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DynamicConfiguration - Send Email

Hi guys,

There is a interface that send .xml by email . I use de adatper type "mail".

I created message mapping and this mapping there is a rfc that search the emails adress in ECC. In this same mapping I created UDF that get Dynamic email by java code.

Follow code.

Public String getTo(Container container ) throws StremTransformationException{

GlobalContainer gc = container.getGlobalContainer();
AbstractTrace trace = container.getTrace();

DynamicConfiguration dc = (DynamicConfiguration) container

String ret = (String) dc.get(DynamicConfigurationKey.create("", "THeaderBCC"));

trace.addInfo("BCC = " + ret);

if ((ret==null) || (ret!=null && ret.equals(""))) {
return "";
return ret;

The interface it´s working and sending emails.


If the all email are very large (many caracters), the udf not return the emails!

Anyone have any ideas whats happening? or how can I do to fix that problem?

Thanks a lot.

Felipe Martin

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2014 at 12:07 AM

    Hi Felipe,

    It's not clear. Mail sender or Mail receiver?

    If you are trying to read the mail sender, then you don't have an option to read the BCC value

    For possible attributes :

    Refer to adapter specific attributes @ Configuring the Sender Mail Adapter (SAP Library - SAP NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure)

    If you have mail receiver adapter and would like set the BCC ID Dynamically then check the below UDF,

    DynamicConfiguration configuration = (DynamicConfiguration) container.getTransformationParameters().getStreamTransformationConstants.DYNAMIC_CONFIGURATION);

    DynamicConfigurationKey key = DynamicConfigurationKey.create("", "THeaderBCC");

    configuration.put(key, "<<Here the email ID>>");

    return "";

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