Re: http request response

From: Matt Milner (matt.milner_at_m3technologypartners)
Date: 11/20/04

Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2021 16:31:41 -0600

have you tried creating a multipart message type, then instance and setting
each part to the type of message(s) you want to send? I haven't tried this,
but it is the point of multipart messages.


"Inukshuk" <> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> Is it at all possible to send more than one message to a request-response
> http port.
> I wish to notfy the caller of 2 things.
> 1 - a summary of what was submitted along with a unique message_id
> 2 - the actual xml message response after being processed by the
> orchestration
> note: the orchestration can process the xml file in synch or async mode.
> In the case of the async they will need to have the message_id returned to
> them for later verification.

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