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Own AS2 name and sender's AS2 name


We are doing an interface from ECC to AS2 and another from AS2 to ECC. The client gave us these details.

AS2 ID, URL and Public key of their certificate.

My question, is this enough to do this scenario or do we need more info from them?

In sender com channel, I see two parameters and both are mandatory

Expected Sender's AS2 name

Expected own AS2 name

So where should I add the AS2 ID that they have given?

Do I have to create an own AS2 name ?

I am configuring the scenarios without creating Party as I found in some discussions that Party is not required


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    Posted on Dec 05, 2014 at 12:02 PM

    Hi Harish,

    that should be enough information.

    You can use the AS2-ID that was provided by the client as "Expected Sender's AS2 name".

    You can choose any name as "Expected own AS2 name". However that name must be used by the client when sending messages to you. Therefore you need to provide it to the client.

    Best Regards


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