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Ed Goodman

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:28 pm    Post subject: Limit for asynchronous callout?
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We are doing some experimentation with web services and the like. We've had success with using ICAL and sending out synchronous requests, where the call waits for a response. Now we want to do asynchronous, where is send the message and does NOT wait for a response.

I have the sample program in hand, and I see that it's a CHNG call, followed by an insert to the Alternate PCB.

Now, the ICAL uses a different set of queues, so the 32K limit does not apply. You can send a huge message. However, I don't see anything about that for the special case of the ISRT to an OTMA destination.

Is the 32K limit still in effect for the ISRT?
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