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Async ABAP Client Proxy Queuing

Hi all,

We've successfully set up an asynchronous ABAP client proxy on a WAS 6.20 instance to connect to our XI 3.0 box. Our concern is if XI is down the messages won't get queued up for delivery. As I understand it, failed messages won't get queued up for delivery if a delivery error occurs. Is this correct? If queuing is not possible with a standard WAS 6.20 installation, what options do we have to make queuing possible?

Many thanks,

--jtb

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2005 at 05:11 PM

    Hi James,

    Did you get any info on this topic ?

    I am also interested in finding out whether a queuing is supported by asynch proxies.

    Thanks in advance.

    Irfan

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2005 at 05:42 PM

    I believe queuing should be supported on a WAS 6.20 system so long as you have installed APPINT 200_620 (XI 2.0 add-on), SL 6. You need level 6 in order to communicate with XI 3.0 (or at least that's how I understand it). This above mentioned add-on is a basically the ABAP side of a 2.0 integration server. In our scenario we set the role of the business with the 2.0 add-on as an application server.

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