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Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

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  • Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

    Hi, I have been testing router inbound channel in Mirth 1.3.2 using soap listener how source and soap various soap sender how destinations. I have deployed the channel without problem but when I have tested the channel, I have got an connection error because the Mirth webservice has not been deployed. I have done different tests and this has happened only with soap listener/sender working together in the same channel. Could be this a bug?

    the content of my definition channel file is

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    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

    My enviroment is

    Windows xp sp2, java 1.5, jboss 4.0.2, Mirth 1.3.2

    Best Regards

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    • #3
      Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

      We've seen this before - can you add it to the Jira? (www.mirthproject.org/jira).

      There are two possible work-arounds:

      1) Try using an outbound channel instead of inbound
      2) Use two inbound channels. SOAP In to LLP sender, LLP Listener to Soap Sender.

      -Chris
      Chris Lang

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      • #4
        Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

        Hi Chris, I have tried this two work-arounds and they don´t work either. I will put this in Jira too.

        Best Regards.

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        • #5
          Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

          We've been able to do SOAP Listener to LLP and LLP to Soap Sender in a sample channel here. I'll work on getting that sample posted.

          -Chris
          Chris Lang

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          • #6
            Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

            Hi Chris, I have done SOAP Listener to LLP and LLP to Soap Sender how you said. This work-around is good for a test enviroment but don´t for a production enviroment because it is very slow. I would like to be able to have router inbound with soap listener and soap sender. Does it exist a date for the next release?

            I would like to know if the next case is posible.

            I have deployed three channels, one outbound channel (Soap Listener - Soap Sender) and two router inbound channels (Soap Listener - LLP and LLP-Soap Sender because I want simulate router inbound channel Soap Listener- Soap Sender). If I deploy distint soap listener with the same port (9090 for example) only one channel receive the message but if I deploy distinct soap listener with distinct ports (9090 and 9091 for example) only a webservice is deployed.

            Is this possible and I am missing something or in the opposite this is not possible to do with mirth?

            Best Regards

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            • #7
              Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

              I don't quite understand your scenario - can you post the channel XML file (or email it to me: chrisl [at] webreachinc.com)?

              As far as SOAP to LLP and LLP to SOAP, we are hoping to release an internal router component in the next build (1.3.3) that will let you route these together quicker.

              -Chris
              Chris Lang

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              • #8
                Re: Channel router inbound don´t work with soap listener and soap sender together.

                Hi Chris, I sent you my channel xml files but I don´t get any response. I need to have two channels with soap listener and how I explained you only one channel is working. The first channel wich is deployed is the channel that works. I have tried putting two soap listener in the same port (9090) and I have tried putting one soap listener in one port (9090) and the other in another port (9091). In two cases the result is the same. I would like that you will say me if it is possible that two soap listener work together in the same mirth instance.

                Thanks in advance.

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