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Old 07-26-2015, 09:45 PM
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Default LLP/TCP sender act as server not a client

We need a LLP/TCP Sender to act as a 'server' instead of a 'client'. We know we can have a LLP/TCP Listener act as either a 'server' or a 'client' - so we need a similar option for a LLP/TCP Sender as well. Or some way of emulating that functionality.

For example, we need a LLP sender that doesn't initiate the connection to another server, instead it needs to listen on a port and wait for a client to connect. When a client connects, queued messages from the LLP/TCP Sender channel would be sent to that connected client automatically. You could think of it as a web server - but when the client connects, it doesnt make GET or POST requests - the data just goes to the client automatically.
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Old 07-27-2015, 09:31 AM
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There has been other discussion on this before: http://www.mirthcorp.com/community/f...?t=3818&page=3

We also have a JIRA issue for it: MIRTH-2446. Please comment on the issue with your specific use-cases. Thanks!
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