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BPM to Non-BPM Design

Hi,

My current interface was built in XI using BPM

A file is received which is sent for a synchronous call to JDBC and following the response it is mapped to target idoc structure.

How do i achieve this without BPM

My scenario in detail

File to IDOC where a synchronous lookup needs to be done in JDBC.

The lookup can be single call for entire fields using request/response structure or multiple lookup using mapping function JDBC lookup.

In both the cases, how do i acheive this without using BPM

Regards

Krish

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    Aug 23, 2013 at 10:31 AM

    Hello,

    Which version of PI u r using?

    IMO, using JDBC lookup can be a performance intensive solution. So in case u have the flexibility of using Java idoc adapter then u could opt for request/response bean + SP.

    But in case ur PI version doesn't support java idoc adapter then may be using BPM is better...

    Thanks

    Amit Srivastava

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    Aug 23, 2013 at 10:47 AM

    Hello All,

    Just to give a bit of more snapshot, I had separate discussion whether to use lookup in the mapping or the traditional one through the channel due to performance issues i had.

    My question is more on can i replace BPM with both these approaches or is it only possible using jdbc lookup in the mapping.

    I am using 7.1.1

    @Amit: can you explain more on the java idoc adapter for request and response bean.

    Regards

    Anandh

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    • Hello,

      Inaki has already provided you the answer abt java idoc adapter, but i think there can be one more option. What you can do is u can split ur scenario:

      1st Flow:

      File - DB(SP) - File  -> Using Request/reesponse Bean

      2ns Flow:

      Response File - Idoc

      Thanks

      Amit Srivastava