Currently we are implementing the InDesign LBQ into our application. This is supposed to replace our old custom made LBQ'er and provide us with more requested functionality.
Except we are wondering if the XML response sent back to the client by the server is customizable. For example, if a String in an InDesign poster text block is too long and doesn't fit, send this flaw back in an error message in the response so the client who sent in the job will see this error along with the result (It still gets the result, since it will still be made succesfull but the client will know something isn't the way it's supposed to be and will be able to adjust this).
Wouldn't that make sense that eventually you either use the preflight check or a preflight function of yours to detect such issues, make your pdf file to an expected location and then throw a specific error at the latest stage. That way you will get the result in the error feedback but you know where you outputted the PDF and then send to the client with the result ?
Alright, and let's say you have a client, the load balancer and indesign. When the client sends the request and the xml is sent to InDesign through the load balancer, will the response sent by InDesign be send to the load balancer or directly to the client that submitted the request