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XI3.0: Multiple Communication Channels

Hi,

with XI 2.0 one was able to have many endpoints for one interface. For example you were able to have an inbound JMS endpoint and an inbound File endpoint. Both could be configured using the same Business System and Interface.

We used this possibility for testing purpose.

With XI 3.0 you have to create a sender agreement. This can only hold one communication channel. So you have to reconfigure the sender agreement all the time if you just want to send a XML File to an interface that is normally fed by a JMS queue.

Does anybody have any hints how to achieve multiple physical connections to one logical interface?

Regards,

Marc

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2004 at 11:18 AM

    Hi,

    One way would be to create

    new Message Interface in XI Repository

    base on the old one (for JMS)

    the only difference would be the name of the Message Interface

    and then most probably you'll be able to create

    a second sender agreement and choose a different communication channel

    Kind Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2004 at 01:22 PM

    Hi Marc,

    You could also create <b>different Receivers</b> in the Receiver Determination (still have only one Interface Determination by using '*' on the Receiver) and have different Agreements (pointing to the different Channels) for them. If the receiving application does not care for the Receiver (in the XI Message Header) this already does the trick - if not you can use the new 'Header Mapping' feature in the Receiver Agreement to map to the 'real' Receiver (e.g. by typing a constant value).

    Regards, Frank

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