver determination or by choosing some default receiver), then there won't be any error raised and your other scenarios will keep flowing.



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