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File to be put in two queues

Hi all,

I have a scenario like this.

R/3 (idoc)->XI->MQ(two queue name)->External application

Here in the receiver side, I have to give two queue names.

Because the external application has to receive message from two different queues.

The question is

can i give two queue names for the same receiver service?

Can anyone throw some light on this scenario?



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    Posted on Jun 10, 2005 at 01:23 PM

    Hi Deno,

    Maybe you can user the Message Filter for this Scenario.

    With Message Filter it is possible to filter Messages in diffrent Queues.

    Look at Transaction "sxmb_adm" the tab "Configure Filter for Queue Priritization"



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      I beleive Robin's answer is explanatory. However, i will try to explain what i understand.

      You have to configure 2 instances of JMS adapter, one for each queue.

      Now, create two receiver agreements referring to these 2 adapters(If you are sending the same message without any transformation to both queues, you can create two inbound async interfaces with different name, but still referring to the same MessageType). This is because you will not be able to create two receiver determinations with the same receiver interface name.

      Now create an interface determination, and refer to both receiver interfaces craeted above here, recv i/f1 & recv i/f 2. Associate this i/f determination with your receiver determination and it should work.



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