Scenario is: I have a single request xml which needs to call different backends. The Request is totally identical. Hence, i cannot put any condition that might differentiate the route, but the requirement is to have two diff backends as there are two different consumers who will hit their respective backends.
I want too do this on a WS-Proxy.
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Re: Single Request to call multiple backends2013-01-24T19:32:20Z in response to kenhyghResult or result-async with a destination url context variable that contains a node set with the different url's will do the trick. You can also specify whether both or one need to succeed, and you can write the output of each to its own context for aggregation is a subsequent stylesheet. I'm pretty sure the infocenter has an example.