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Dynamic Archiving in File-Proxy Interface

Hi Experts,

My scenario is File -> Proxy which updates certain data in the target SAP system. The logic in the receiver side is that, if the update fails, then the input file must be placed in Folder A. Else if the update is successful, then the file must be archived to Folder B.

Has anyone done this before? I know File interface is asynchronous so I'm not sure how to handle such kind of requirement.

Appreciate any inputs. Thanks!

Mark

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    Jun 06, 2014 at 07:26 AM

    Hi Mark,

    I think you can use approach like below if your data is not big:

    File to two files

    in mapping use rfc lookup which sends your data to ECC and give you status and based on status create the files

    Regards

    GB

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  • Jun 05, 2014 at 08:07 AM

    Hi Mark,

    If  i was you i would use a Async/Sync bridge, in other words a File - Proxy - File scenario (without ccBPM). Check a similar scenario here File-RFC-File(Without BPM) - Process Integration - SCN Wiki

    Im not so sure if the proxy interface supports this bridge, also you can do two scenarios, File - Proxy and Proxy - File, then inside the ECC  the ABAPers should call the second scenario after the update-

    Regards.

    Message was edited by: Iñaki Vila

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    Jun 06, 2014 at 08:17 AM

    Hi Mark

    I belive you should use BPM to cater your requirement, where depending on your response from proxy you can move your file.

    Regards

    VJ

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  • Jun 09, 2014 at 05:43 AM

    Hi Inaki, Gagandeep, We've changed the requirement and now there's no need to move the files around. But I appreciate all the inputs, they are very helpful. It's good to know that it's possible to use RFC lookup for scenarios like this. Thank you!

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