I have a task to expose the existing flow service as a request and response on WebSphere MQ (instead of a web service via HTTP).
For this reason, I created an MQ Adapter connection, a listener, and a synchronous listener notification where I call the flow service.
The problem is that I cannot retrieve the notification document in the invoked service. It is supposed to be the request document created for the notification. However, if I try to map it as document reference or specify it as an input document of the flow service, the notification document is always empty to me. However, if I call the pub.flow:savePipelineToFile method in the flow service, here is what I get:
I also changed the notification Execution mode to ‘Publish and Wait’ to Local, and created a trigger on the request document (it became publishable then). The result is the same - notification document is empty.
How I can properly read\get access to the MQ_adapterNotification2RequestDocument?
Any help is really appreciated.
Thanks in advance,