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From Asanka Abeysinghe <>
Subject Re: Reading Target Address Parameter at Transport Level
Date Sun, 29 Jun 2008 18:05:49 GMT
Yes, Andreas definition is correct. Detail information can find from the 
thread [1].

Primary reason is that and I can add few more use cases
1. Acceptor can send messages for a specific session before sending 
messages from the initiator (fills, corrections and acknowledgments for 
the previously posted transactions).
2. FIX recovery happens with the session creation, so with the current 
implementation recovery has to wait till the first message sends.

Asanka A.

Andreas Veithen wrote:
> As far as I understand the requirement is as follows: When the 
> transport sender transmits the first message to a given endpoint, it 
> needs to create a session with the endpoint. This operation is 
> expensive and causes a delay if the message is received and forwarded 
> by a proxy service. Since Synapse knows about the endpoints it will 
> connect to, the idea is to create these sessions in advance (at 
> startup) so that the proxy service will forward the first message 
> without delay. However the transports can't get access to the required 
> information because it is managed by Synapse specific classes.
> On 29 juin 08, at 18:15, Asankha C. Perera wrote:

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