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What happens if connection to remote process provider is lost?


Martha (Ruby) Andrews (3.0k44051) | asked Jun 27 '13, 6:11 p.m.
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Recently someone asked me:
"What happens if I am consuming the process from a project area that is on another machine and that machine goes down. Can I still use the process on the machine my consumer is on?" 

I decided to share the answer with the jazz.net community in case others want to know the same thing. 

I will answer this in my next post.

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Martha (Ruby) Andrews
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Martha (Ruby) Andrews (3.0k44051) | answered Jun 27 '13, 6:12 p.m.
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 If the provider machine goes down, the consumers will continue to operate.  There may be warnings in the log and a warning will appear if someone opens the project area in a project area editor, but the process will continue to be enforced.

The way sharing across machines works, there is a local copy of the process stored on the consumer machine. The copy is updated whenever there is a change to the process on the provider machine. So, if the provider goes down, the consumer continues with whatever the process was when the provider went down.

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