AIF queue manager (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 5, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click System administration > Periodic > Services and Application Integration Framework > Queue manager.

Use this form to view messages in the Microsoft Dynamics AX queues for asynchronous, adapter-based transfers that occur through integration ports in services and Application Integration Framework (AIF).

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tab

Description

Overview

View a list of the messages in AIF queues.

General

View information about the message that you selected on the Overview tab. You can also view the Infolog entry for error messages that are associated with the transfer.

Details

View more information about the message that you selected on the Overview tab. For example, you can view the ID of the user who submitted the message, the ID of the user of the port, and date and time when the message was created.

Button

Description

Refresh

Update the list of messages in the queue so that you have a current view of the data that is being transferred.

Document log

Open the View document log form, where you can view stored versions of the XML for documents that are exchanged by using AIF. The form also provides a record of the numbered versions of the document, the related processing steps, and the date and time of each log entry. This button is available only for messages that have been processed.

You can use the View document log form to export a message that has an error and modify the document to fix the error. You can then click Import message in the Queue manager form to resubmit the updated document to the queue for processing.

View message

View the XML for the message that is being transferred. This button is available only for messages that have been processed.

Import message

Import a message so that you can resubmit the updated document to the gateway queue. This button is available only for messages that have been processed. This button is not available for messages that have a status of Malformed XML.

View infolog

View the Infolog entry for the error message that you selected. This button is available only for messages that have been processed.

Field

Description

Channel

The address of the integration port.

Direction

The direction of the transfer. The direction can be either Inbound or Outbound.

Status

The status of the message. The status can be one of the following values:

  • Ready

  • In process – This status is used for inbound messages only.

  • Hold

  • Error

  • In transport process – This status is used for outbound messages only.

  • Malformed XML

If the status of a message is Ready, you can change the status to Hold. If the status is Hold, you can change it to Ready. You can delete or modify a message only if its status is Error or Hold.

Port name

The name of the integration port that is processing the message.

Message ID

The unique identifier of the message.

Error message

A description of the error, if the message has a status of Error.

Submitting user

The identifier of the user who submitted the message. The user may be a trusted intermediary. Trusted intermediaries are defined in the Trusted intermediaries form.

Port user ID

The identifier of the user who is associated with the integration port. The port user can be the same as the submitting user.

Source creation date and time

The date and time when the message was created.

Message-set identifier

The identifier of the message set that is used for bulk processing of messages.

Bulk status

The status of bulk processing, if the message is a batched request. The status can be one of the following values:

  • None

  • Created

  • Ready

  • Rolled back

  • Skipped

  • Completed

  • Pre-Processing

  • Error

Company accounts ID

The identifier of the company account that is specified in the message header.

Service operation

The XML namespace of the schema for the service operation that the message performs.


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