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MII Message Listener

Hi ,

I would like to know how to change the MII Web Service Message Listener response.

By default , when we receive messages from PI , it is acknowledging without SOAP envelope.

I checked for any option to change this acknowledgement Message , but couldn't found it.

Is it possible to customize this WS Message Listener acknowledgement Message in MII?

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2011 at 09:39 AM


    Create an envelope structure as output parameter of transaction with xml typed.

    Put generated output value into envelope.


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    • Hi Sravan

      MII Message Listener is not a Web Service Endpoint but a HTTP Service. It will not return a SOAP Envelope or soap message. Also it is not possible to alter the output.

      If your usecase is to send message from PI to MII using this interface you should use the PI HTTP Adapter and not the Soap Adapter. This will mean that PI does not expect a soap message back.

      Alternately if you want to call a SOAP endpoint in MII from PI you can use the SoapRunner servlet in MII which calls a transaction.

      Let me know if this helps.



      Edited by: Partha Sarathi Roy Chowdhury on Feb 9, 2012 12:21 PM

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