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Value manipulation in BPM

Hi, all

In a BPM, which triggers function modules in more than 1 System, I want to write the SenderParty of each send into a field in my Response message.

So my question is how to manipulate a special field in a message with a value of a simple type container element?

Thanx

Regards

Olli

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 02:50 PM

    hi,

    if you want to get the SenderParty

    then take a look at:

    /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/02/25/simple-java-code-in-graphical-mapping--xi

    if you want to change it - this is not possible

    Regards,

    michal

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      Thank you Michal for your quick replay.

      But my main question was how to change a field within abstrakt interface container element.

      My problem is that I do some synchronous requests (RFC) and want to write the party of the sender of the response of this request to a field within a abstract interface container valiable.

      Therefore my problem is that the Sender and Receiver of this synch req is the same (the BP) and the "sender"-constant in the mapping is useless in tis case.

      Regards

      Olli

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