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Order Execution of Interf. Mappings of the Interface Determination

I have a cenario using a Interface Determination with 2 Interface mappings ( IMA and IMB for example ). When defining the sequence of IM´s no Interface Determination, I put IMA before IMB, but when the cenario is in Runtime execution, the IMB is executing before of IMA. Why this happens? Is not the sequence of Interface Mappings defined in the Interface Determination folowed at Runtime?

Note: The both Interface Mappings use the same Message Interface of outbound (ArqCarOut_MI) and differents Message Interfaces of inbound.

Thanks in advance,

Midervilson

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2006 at 04:09 PM

    Hi,

    Did you check the Check Box "Maintain Order At Runtime" in the interface determination

    Just check it.

    Regards,

    Moorthy

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    • Former Member Krishna Moorthy P

      Hi Krishna,

      The use of the multiple mappings is clear, but not in your explanation.

      In the first mapping I prepare a Shell Script automatically and write it in a network directory.

      In the second mapping I have a traditional mapping using all fields of my integration cenario.

      In my file adapter I use the rule "Run Operating System After Message Processing" and I execute this Shell on file text generated by the file adapter.

      This the reason that I need of the 2 IM´s.

      In the first IM I need to prepare the Shell Script and in the file adapter of the second, I execute it.

      I really need put a order of execution in this scenario.

      Regards,

      Midervilson

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