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Multi Mapping - Error in sending

Hi,

I have an extended ID which generates two messages.

I want to send one of them to File Adapter and another one to XI integration server using soap receiver channel.

But I am getting error in the technical routing stating Messages in multi-message format can only be sent to one Adapter Engine.

I thought this was only not possible when you tried to send it to IDOC adapter or HTTP adapter as they are not in abap stack.

Please clarify.

Regards

Sam

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 02:56 PM

    Yes Sam, Multi mapping is possible for messages in the same AE. Check below notes from help sap.

    Prerequisites

    Multi-mappings require the interfaces involved to be asynchronous. There are no other restrictions on the outbound interface of the interface mapping.

    Messages that result from the split in a mapping-based message split are sent using one Adapter Engine. For this reason, only those adapters that run on the Adapter Engine are supported. The Java proxy runtime is also not supported. This means that the selection of possible target interfaces is restricted to the corresponding adapter types. In particular, no target messages can be sent to an integration process.


    Developing Multi-Mappings for Message Splits (SAP Library - SAP Exchange Infrastructure)

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 03:19 PM

    Hi Sam.

    A few tips, with file and SOAP adapter if you use the same Adapter Engine you could use multi-mapping. Have you configure SOAP channel with quality of service EO?, do you have this SOAP interface asynchronous?

    Regards.

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