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Hi Experts,

I am doing a pass through scenario (i.e. ICo) without any ESR objects and I want to add time stamp to the file name at receiver side.

Could you please help me in doing this via Dynamic Configuration Bean?

What I also want to do is to replace file name with interface name through dynamic configuration bean using File adapter in receiver side.

But instead of getting the interface name in place of file name I am getting "message.interface" as file name. I have also used

variable substitution in receiver channel along with ASMA attributes.

Please suggest where I am wrong.

Thanks,

Aamir

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 03:32 PM

    Hi Aamir,

    Please try with these parameters which gives you interface name as FileName.

    key.1 read http://sap.com/xi/XI/System/File FileName

    value.1 message.interface

    key.1 write http://sap.com/xi/XI/System/Messaging interface

    value.1 module.filename

    Here Module Key1 gets the FileName and Module Key 2 sets the FileName with Interface Name.

    select Add Time stamp for File Construction Mode in processing Tab as below.

    For Example My interface Name is SI_A_FTP( in ICO) and by following the above steps in Receiver File Adapter then we get the FileName as "SI_A_FTP20140602-145413-842".

    Thanks,

    Durga


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