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Messages in ICF Processing
Messages sent during ICF processing (namely when a HTTP/HTTPS query or SMTP query is handled by an HTTP request handler) behave in the same way as in RFC processing. Programs or procedures called in the handler are executed in the service context and their messages behave accordingly.
Other versions: 7.31 | 7.40 | 7.54
Dialog processing or list processing can only take place for an ICF server if the Service Data → GUI Link setting for the service is set to "Yes" in the transaction SICF. Messages of the types "I", "S", and "W" are always ignored by default and messages of the types "A", "E", and "X" always terminate processing followed by a database rollback.