Invoking Multiple Service Operations
You can invoke multiple service operations on the receiving system using a single inbound service operation. This process is sometimes referred to as service operation fan out.
Invoking multiple service operations using a single inbound service operation applies to asynchronous service operations only.
To invoke multiple service operations on the receiving system using one inbound service operation, you must specify the name of the inbound service operation in the External Alias field on the routing definition of each service operation on the receiving system that you want to invoke.
The service operations on the receiving system do not need to be assigned to the same queue; PeopleSoft Integration Broker will invoke service operations assigned to different queues.
If the sending system sends in a partition key (using the SubQueue HTTP listening connector or PeopleSoft services listening connector parameter), the receiving PeopleSoft system will honor it. If there is a transformation defined for the service operation, partitioning occurs after the transformation. If the sending system does not send in a partition key, the receiving PeopleSoft system applies partitioning according to the queue definition defined for the service operation.