AXL highly available

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    Subject: RE: AXL highly available
    Replied by: Axel Schemberg on 16-11-2010 08:25:38 AM
    Hi Sascha,
     
    as far as I know for CUCM 6.1.3 AXL is not working, when Pub is down. That is because AXL is no user facing feature ...
     
    Regards
     
    Axel

    Subject: Re: New Message from Axel Schemberg in Administration XML (AXL) - Administr
    Replied by: Sascha Monteiro on 16-11-2010 08:34:49 AM
    yeah, but you can enable AXL on any server, so assume it is using the local DB

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    > Hi Sascha,

    > as far as I know for CUCM 6.1.3 AXL is not working, when Pub is down. That is because AXL is no user facing feature ...

    > Regards

    > Axel
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    Created by: Sascha Monteiro on 16-11-2010 05:51:23 AM
    Hi,
    I am building an application that needs to be highly available,
    the Extension Mobility API will still work when the Pub is down and I can even use a 2nd Sub's EMApi if the Sub goes down.
     
    But how about the AXL SOAP API, I need to authenticate the user's PIN with doAuthenticate,
    will that still work on i.e. Sub1 if the Pub is down (and on Sub2 if Sub1 is down)?
     
    I assume this works, but I only have a single server in my dev setup so can't test it at the moment
     
    cheers

    Subject: RE: Re: New Message from Axel Schemberg in Administration XML (AXL) - Admin
    Replied by: David Staudt on 16-11-2010 01:56:30 PM
    AXL can be enabled on any node, and will be available for read-only access.  Any write/update operations must be performed via the Publisher.