[jpos-users] How reversals are processed in real time ?

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[jpos-users] How reversals are processed in real time ?

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Suppose if I send transaction from jpos client to some acquire host through connection c1. Do we need to fire reversal on same connection c1 or can it be sent in different connection c2? I would also like to know, In real time, which one is the better approach?

Is there any solution in jpos where reversals are being sent on same connection using QMUX?


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DP.
 

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Re: [jpos-users] How reversals are processed in real time ?

chhil
Reversal sending strategy is determined between you and the other endpoint. A reversal has enough information in it to not require it come on the same connection, but your mileage may vary.

Muxpool handles it well, you give it one of the strategies and it sends the reversal either on the next available channel or the channel it previously sent the request on (split by divisor). Split by divisor takes a field and divides "split-field say the stan , so if the stan is the same, the request and the reversal for it will be sent on the same channel.

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On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 6:47 PM, DP <[hidden email]> wrote:

Suppose if I send transaction from jpos client to some acquire host through connection c1. Do we need to fire reversal on same connection c1 or can it be sent in different connection c2? I would also like to know, In real time, which one is the better approach?

Is there any solution in jpos where reversals are being sent on same connection using QMUX?


Regards,
DP.
 

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Re: [jpos-users] How reversals are processed in real time ?

Andy Orrock
"Entirely TMI on Reversals and Duplicates":


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On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 8:45 AM, chhil <[hidden email]> wrote:
Reversal sending strategy is determined between you and the other endpoint. A reversal has enough information in it to not require it come on the same connection, but your mileage may vary.

Muxpool handles it well, you give it one of the strategies and it sends the reversal either on the next available channel or the channel it previously sent the request on (split by divisor). Split by divisor takes a field and divides "split-field say the stan , so if the stan is the same, the request and the reversal for it will be sent on the same channel.

-chhil

On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 6:47 PM, DP <[hidden email]> wrote:

Suppose if I send transaction from jpos client to some acquire host through connection c1. Do we need to fire reversal on same connection c1 or can it be sent in different connection c2? I would also like to know, In real time, which one is the better approach?

Is there any solution in jpos where reversals are being sent on same connection using QMUX?


Regards,
DP.
 

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