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File Adapter Receiver Asynchronous

Hi ,

I've read a couple of times now that a file adapter which is operated as a receiver is always asynchronous. This means he cannot be used in conjunction with a synchronous RFC.

Is that right ?

I haven't found anything about the asynchronous behavior of the file adapter in any official documentation.

Can please someone provide me with a link ?

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on May 03, 2005 at 08:07 AM


    You can use it synchronously by choosing "Best effort" in quality management of your sender file adapter.

    Or if you want you can define synchronous RFC in a BPM step, independently of your sender interface.



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