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Destination response disappears from responseMap

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  • Destination response disappears from responseMap

    I have a channel (channel "A") with connector type set to Channel Reader.
    The channel has two destinations, a Soap Sender called "WebService.Call" and a JavaScript writer called "WebService.Result".
    The javascript in the WebService.Result destination calls responseMap.get("WebService.Call"); to get the response of the 1st destination in order to examine the destinations status and the web service response.

    If I send a message to that channel from a different channel, and look at channel A's messages in the dashboard I can see 3 meessages, for the 3 different connectors (Source, WebService.Call and WebService.Result). When I look at the mappings for the WebService.Call connector message, I can see that there is a response map variable called "WebService.Call" which says "SUCCESS: <soap:Envelop ...". When I look at the mappings for the WebService.Result connector that response map variable is no longer there, which is a problem for me because I want to examine that data using javascript.

    I don't understand why that variable disappears. Any help appreciated. Generic_Document_Library_Uploader.xml (19256 bytes)

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    Reestination response disappears from responseMap

    More information:

    Ok, both channels are synchronized, so the destinations should run in order.
    What I found is that if Channel A sends a message to Channel B the destinations in Channel B are only guaranteed to execute in order if Channel A's Channel Writer destination is set to Wait for Channel Response. If Channel A's Channel Writer destination is not set to Wait for Channel Response then even if Channel B is synchronized it's destinations are not guaranteed to execute in order.

    I think this is a bug a channels destinations should execute in order if the channel is set to synchronized, regardless if the sending channel is waiting for a response.

    Is there a work around for this?


    • #3
      Reestination response disappears from responseMap

      This has always been this way. I tend to use the routeMessage function and a JS writer so I have full control (useQueues and synchronized). If you'd like, you can submit a improvement defect and assign it to me and I will get to it when I have time.
      Brendan Haverlock | Mirth Software Engineer | Mirth Corporation