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Multiple Receivers for one interface

Hi All,

In File-XI-File Scenario,there is a requirement in which

we are getting a file from a location using Sender File

Adapter, and based on the name of the file(<i>Which is a

part of the message content, and we are going to remove

it in Receiver File Adapter, because the access of

filename is not provided by standard XI Functioanality</i>)

It can go to more than 50 different servers with 3-4

different directory locations. This way We are having

total more than 180 locations in which we can place the

file using Receiver File Adapter.

We can define 50 receiver hosts(is it advisable ??) in

the Receiver determination, but how can we put the file

in different directory locations in a perticular

host???? we can define only one receiver agreement for

this pair, this means one communication channel.

Variable substitution is not applicable for directory

location.Apart from writing some unix script, is there

any preferred solution for this scenario ?????



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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 05:53 AM

    Nothing much to think about. Create 180+ communication channels and same number of receiver agreements and interface determinations!

    If you feel that all the 50 FTP servers are part of the same business system, create 1 receiver determination and 180 interface determintions. It might look a bit less messy.

    I have worked in other middleware products. Frankly, this is not how others work!!!! They provide provisions for changing any parameter of a communication channel at runtime.

    All the best,


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