The fact that there is a TCP error implies that there's a problem below IRIS , at the networking level. Opening the firewall was a good first step, but can you check other network logs or check the connectivity between the machines in other ways?

I'm not sure why this many month old question appeared at the top of the community queue, but can this problem be described more clearly? You can monitor multiple namespaces. How is the monitor incorrect?

If you debug the class and go through it can you try to identify which line is throwing the error?

Can you see where the not implemented is being thrown?

Hello Omar,

What problem exactly are you having? It sounds like you have a reasonable configuration.

"The Ensemble architecture prohibits a business service from initiating transmissions outside Ensemble. Replies to received documents are fine, but there is no provision for a business service to initiate an exchange with an entity outside Ensemble.

To adapt this restriction to ASTM conventions, Ensemble provides a special-purpose business operation for use with ASTM business services. This business operation identifies the incoming ASTM business service as its partner service. Whenever any member of the Ensemble production needs to initiate communication to the external device, it invokes this business operation, which sends the transmission out via its partner service. This preserves the Ensemble conventions for internal messaging (a business service may send messages to a business process or business operation only) while leaving room for ASTM conventions (there is only one TCP socket available on the device, and at the other end of this TCP connection is an Ensemble business service)."

Basically, you configure the operation with a connection to your ASTM TCP service and then the operation will be able to "use" the same port.

Ah - I think you might get more help with this from Avaya directly, as probably most people on this forum don't know how their application is set up.

Cathy,

What do you mean by skillset data? Do you have an idea of what tables you are working with (other than the waiting time)?