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Async-sync without BPM (with a small twist - disposing of response)


I have already read the many guides and discussion on this subject - but I got into a small problem.

I want to implement this scenario: FILE (ASYNC) -> PI -> JDBC (SYNC)

when I use the receiverChannel and receiverService parameters of ResponseOneway everything works OK.

but in my case - I have no use for the sync response and I would like to do nothing with it.

can this be done? Is there a definition I can put there that will be a "null" channel?

Any help will be appreciated


Imanuel Rahamim.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 12:14 PM
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      I just removed the RequestResponse and ResponseOneway out of the way - and it became a regular async request.

      I thought that in that case I'll have the sync response with an error - but the PI doesn't keep it - so everything is fine.

      Full points (:

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