in this scenario, we implement a one-way flow that receives incoming SOAP Messages with Attachments (SwA) requests from a partner; these requests are consumed by the Hub B2B Gateway Service that is also configured.
To achieve this scenario, the partner sends the SOAP Messages with Attachments message over HTTP to our B2B Gateway Service that is configured on the XB60. The gateway service is configured to fetch the attachment from the payload. The attachment is wrapped in AS2 and routed to the appropriate B2B Gateway Service that will handle the trading processing. There will be no Message Disposition Notifications (MDNs) in this process, because the partner interaction is done using HTTP. Although in our Hub internally, we use AS2.
This shows the flow from a high-level perspective.
Handling SOAP Messages with Attachments in a B2B environment diagram
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