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Server Request Broker (SRBroker) processes synchronous server requests—requests that must be run immediately, and for which the calling process waits for completion. SRBroker in Siebel 7 replaces Server Request Manager (SRMSynch) in previous versions.
Where SRMSynch could only run server requests on a local Siebel Server (that is, the same Siebel Server that SRMSynch was running on), SRBroker can run server requests on any server in the Enterprise. For example, if SRBroker is unable to run a server request on the local Siebel Server because the required component is not enabled, SRBroker finds another Siebel Server that is hosting the required component and runs it there. Server Request Broker runs by default on all Siebel Servers.
This provides resilient processing. As long as the required component is running on a Siebel Server somewhere in the Enterprise, then the server request can be processed. For more information on resilient processing, see About Resilient Processing.
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