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I know that XBT1 is for high and XBT9 is for low priority interfaces.

Can you let me know the following -

1. I have configured 2 separate file to file interfaces one with XBT1 and other with XBT9 can i test/confirm that one interface is priortized over other

2. what are XBTA , XBTZ queues used for ?

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2012 at 07:27 AM

    >>I know that XBT1 is for high and XBT9 is for low priority interfaces.

    These are only on the inbound side of Integration Engine. Meaning that, after mapping pipeline step, they does not follow respective high or low prioritization. Hence you need to create XBTA and XBTZ on the outbound side for these interfaces.

    tcode: SXMB_ADM --> Configure Filter for Queue Prioritization

    To test your filters locally, expand the button and then click on execute button. Provide your configured interface details to test on respective inbound/outbound channels.

    In real time, you need to check SXMB_MONI TRACE for these interface messages, during inbound and after mapping pipeline step (For outbound) stages.

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  • Posted on Jul 01, 2012 at 07:50 AM


    a few more things:

    a) if you have 7.1 (or more) and if you're running ICO (local processing)

    you should be using message prio on adapter engine and not on IE (as IE will not be used with ICO)

    b) for queue monitoring on IE for XBT1 queue for example you can always (and you should)

    put a message size value in the queue configuration this way you can easily check if the messages

    are going/not going via this queue (on the basis of your XML message size only)


    Michal Krawczyk

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    • Former Member hema s

      I think it refers to the send of the receiver adapter, so the inbound interface. However, the example looks a bit strange to me, too. They program a 4 second delay and later on the screenshots show messages waiting for minutes. It doesn't look very consistent, although the basic message could be true.

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