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Receiver HTTP Adaper Response Message problem

We are using HTTP adapter as the receiver for one of our vendor to post XML PO's to vendor's URL.

We are using Transport Protocol-HTTP 1.0

Message Protocol-XI Payload in HTTP Body

Adapter Engine-Integration Engine.

When PO is posted good on vendor's site we get "200" as the reponse message and when PO is failed in the vendor system due to mapping problems still we get "200" response message, Vendor's are sending "400" message for the failure to update their system but our server is not waiting to get "400" response messages. It picks the message of "200" when PO is posted on vendor's URL it is not waiting to get the next message.

Does anyone can help me to resolve this problem.

Thanks in advance!

Mrudula Patel

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2005 at 04:39 PM

    Hi Mrudula,

    Can you eloborate bit more on this scenario,

    1) 200 - for posting successfully in Vendor's site

    2) 400 - if Business logic fails at Vendor's site

    3) ?? - Sucessful transaction (Biz Logic).

    If there is only one response, which gives either 2 or 3, then you can pick up the appropriate one & post the sender with the results. The HTTP adapter's call closes once it recieves ANY reponse from recieving site (Vendor).

    hope this helps.

    Regards

    Vishnu

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2005 at 08:01 PM

    Hi Vishnu,

    I am getting message 200 - for posting successfully in vendor's site.

    Thanks!

    Mrudula

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      Hi Mrudula,

      As mentioned in my prevpost, The HTTP call gets closed if it gets ANY reponse. so i think you have to arrange for only ONE response form your vendor, Failure or Success after completing all the processes at their side. (and not any intermediate response)

      Regards

      Vishnu

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