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SAP Netwaever 7.31 SP16 - dynamic configuration

Hi,

I use SAP Netweaver Process Integration 7.31 SP16 Java Only. My Problem is the dynamic configuration.

I know, this example isn't practicable for the dynamic routing. It is only an example to show the problems in combination with dynamic routing, varibles and adapter specific message properties.

I want to define Header Properties with variables in a routing mapping, but the system doesn't transefer the values to the Header Properties.

What do I do step by step:

- Message Mapping defined. I set the dynamic Attributes Directory and FileName

- Operation Mapping defined

- Process Integration Szenario defined

- Integration flow with dynamcic routing defined. I integrate the operation mapping for the dynamic receiver determination.

- Receiver Channel with File Access Parameters and Adapter spezific Message Properties defined

The test is faulty. Here the Message-Log

What is the Problem? Is it generally possible to use the Adapter specific message attributes by a Receiver-split(Dynmaic Routing)? Can anybody help me.

Thanks,

Angelika

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  • Posted on Nov 04, 2015 at 10:22 PM

    Hello Angelika,

    Uncheck the File Name and Directory options under ASMA since you have defined them as variable.

    Regards,

    Simran

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