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BPM Design using sync-async bridge

Hi Arpit,

Below mentioned is an overview of the process flow which we are trying to implement.

1. A synchronous interface takes in the request

2. After the mapping, a file is created

3. Another file adapter reads this file and sends a message back to the sync interface. This step is to make sure that the file is created

I'm using a sync-async bridge for this process, since file creation and reading processes are asynchronous and the request/response is synchronous.

Can somebody help me by telling how to design the BPM. How many send and receive steps are required etc?

Thanks,

Sandeep

    | Request  |    |    |       |    |     |    |       |
    |--------->|    |    |       |    |     |    |File   |
HTTP|          |Sync|--->|Mapping|--->|Async|--->|Adapter|
    |<---------|I/f |<-  |       |    |I/f  |    |(write)|
    | Response |    | |  |       |    |     |    |_______|
                      |                              |
                      |                              |
                      |                          ____|___
                      ||      |   |        |    |        |
                      -|Async |<--|File Adp|<---|Folder  |
                       | I/f  |   |(read)  |    |________|

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 06:21 AM

    Hi Sandeep

    The process shd contains 4 steps to accomplish the Sync- Async scenario

    <b>SyncReceive</b> – To Receive the payload synchronously from HTTP (open S/A Bridge)

    <b>Send</b> – To Send the request payload Asynchronously from BPM to the File system

    <b>Receive</b> – To receive the response Asynchronously from Legacy File system to BPM

    <b>SyncSend</b> – To Send the response Synchronously from BPM to HTTP (close S/A Bridge)

    Thus u need

    1 Synchronous Recieve Step

    1 Async Send step

    1 Async Recieve Step

    1 Synchronous Send step

    Hope it helps.

    Regards

    Arpit Seth

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      Hi

      <i>>>I have to map the incoming xml from HTTP to another format before creating the file.</i>

      Ya then u can use the transform Step in between the

      sync Recv ---> Transform ---> Send to File System

      <i>>>Once a file is read, that interface has to send an acknowledgement message telling the status.</i>

      Wht type of acknowledgement msg telling the status.

      I think u can add another element in ur created file payload like <b>Status</b>: Created (ConstanT)

      Then u can map the payload of the readed file with tis payload having Ststus init.Fo this u need a Transformation Step.

      BTW i was searching some previous blogs and i got this and it is bit related to ur scenario.Go thru this

      /people/sriram.vasudevan3/blog/2005/01/11/demonstrating-use-of-synchronous-asynchronous-bridge-to-integrate-synchronous-and-asynchronous-systems-using-ccbpm-in-sap-xi

      Hope it helps.

      Regards

      Arpit Seth

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