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Multimapping Vs Enhanced Receiver Determination

Hi Experts,

Ignore my Ignorance i have a few stupid questions

1)Please give any documents on multimapping scenario implementation

2)I Know enhanced Receiver determination is available from SP06 of 7.0 is it available in ICO too? from which version of PI

3)Is my understanding right that multimapping(1:n) and enhanced receiver determination both can be used to send data from one sender to multiple receivers...

4)If yes then why we need two diffferent methods any advantage or special use case of any method over the other?

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Vinay

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 02:15 PM

    Hi Vinay,

    1)Please give any documents on multimapping scenario implementation

    http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/90dcc6f4-0829-2d10-b0b2-c892473f1571?overridelayout=t…

    2)I Know enhanced Receiver determination is available from SP06 of 7.0 is it available in ICO too? from which version of PI

    AFAIK its available form SP 4 7.31

    reference -

    3)Is my understanding right that multimapping(1:n) and enhanced receiver determination both can be used to send data from one sender to multiple receivers...

    Yes

    4)If yes then why we need two diffferent methods any advantage or special use case of any method over the other?

    Mulltimapping's purpose is to send the message to one receiver with different interfaces. Technically you can send to different servers with the help of different receiver agreement but that is not the good design. Different server should be represented by different receiver system (business components).

    So if you have to send the data to different system then use enhanced receiver determination (if condition is too complex and can not achieved with standard RD)

    else if you need to send the message to same receiver system but different structure then use multimapping.

    Hope it help

    Harish

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