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Acknowledgement on Failure


I am using HTTP adapter to send messages to third party. What happens if the handshake between XI and 3rd party fails? Will the messages be lost or will they queued? or do they they need to be re-processed?..So is there an automatic method in case of failure to reprocess and monitor? or will things need to be done manually??


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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 08:10 AM

    Hi Teresa,

    I know from experience that XI queues its messages until it can be delivered, we used file adapters and as soon as the file adapter could read/write again the messages in the AFW were delivered and read! Maybe this helps a little?



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      Hi Teresa,

      If you have async messages you will use qos EO or EOIO. In this case the message will be queued until the messages is delivered to the receiving system.

      If you have sync messages you will use qos BE. In this case the messages in not queued and if it fails it fails.

      with a BPM you can make an retrying mechanism and an alert if neccessary.

      The file adapter is always async, so it will be qos EO.



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