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Multi-mapping scenario with multiple receivers

Hello all,

I have an interface using multi-mapping to generate to different files types from one source; works great.

JDBC --> XI --> (1) XML (2) CSV

I now need to have the XML file go to one receiver and the CSV file needs to go to a second receiver. I've looked at the blog:

/people/venkataramanan.parameswaran/blog/2006/03/17/illustration-of-enhanced-receiver-determination--sp16

This blog shows how to configure dynamic receiver determination based on the source data. In my case the output files are identical (as far as mapping), the only difference is the output format. Has any one seen a "How to" document or blog more in line to my scenario?

Regards,

Jose

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2006 at 02:38 AM

    Hi Jose,

    This blog should solve your problem.

    /people/jin.shin/blog/2006/02/07/multi-mapping-without-bpm--yes-it146s-possible

    Regards,

    Bhavesh

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    • Hi,

      Like mentioned by Prakash, if you are looking at different Business Systems at the recievers, then you can add multiple receivers in your Receiver Determination.

      For each of these Receivers you will need a Interface Determaintion, Interface Mapping and Receiver Agreement.

      As you are doing this with respect to files, I would suggest moving both the commuincation channels to the same Business System / Business Service and then using MultiMapping in the Interface Determination.

      Regards,

      Bhavesh

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