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Reusing workfiles makes map faster as it speeds up the alidation process. However, changes in data mean special care has to be taken to avoid issues for the concerned maps. Currently, one has to manually remove the workfiles after the Launcher was...
Whenever a message triggers a map failure, even if the failure is not related to the message's content, the message is blacklisted by the launcher and will not be trigered again. This avoids "poison messages" but needs a restart to have the messag...
Enable wildcard MSL with multiple Launchers as with single Launcher
When setting up a single Launcher source directory there is no need to specify which MSL files to run. The single Launcher event will go to the assigned directory and find/run all MSL files found. This is effectively a wild card usage of *.msl. We...
Today every time we need to change a map in launcher environment the launcher has to be restarted because the maps are cached there.It doesn't matter if the maps are used directly in the flow or ran by RUN function. For High Availability productio...
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