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EOIO in SOAP Receiver Adapter

Hi,

My Scenario is Proxy ->Xi-> Webservice,

Can i send the messages to the Webservice as EOIO(Quality of Service) . If yes how can i do that?

there is no option in receiver saop adapter to mention the quality of service.

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Srinivas

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2010 at 01:50 PM

    Why not implement EOIO from the PROXY itself: /people/arulraja.ma/blog/2006/08/18/xi-reliable-messaging-150-eoio-in-abap-proxies

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  • Posted on Jul 07, 2010 at 01:51 PM

    hi,

    >>>Can i send the messages to the Webservice as EOIO(Quality of Service) . If yes how can i do that?

    there is no option in receiver saop adapter to mention the quality of service.

    1. yes you can

    2. you need to send a proxy in EOIO mode and then the WS call will be done in the same mode 😊

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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    • Former Member Michal Krawczyk

      In that case, why is it that the inbound queues get stuck on an error? I could never understand this case. The QoS shows up as EO but still the processing stops.

      In this particular case it was a communication error which could probably have been alleviated by scheduling the job "RSARFCEX" but still the queue should have kept going down the queue and tried all the messages which it did not do.

      Please clarify.

      Thanks

      Sridhar

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2010 at 05:30 PM

    Thanks for your quick answers,It solved my problem

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