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  •     QAD Glossary

  • Adding Inbound Receivers
    In the Configuration Manager, choose Receivers|<application>, where <application> is eB, eB2, eB2.1, QADSE, or QADEE. Other products also might display on this menu.
    The currently available receivers display for that version.

    Receiver View in Configuration Manager
    To add a receiver, click Add. If QXI is active, the suspend options display. Choose a suspend option to cancel the add or continue. The Add Receiver screen displays.
    Enter a name for the receiver.

    Add Receiver
    Select the Require Authentication check box to indicate that this receiver requires all QDocs to contain authentication information.
    In previous versions QXI used the system-wide UseQDocRequestor setting. For each receiver in the system, you can specify that every QDoc that is for a receiver must contain authentication credentials consisting of a username and password, or a session ID.
    For details about UseQDocRequestor see Requestor Element.
    For information about QDoc authentication, see QDoc Authentication.
    Select the Licensed check box to indicate whether the receiver will be processing requests that require a licensed agent.
    If the schema is for eB2.1 or later, you can define a list of domain codes for the new receiver. The License Manager will reject any non-free or charged message/QDoc for an undefined domain.
    See QAD QXtend Licensing for details on licensing.

    Naming a Receiver
    Choose Next. The list of available QDoc APIs displays.

    Adding QDoc APIs to a New Receiver
    Select from the available lists of standard and custom QDocs by clicking the QDocs you want.
    Choose Done to make the assignment. A confirmation screen displays.
    Note: A receiver must be associated with an API that uses the SI API adapter route in order to receive business objects that employ DDP. The service interface adapter API is used by the DDP API to input data into the target application.
    If you suspended QXI in step 3, you are given the option of resuming it. If you choose to do so, QXI services are restored and a confirmation message displays.

    QDocs Added to a New Receiver
    To exit the add new receiver confirmation screen or the resume QXI services confirmation, choose any other menu option in the QXtend Manager interface.