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Standalone OMW installation and DB on Remote SQL

Hello everyone,

 

Scenario

OMW as standalone installation with Remote SQL server.

 

Have anyone experienced that OMW can not process messages anymore after DB goes offline and comes back online in short period of time until you disable and start OMW services and may need to delete MsgQueue too.

 

-KAKA-

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Hello

 

I believe this is designed behavior. If the remote database is not available temporarily then you will have to restart the OMW services once the database is back up again so the OMW processes can establish connection with the database.

 

Hope this helps.

Regards
Ram

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if it so then it is totally ridiculous. once Database is online OvEpMessageAction server should establish connection automatically with it.

Dont you think so?

-KAKA-

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Hello

 

I am not sure I agree. This is my reasoning. Database is such a key part of the OMW operations that if you restart database then you will have to reestablish the connections with many existing OMW processes and so having a clean start of the OMW processes is key to ensure that things are properly done.

 

Regards

Ram

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