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Choosing Receiver Interface (IDoc or RFC) without using BPM

francis21
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Hi,

We have a scenario wherein the receiver interface (either IDoc or RFC) must be dynamically determined at runtime based on the source message. I've tried using Multi-Mapping but this did not work since IDoc and RFC interfaces are not on the same Adapter Engine.

How do I configure this scenario without using BPM?

Thanks,

Francis

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Former Member
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Hi Chiz,

You can use Enhanced Receiver Determination for this one. Use the mapping that has the conditions for the Receiver Determination to check which Receiver it would be. Since you are using either IDOC or RFC, use Enhanced Interface Determination for the Message Mapping.

Best Regards,

Rommel

MichalKrawczyk
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hi,

>You can use Enhanced Receiver Determination for this one. Use the mapping that has the conditions for the Receiver Determination to check which >Receiver it would be. Since you are using either IDOC or RFC, use Enhanced Interface Determination for the Message Mapping.

but the receiver is the same... it's only communication

channels that is different so he should use

"pseudo receiver determination" in the interface determination

and not standard receiver determination

please read what the guy wants...

Regards,

Michal Krawczyk

francis21
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Hi Michal,

Thanks a lot. It really works.

There was just some mistake in the XPath conditions. My XPath conditions were not fully qualified by namespaces.

Francis