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Can XI be Event Driven?

Hi,

Our scenario is :

Database <----


XI <----

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R/3 System.

In the current situation the XI is polling the database for every 10 seconds

(this value "10 seconds" is specified in the jdbc adapter configuration file).

I wanted to know whether there is any way the database can trigger XI? In the sense

when ever the database gets updated(or gets modified) can the database produce an event that trigger?s XI.

Thanks

srinivas hosahalli

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2004 at 03:19 PM

    Hi

    We also have scenarios ike yours. But if the database sends to XI - the adapter are triggered by reciving the message. We dont have any polling setup. Hope this helps you

    regards

    Dorte

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      Hi Dorte,

      Thanks for your reply.Should we write an extra application so that it sends data to the XI.

      If so how can this application call the JDBC inbound adapter?

      Thanks for your help

      -srinivas

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