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Sending a message in BPM without ID receiver determination

I want to send a message in BPM without Integration Directiry receiver determination. I created a container of type Recever I added send step.

But how to assign value to Recever? What value do I need to assign? Business system name? What about channel?

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2005 at 02:18 PM

    Hi Sergey,

    As SAP help there are three wasys you can determine the receivers. In first two cases(Send Context,Receiver List) receivers are determined based on your ID configuration. Only in case of 'Response message in reply to a previously received message reciever determination in ID is not used. Please check if scenario falls into any of these categories.

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    Receiver Determination

    You have various different options for the receiver determination: Usually, you define that the send step calls the receiver determination that is configured in the Integration Directory by means of a send context. However, if you want to send a message to the respective receivers by using a fork or loop, specify a receiver list that you have already determined. If you want to send a response for a message that has already been received, specify the message that you want the send step to respond to.

    1.Send context

    The send context is a freely definable string, which you specify in the send step. You query the send context in a condition in the receiver determination in the Integration Directory. You must specify the send context to be able to send messages from the same message interfaces to different receivers in different send steps.

    See also: Receiver Determination.

    2.Receiver list

    You determine the list of receivers in a preceding receiver determination step. Next, from the attributes of the send step, choose the container element that contains the receiver list. The send step itself does not call the receiver determination that is configured in the Integration Directory; instead it uses the receiver list.

    See also: Example: Multicast – Multiple Receivers (with Response Message)

    3. Response message in reply to a previously received message

    You specify the message that the send step is to send a response to. The receiver is determined from the message header of this message. In this case, the receiver determination that is configured in the Integration Directory is not called.

    See also: Example: Sending a Response Message for a Received Message

    For more information refer :

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/86/80163f6b5baa09e10000000a114084/content.htm

    Regards

    Anand

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