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acknowledgement for asynch scenario using SOAP adapter

Hi,

My scenario is SOAP to proxy asynchronous (using PI 7.1)

Sender is able to send the messages to XI using HTTPs protocol (SOAP adapter). since this is an asynchronous scenario XI could not send back any application acknowledge .

I understand if handshake is successful sender can see HTTP code 200 which is success.

1) Is it possible that though HTTP connection is successful and sender could not pass payload.

2) Is there any configuration needs to be done in PI 7.1 to send an acknowledge back to assure the sender that XI received payload.

3) Can we do the above using non BPM scenario.

or if BPM scenario is mandatory.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2009 at 11:03 PM

    Hi Vamsi,

    By default once xi receives the data, it would trigger automatically. Please try to test from altova xml spy or soap ui, you should see it. But if you test it from integration engine you will not see it.

    Regards,

    ---Satish

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    • Sender makes SOAP call to PI >> Async server proxy executes. >> from within proxy, trigger outbound proxy to send 
      response >> PI send this response to Sender using SOAP Receiver

      This now becomes two different scenarios:

      SOAP_Sender --> PI --> Inbound_Proxy

      Outbound_Proxy--> PI --> SOAP_Receiver.

      Ask the ABAPer to trigger the Outbound_Proxy once the data is received by the Inbound_Proxy.

      Both the proxies are different each with an asynchronous mode of execution. Get the service details from the original sender application to which you should send the response.

      Regards,

      Abhishek.

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