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bruce2359
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zpat wrote:
I am confused by the last paragraph which suggests that MQ processing delays at the remote end are included in NETTIME.

The last activity in a batch transmission is MCA's at both ends of the channel coming to an agreement that a batch was successfully transmitted and committed (or backed-out and re-transsmitted). Several synchronization conversations between the channel ends comprise this. "Both," in this statement, encompasses delays at either/both ends of the channel.
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