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Marketplace Adapter, how to set recipient IDu00B4s for vendors

Dear SDN Community,

currently we use SAP BusinesswConnector/MarketSet Connector for Marketplace communication and have plans to migrate to SAP XI/Marketplace Adapter. I cannot find any place in the Marketplace Adapter where to put the recipient ID´s (MPID) for our vendors.

XI allows to define only one DDID per each service, but to create per each vendor a service makes no sense.

Is there a way to put the MPID or DDID dynamically during runtime into the MML header ?

Any hints ot ideas are appreciated.

Thanks and regards,

Holger Baumann

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    Posted on Mar 03, 2006 at 09:13 PM

    Hi Holger,

    You can put the receipient ID in identifiers Tab of the Party definition.

    Rgds,

    Sam Raju

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      Hi Holger,

      >>>>>>>Do I have to setup one partner or per each vendor/MPID a partner ?

      Yes.

      >>>>>>>Which values do I have to put in the fields agency, schema and name in idenfifiers tab ?

      In case of Vendor Number for R/3, you have to specify the fields as shown below.

      Agency: BS_SR5( Business System for backend R/3)

      Schema: ALE#<Partner type>#<Partner function>(For example:ALE#LI#LF>

      Name: 0001004000(Vendor Number in the Backend R/3)

      Hope this helps.

      Regards,

      Sam Raju

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    Posted on Mar 07, 2006 at 02:27 PM

    Hi Sam,

    maybe I asked the wrong question.

    My question was how can I put the DDID dynamically into the MML-header during runtime without creating a receiving service or partner per each vendor/DDID.

    Our scenario is an Idoc from SAP sent to XI, map it to xCBL and sent the xCBL along with a corresponding DDID via MPA to a marketplace.

    Thanks and regards,

    Holger

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      Yes only one URL and that is the problem !. One URL to only one Message Interface.

      What if I want to be sent different messages....seems I need multiple URLs. There must be a way to get around that because I know our Customers will not (or cannot) set up their systems to send messages to multiple URLs (nor would I really expect them too).

      If anybody has an answer to that it would be appreciated; but I will continue to examine this particular problem.

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    Posted on Mar 03, 2006 at 12:24 PM

    Anybody ?

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