For this use case, we implement a one-way flow that corresponds to an incoming binary file (we have chosen a jpg file). This message will be sent from a back-end application and routed to a specific partner trading in binary documents.
To achieve this transaction flow, the message will be sent to DataPower via MQ queues. From there, it will be sent to the trading partner wrapped in AS2 over HTTP/SSL. The Hub will wait for an asynchronous MDN response sent as AS2 over SSL to mark the transaction complete.
All the messages exchanged between the hub company and trading partner will be encrypted and signed as per the trading agreement between the partners.
This shows the flow from a high-level perspective.
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