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    Is it possible to configure a channel using a Destination LLP that send the inbound messages like a mono-thread. In other words the channel can send a message only if the previous message is acked?
    Is it also possible to configure a sending delay between two messages?

    Thanks a lot,
    Claudio

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    Re: sending messages like mono-thread

    The closest thing is the MLLP-Queues system. It sends in a thread the messages. Messages are send only when the previous message has been sent (ie: the thread waits for the activation of the receiver system.)

    AFAIK, there is no way to set a delay. But it's a good idea to include the parameter to the queue option. If you like to code, it's very simple to add such parameter to the sender.

    Unfortunately v1.4 has a bug with MLLP queues: the messages never updates their status from "Queued" to "Sended" .

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    • #3
      Re: sending messages like mono-thread

      Thank for the suggestion.
      Is there a plan to fix the bug?

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      • #4
        Re: sending messages like mono-thread

        Yes, 1.4.1 will fix the bug.
        Chris Lang

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        • #5
          Re: sending messages like mono-thread

          Do you consider also the send delay as new features, because this is a problem with a very diffuse middleware that is eGate?
          What is the timing to the realease of 1.4.1 version?


          Thanks a lot,
          Claudio

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