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The objectives of this article are twofold. First of all, it presents one information omitted in Chapter 11 of my last book in French language De cette fresque naquit la Bible (The Lost Fresco and the Bible ) . Then, it denounces an error, or more probably the forgery of an archaeological document of the greatest importance.

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The stele of Merneptah contains the oldest mention of Israel in an extra-biblical document. Flinders Petrie discovered it in 1896, at Thebes, Egypt, in Merneptah’s mortuary temple. Merneptah was the son of Ramses II. The stele describes the military campaign undertaken in 1207 B.C. against the Libyans, and, eventually a campaign to Canaan by which a group of people named Israel would have been destroyed. One reads in lines 26 to 28 of this stele, according to the official translation: The princes are prostrate, they say: let us be in peace! Nobody any more raises the head among the Nine Arcs. Tehenu is destroyed; Khati (Hittites) are in peace; Canaan is captive like its demons, Ashkelon is conquered; Gezer is captured; Yanoam became non-existent; Israel is devastated, it does not have more seed; Kharu became the widow of Egypt. All these countries are pacified. All those, which were in revolt were subdued by the king of Egypt of North and the South…

Since its discovery in 1896, the biblical historians of any obedience have tried to demonstrate the validity of the destruction of Israel by the armies of Pharaoh. However this interpretation is false and the polemical discussions around it have no grounds.

However this interpretation is false and the polemical discussions around it have no grounds.

The hieroglyphic reading of the word translated by Israel is “ iisii-r-iar ” and, in my book, I largely extended on its meaning. I have demonstrated that « iisii-r-iar » is in fact an egyptian sentence meaning: those exiled because of their sin . Pharaohs Ramsès II and Merneptah used this sentence when talking about the exiled Akhenaton’s followers, forced to quit Egypt. The name of this people iisii-r-iar changed into Israël, through the alteration of the letter r into l .

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In many integration projects, the importance of idempotent receivers is overlooked. This blog post summarizes what idempotent receivers are, why we need them and how we can achieve it.

Let's first have a closer look at the definition of idempotence, according to Wikipedia . " Idempotence is the property of certain operations in mathematics and computer science, that can be applied multiple times without changing the result beyond the initial application. " The meaning of this definition is explained as: " a function is idempotent if, whenever it is applied twice to any value, it gives the same result as if it were applied once; i.e., ƒ(ƒ(x)) ≡ ƒ(x) ".

If we apply this on integration, it means that a system is idempotent when it can process a specific message multiple times, while still retaining the same end-result. As a real-life example, an ERP system is idempotent if only one sales order is created, even if the CreateSalesOrder command message was submitted multiple times by the integration layer.

Often, customers request the integration layer to perform duplicate detection, so the receiving systems should not be idempotent. This statement is only partially true. Duplicate detection on the middleware layer can discard messages that are received more than once. However, even in case a message is only received once by the middleware, it may still end-up multiple times in the receiving system. Below you can find two examples of such edge cases.

Nowadays, integration leverages more and more the power of API's. API's are built on top of the HTTP protocol, which can cause issues due to its nature. Let's consider the following situations:

In this case, all is fine. The service processed the request successfully and the client is aware of this.

Here there is also no problem. The service failed processing the request and the client knows about it. The client will retry. Eventually the service will only process the message once.

This is a dangerous situation in which client and service are misaligned on the status. The service successfully processed the message, however the HTTP 200 response never reached the client. The client times out and will retry. In this case the message is processed twice by the server, so idempotence might be needed.

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