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File-Xi-File scenario donu00B4t work.


We have a poblem with a FILE-XI-FILE scenario via NFS. We have a Flat File in a Xi directory (AL11) . The first process work correctly. The file is deleted from this directory and mapped to a XML file into Xi. SXMB_MONI shows the message is correctly (green flag). But i can´t generate a Receiver file. We want to create a new file in /tmp directory of Xi. For do this one , we have a Communication Channel type File, with NFS option.

Someone can help me?¿

Thanks for all.

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 09:05 AM

    hey julian....

    check if both ur adapters r configured corectly...goto RWB -> adapter monitoring and check if both the adapters r correct with green light...

    remember ur FTP and NFS details r case sensitive. so pls croos check tht the name of ur path and file and alll r properly given...

    hope this hlps...



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      Does your message struck in queue. Try to double click it and do you see message in a queue.

      If it is struck there than you can try activating the queue or delete the queue and try again tour scenario.

      Transaction for queue






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