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SP12 -Variable Substitution option

Hi all,

I am trying to searchinging <b>Variable Substitution(Target Directory/File Name Schema)</b> in ID Reciver.

I already uploaded SP9,SP10,SP11,<b>SP12</b>,SP13,SP14 Patches

But I am not able to see <b>Variable Substitution(Target Directory/File Name Schema)</b> option in ID.

Please guide me what wrong thing i am doing??????

or what i have to do to see this option???????

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 09:15 AM

    Hi

    Have you imported the latest SAP Basis 6.4 content after upgrade ? The adapter metadata is part of this content and so make sure this has been done.

    Thanks

    Saravana

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 07:32 AM

    Hi

    This option Shd available in File Adapter's(Reciever Communication Channel) In ID on SP12.

    Reagrds

    Arpit Seth

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      Hi Umesh

      You are on a higher patch level, SP14. So you should be having the variable substitution option.

      Did you recently update to this patch level.

      Ok, try this, go to your java webstart.

      You can find it under C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_06\javaws

      Double-click on javaws application there.

      Within that goto,

      File >Preferences >Advanced-->Clear Folder

      Now log in to your XI server and access your Integration Builder page by running TCode SXMB_IFR, and go into your Integration Directory and see if you have the option of variable substitution.

      Hope this helps,

      cheers

      Sameer

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 11:06 AM

    note 705541

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