I am trying to configure a Web Service Proxy that has request and
response rules, and has a http front side handler, and will communicate
with WebSphere MQ backend which will respond with soap message.
My question is how can I make this WS-Proxy to work one way with
WebSphere MQ Asynchronously, so that the datapower will not wait for
the response, but just puts the message in the WebSphere MQ request
Queue, and then continues its operations and goes to the response rule.
(Make the WS Proxy on datapower to go to the response rule is important)
Your help will be greatly appreciated.
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Updated on 2012-12-13T23:32:55Z at 2012-12-13T23:32:55Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: DataPower WS-Proxy work with WebSphere MQ one way2012-10-30T13:59:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.You backside url would not specify a reply queue. In this case, the response rule would be immediately executed after the put to the request queue were successful. You'd need to specify that your response processing was non XML (since you are not getting a response back) and you'd need to disable any response schema validation, and finally you'd need to create a response that would match the response schema of the wsdl i the response rule.