The Business Message Reject <j> message can reject an application-level message which fulfills session-level rules and cannot be rejected via any other means. Note if the message fails a session-level rule (e.g. body length is incorrect), a session-level Reject <3> message should be issued.
See the session-level Reject <3> message
It should *NOT* be used in the following situations:
Note the only exception to this rule is in the event a business message is received, fulfills session-level rules, however, the message cannot be communicated to the business-level processing system.In this situation a Business Message Reject <j> with BusinessRejectReason <380> = "Application not available at this time" can be issued if the the system is unable to send the specific "reject" message listed above due to this condition.
Scenarios for Business Message Reject <j>:
Whenever possible, it is strongly recommended that the cause of the failure be described in the Text <58> field (e.g. "UNKNOWN SYMBOL: XYZ").