Async proxy to soap messages to be processed like EOIO

Hi,
I have a proxy to soap interface. What I want is to route these message these message through one queue in IE level so that, these would be sent to the receiver in order. Also doing this confirm that at the AE level, they would be delivered in order?
I looked at the tuning parameter for eo_outbound_parallel with the reveiver id, but it is routing all the messages to the receiver system in one queue. but I want this only for one interface.
any ideas?
thanks.
Sri

This is what I have observed -
Asynchronous interfaces.
Maintain Order at Runtime checked in the interface determination.
It is an enhanced interface determination producing at the most 3 messages.
When the mapping produced just one message -
In RWB when I checked for the messages processed under integration engine, I found Quality of Service - EO.
At the adapter engine level also the quality of service is - EO
The converstion ID in this case is blank
When the mapping produced more than one message -
In RWB when I checked for the messages processed under integration engine, I found Quality of Service - EO.
At the adapter engine level also the quality of service is - EOIO
The converstion ID in this case is non blank. (this is different at different times. But all of the message generated at the same mapping split have the same value)
So what I understood is, only when there are multiple messages getting generated from the split mapping, only then the AE takes care that only these messages (generated at that instance) would be delivered in order.
Any other observations are welcome.
VJ

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