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Which version of Interconnect are you using?
The latest version ( 10.1.2 ) supports more synchronous adapters. e.g. The HTTP Adapter. Don't know about the OA adapter but I think this one will work synchronous as well.
Btw the adapter framework in 10.1.2 is now JCA compliant.
The version is 10.1.2.
Just as I expected. The Oracle Applications adapter does not support an outbound synchronous interface and cannot be used for synchronous request/reply integration scenarios. Until such support is provided, a DB adapter will need to be used to achieve this integration.
Thats strange indeed, is there that much difference between the DB Adapter and the OA Adapter?
I don't know the OA adapter at all at the moment. How does it connect to the underlying application of OA? Queues? procedure and function calls?
Yes, it is strange. One would think that the OA adapter would be a superset of the DB adapter, but there is this minor issue.
The OA adapter configuration seems to be no different than a DB adapter in terms of connectivity. It does allow additional interfaces such as XML Gateway, Workflow Business Event System, Custom Queues in addition to Tables/Views/APIs.