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Configuring and Using QXtend Inbound
The following material provides an overview of launching, using, and administering QXtend Inbound (QXI).
Introduction
Explains the functions of the QXtend Manager, the Configuration Manager, and the Queue Manager.
QDoc Response Data
Lists default warnings and errors, explains how to include Java trace information and QAD Enterprise Application field values, and addresses performance considerations.
Starting QXtend Manager
Explains how to start QXtend Manager.
Logging
Discusses the report levels for logs, qdocinfo.log, queue.log, connectionPools.log, qdocinstall.log, outbound-ui.log, transformationEngine.log, transformationengineRequests.log, and transformationEngine.debug.
Testing QXI Processes
Discusses the Process Request, Create Empty QDoc, Verify QDoc Supported, Verify Receiver, and UI Adapter Connection Test.
Suspending and Resuming Processing
Explains how to suspend and resume processing.
Introduction
QXI provides an interface called the QXtend Manager to complete administrative tasks for QXI. The QXtend Manager consists of a Configuration Manager, a Connection Pool Manager, and an optional Queue Manager and functions to restart the server, view the install log, and run programs in the QXI test suite.
Use the Configuration Manager to manage your QDoc schemas, to create and modify your QAD Enterprise Applications receivers, and to allocate QDoc schemas to the receivers. Use the Connection Pool Manager to create, view, and control the available telnet and appserver connections to your QAD Enterprise Applications sessions.
An additional interface that is not a required component of QXI is the Queue Manager. This tool provides a QDoc queuing service, creating request and response directories for each external application that is sending QDoc requests. The request QDocs are picked up from a specified request directory; the response QDocs are returned by the Queue Manager to a specified response directory where the external application picks them up. See QXtend Inbound Queue Manager.