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Somebody has some java mapping ( PI 7.4) template for this scenario:

Mail ( With Attachment) to Proxy?

The idea is to get the attachment from Payload and send to Proxy ( XML).


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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2016 at 01:03 PM


    O espaço é exclusivamente em Português. Caso você não fale Português, use o Google Translator ou poste diretamente no espaço Process Integration (PI) & SOA Middleware, (já que sua dúvida é mais de PI do que de NF-e).

    Quanto a sua pergunta: qual a versão do PI 7.4 você está usando? Pergunto isso pois a partir do PI 7.4 SP 9 (7.31 SP14) você pode processar os anexos do adapter Mail como se fossem Mensagens individuais.

    +info Processing Mail Attachments as PI Messages Using the PI Sender Mail Adapter (New) - What's New in SAP NetWeaver 7.4 (Rel…

    O André Canalles fez este excelente documento explicando como implementar o cenário Inbound B2B da NF-e: Inbound B2B - Cenário utilizando Java Mapping para Multi-Mapping com ccBPM / Interface Collection



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    Posted on Jan 12, 2016 at 01:09 PM

    Thread bloqueada. Favor criar uma nova em portugues.


    Eduardo Chagas

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2016 at 06:09 PM

    Hi Marcelo,

    What is format of the attachment in the mail if it is xml then all you need is to use swap bean in sender channel and send the xml to proxy no need of java mapping.

    If file format is txt/ csv(not more then 2 level) then you can use MTB in sender channel and convert it into xml , if its excel then you need to go for java-mapping.



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