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Handling HTTP Response.

Folks,

Our Scenario is as follows.

We will receive an idoc of type DEBMAS06 from SAP to XI. Base on some conditions we have create either two copies of the idoc (as XML Payloads) and send it to two different Target HTTP Servers or to one server.

So far We have no problems and we have achieved it using BPM.

But there is an additional requirement that we have to get the response from the Target HTTP Server and if the XML payloads are not created properly we have to create a log file.

This is totally a new area for me. It would be a great help if some one throw some light on this.

Regards,

Noorul Amin.N

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2005 at 08:58 AM

    Hi Noorul,

    what is the problem?

    You receive the IDoc. Configure two receiver BPMs.

    In your BPM:

    receive step

    synchr send step

    block with exception branch (where you jump to write the log file)

    switch (decide to write a log file or not)

    transformation (text of logfile)

    send (asynchron to file adapter)

    copy the BPM for the other receiver and adapt it; in my point of view it is easier than to have two synchr send steps (one exception would destroy the other message).

    Regards,

    Udo

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