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CIDX Testing

HI,

We are using CIDX as a receiver side adapter, can anybody tell me how to test this, I mean where exactly will this message be seen , Do we need a CIDX client at the receiver end to test the scenario?

Also I would like to know about the chemXML transaction information which is given while creating a communication channel using CIDX adapter.

Regards

Arvind

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    Posted on Nov 27, 2005 at 06:58 PM

    Hi Arvind,

    To unit test the CIDX Design and Config, you can leave the URL in the Receiver CIDX Adapter blank. The messages will show up in the SMXB_MONI or RWB as not delivered.

    For end-to-end testing, in the Receiver CIDX Adapter:

    1) In the URL, give the partner URL as:

    http://<host>:<port>/MessagingSystem/receive/CIDXAdapter/CIDX

    This will connect to the CIDX compliant EAI or other system of the partner. That means that you need a CIDX client at the receiver end.

    2) The chemXML specific configuration is available at:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/14/80243b4a66ae0ce10000000a11402f/frameset.htm

    Note that this link gives some examples from the V3.0 of CIDX standards. You just have to use the names corresponding to your CIDX version. For example, if you use V4.0, in the 'Version' enter '4.0'. In the

    Document Schema Specification, if you use OrderCreate, enter CIDX_CeS_v4.0_Message_OrderCreate.xsd

    If this helps, please remember to award points.

    Good luck,

    Bhanu

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