Using an HTTP Transport
- The source system generates and sends a message to the destination system of a trading partner by using a specific XLANG schedule instance.
- The destination system sends a return message by using an HTTP transport.
- The source system receives the return message, and routes it to the same XLANG schedule instance that generated and sent the initial message.
To configure both systems so that the destination system can use a non-HTTP transport to send return messages, see Using a non-HTTP Transport.
The following topics are covered in this section: