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Old 09-22-2015, 08:17 PM
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Default Queue messages on HTTP sender

Using Mirth Connect Server I created a HTTP sender channel and am trying to get the messages to Queue if they do not receive a response. I've clicked the "Attempt First" option for queueing messages which works on a TCP Sender channel but doesn't seem to work on an HTTP sender channel. I see in other versions of Mirth there is a "Persistent Queues" option but evidently 3.1 doesn't have that option. When I do not receive a response from the destination they do seem to queue up but they are not in a queued status and I can't see any other message other than the first one waiting. Is there a way to get messages to queue on an HTTP channel in 3.1?
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Old 09-24-2015, 06:29 AM
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All you have to do is set the queue to Attempt First or Always. If you're not sure which, choose Always.
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