Searching for Duplicate External Routing Aliases
The Alias Name Reference page (IB_ALIASXREF_SEC) displays duplicate external routing aliases that exist for a routing definition.
To access the Alias Name Reference page, select Parameters tab and click the Alias Reference link for a request or response.Click the
The Alias Name Reference page appears only if the system finds that the external alias on the current definition also exists on one or more other routing definitions. If the system finds that the external alias is not used on any other routing definitions, it displays a message indicating so.
Note: The Alias Name Reference page appears only if a duplicate external alias exists on another routing definition.
Duplicate external routing alias names are never allowed for synchronous routing definitions and the system generates an error at runtime if it encounters any.
In most cases duplicate external routing alias names are not desired for asynchronous routing definitions. The exception is when you are using service operation mapping, and you want one routing definition to invoke multiple service operations.
To remedy the problem of duplicate external routing alias names, create unique alias names for each duplicate found.
To search for duplicate external routing alias names:
The Routings Definition page appears.
Click the Parameters tab.
The Parameters page appears.
Locate the request or response for which to check for duplicate external routing alias names.
Click the Alias Reference link.
If duplicate external routing alias names are found, the Alias Name Reference page appears and lists the routing definitions with which any duplicate aliases are associated. Otherwise, the system displays a message indicating that no duplicate aliases exist in the system.