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Do I need to do a BPM / Synch-Asynch bridge ?

SDNers,

I have a scenario where a synchronous SOAP HTTP message will come in with data. Following steps are needed.

1) Call a stored procedure to authenticate on a DB2 database. Possible JDBC adapter.

1a) If authentication fails need to respond with error code in the SOAP-MSG and end.

2) Call another stored procedure to post the data to temporary table and get back a unique ID.

3) Return the response and unique ID to the SOAP-MSG.

Can you please let me know -

a) If I will need to create a BPM for this scenario. If not how ?

b) If BPM is needed - will I need a Synch-Asynch bridge although I have all synchronous communication throughout the process. All the stored procedures to DB2 database are intended to be synchronous JDBC receivers.

Thanks a lot in advance,

Charu

Former Member
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