The two most commonly used polyamide grades by far are PA6 and PA66. The remaining members of the polyamide family are primarily used in applications that require unusually high service temperatures or tolerance of moist conditions. Bio-based and transparent (amorphous) PA grades are also available. In machine design purposes PA is often reinforced with glass or - in case of highly demanding applications - with carbon-fiber. Reinforcement changes the characteristics of the material and its applications considerably and therefore I’ll write a separate article on them later. This article focuses on unfilled PA6 and PA66.
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Rejected messages are stored in the database (specifically, in the rejected_message table) by default. A default rejected message handler, which stores them on the file system, participates if you have not defined any policy to handle the rejected messages explicitly. This handler stores the payload and properties of the message on the file system at a predefined location in WLS_HOME . Currently, the Oracle SOA suite does not provide the capability to resubmit rejected messages; consequently it is your responsibility to take care of the resubmission.