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Multimap failing to call at "?"!


I am working on SP16 and I would mapped file to RFC as 1:N called multimap.

I could able to test(at MM & IM) and created multi bapis using request payload from moni. But i couldn't able to call BAPI at runtime.

The BPM mapping moni showing Message_Out had 1 entry(at technical details) , but it couldn't show any message when i open that.

The graphical workflow showing every thing green.

I understand transfermation step unable to send mapping to send step!

I tried with different BPMs for multimap, but both are failing to call at same step:

1. Recstep >Trans(IM is 0:U) >Loop((container)&(send))

2. Recstep ->Trans(IM is 0:U) ->block(send)

Note: trace file not showing any error .

Does any note could helpout for me? let me know if you need screen shots of my dev..then i could send it to ur personal ids..!



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    Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 05:49 PM


    Why can you try Multimapping without BPM if you dont have any other steps other than just receiving and sending to RFC.

    In the BLOCK step did you set ParForEach.



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    • Former Member Prakash Arunachalam


      my runtime logging value 1 only..!!

      and Still i need to redisgn BPM for fil >rfc >mail..

      current my BPM for testing for file-->rfc!(i dint put the send step for mail)

      the sendstep which is inside of block is send to rfc.

      >>Were you able to confirm that RFC is called N times.

      its based on my multimap(successfully checked with MM& IM), which i have given at transformation step.

      BPM steps:



      Transfor(IM: file_abs2BAPI_ABS,Soumsg: FILE_ABS, Tarmsg:BAPI_ABS(multiline)

      Block: parForEach, multiline: BAPI_ABS(process), currentline:BAPI_ABS(block)

      Sendstep: BAPI_ABS(process)

      Let send ur mail id..ten i could send screen shots..hop it will give clear idea abt that..!!



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