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This is a continuation from part 4 (LINK)





5.3 Creating Sender Agreement




Even though there are the search option for ‘Interface’ and ‘Namespace’ – these needs to be entered manually.


Pay attention that the interface is the '_out' interface we created earlier.




Search for the Sender Communication Channel we created earlier, and also add the ‘Software Component’:






‘Save’ and ‘Activate’.


Go back to ‘Configuration Scenario’ and ‘Save’ and Activate’ here as well.



This completes the Sender Agreement.




5.4 Creating Receiver Agreement




Like before, ‘Interface’ and ‘Namespace’ has to be entered manually.


The interface is the _in interface we created earlier.


Click ‘Create’.





Now select the ‘Receiver Communication Channel’ and ‘Software Component’. The Receiver Channel is the one we created before.





‘Save’ and ‘Activate’.


Go back to Configuration Scenario and ‘Save’ and ‘Activate’.






5.5 Creating Receiver Determination



Click ‘Create’.




Then select ‘ECA_100’ – our ERP system.





Then 'Save' and 'Activate'.



5.6 Creating Interface Determination



Click ‘Create’



Select ‘Operation Mapping’.




Select the mapping created earlier.




Then ‘Save’ and ‘Activate’.



This concludes the configuration. The last step is to go back in to the Configuration Scenario to see the collected configuration.



5.7 Review the setting in the Configuration Scenario



Also make sure you ‘Save’ and ‘Activate’ here.


Then select the tab: ‘Configuration Overview and click the ‘Refresh’ icon.



Open up the ‘tree’ structure and click on the ‘zsbh_tech_int_1_out’.






On the right hand side you see all the objects we have configured.






Now the next step is to implement this in to C4C.

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