E-IB: Is it Necessary to Exclude PSFT Auth Token for Asynchronous Request/Response Operation on Target to Prevent the Response from Carrying the Token? (Doc ID 2079003.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2015

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.50 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Supposing there are two PeopleTools 8.5x based PeopleSoft systems, A and B, using Integration Broker for data exchange, and system A uses an operation of type Asynchronous One-Way, outbound in A, to call in system B an operation of type Asynchronous Request/Response, and the resulting asynchronous response from A to B calls in A another operation of type Asynchronous One-Way, inbound in A;

and supposing that neither of the calls should carry an PSFT Auth Token (so that the Default User ID of the sending node would be used in each call);

and also supposing that the initiating Asynchronous One-Way operation in system A is already set up to exclude PSFT Auth Token:

Is it also necessary to exclude PSFT Auth Token for the Asynchronous Request/Response operation in the target system B to prevent the asynchronous response from carrying the token?


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