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File-IDoc Scenario

Hi all -

Please provide any step by step detailed documentation for the File-Multiple IDoc scenario.

Thanks in advance,

Sree

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2006 at 09:23 AM

    Hi Rama,

    You can do file to multiple sceanrio using differnt types of maaping. One example with XSLT mapping is given in blog below.

    Please go through the following weblog

    /people/anish.abraham2/blog/2005/12/22/file-to-multiple-idocs-xslt-mapping

    Regards

    Vijaya

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    • Hi,

      apart from the example suggested by vijaya

      you can also do the same with message mapping

      (in a transformation step between the receiver and send steps in BPM)

      it might be a little less memory consuming

      than the xslt if your file have many messages (idocs)

      but you can always compare in a little stress test

      yourself those two mappings so you'll be sure which

      one has better performance in your particular case

      Regards,

      michal

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      <a href="/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/06/28/xipi-faq-frequently-asked-questions">XI FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions</a>

  • Posted on Mar 25, 2006 at 03:18 PM

    Hi,

    If you are posting multiple Idocs of same Idoc type, I think you can avoid BPM.

    Just check this note-814393

    If your Idoc structure is very complex (deeply nested) then you will end up with doing XSLT/Java Mapping.

    /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/12/04/xi-idoc-bundling--the-trick-with-the-occurance-change

    Regards,

    Moorthy

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