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Bypassing ASAP Queues - SYNC Operations (Doc ID 2271543.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 15, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Bypassing ASAP Queues - SYNC operations

Customer is implementing a custom solution to have SYNC calls to ASAP since the ASAP product only supports ASYNC operations when called from the upstream systems using queues.

As per the current setup in customers environment, the northbound systems send a request on the JMS queue of ASAP and then ASAP responds back on the TOPIC.
There is no SRT implemented currently.

As per the customers understanding, ASAP is expecting the OSS/J request on the JMS queue and then SARM fetches the request and sends it  to the NEP/JNEPs for processing.

The following queries are related to this scenario:

Q1. Is there any way the JNEP/Cartridge can be reached directly bypassing all the ASAP components? Meaning, can JNEP process be directly called with the CSDLs to be executed?

Q2. Can we send the OSS/J request to SARM directly without involving the JMS queues?


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