I find Keyed Data Queues an excellent choice for asynchronous communications. That allows the client to make a request and then check the queue for a response. What type of notification do they want? Another option could be to send an email.

Mark Murphy
Atlas Data Systems
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To: "WEB400 (web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx)" <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 05/12/2017 09:29AM
Subject: [WEB400] Long-running webservice, options?


I have an internal RPG/CGI webservice that in extreme cases can take 20 minutes to process a request (19+ minutes waiting on external services). Our Windows team (the consumers) right now is just waiting for the webservice to respond, but they want me to change my service to send a notification when it completes.

I can't think of a good way to do this.

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