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BAPI eWay reloads all messages at Control Broker startup

BAPI eWay reloads all messages at Control Broker startup

BAPI eWay reloads all messages at Control Broker startup

(OP)
Hi there!

I encountered a really strange "feature" in eGate version 4.5.3 (which was actually not happening in 4.5.2).
When I restart the eGate server (actually restarting the Control Broker is enough) all message ever processed by the BAPI eWay are reprocessed!!! So, also old (and maybe invalid) entries are generated again!
I am wondering if this has something to do with the Journal Option?!
Unfortunately I could not find any solution on the SeeBeyond pages to that cause - but I hope to get some information here.

Please HELP!!

thanx nocomm

RE: BAPI eWay reloads all messages at Control Broker startup

We got this same behaviour when we turned journalling on

RE: BAPI eWay reloads all messages at Control Broker startup

(OP)
Hi all!

We already found the solution to this feature!!!
There exists an ESR that handles this problem. So you have to check that ESR 54776 is completely installed - which means that all files of this ESR are installed in the correct version!! Then the problem should no longer exist!!

It worked in our case....

nocomm

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