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SOAP to File

I am trying to implement SOAP to File scenario and i am using sync/async bridge.

I used this blog to create message interface and IP,

I am little confused with , how many mappings do i need to have in my interface.

/people/sriram.vasudevan3/blog/2005/01/11/demonstrating-use-of-synchronous-asynchronous-bridge-to-integrate-synchronous-and-asynchronous-systems-using-ccbpm-in-sap-xi

could anyone help me to telll how many mappings do i need to create in my interface?

Thanks,

Pranav

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 07:09 PM

    Hi Pranav,

    You would need 2 Message Mappings...One for the Request and the Other for the Response...

    Regards,

    Abhy Thomas

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      hey

      see the way it works it ur File structure is something like this

      <DT_File_Receiver>

      <Request>(0.1)

      <EmpId>1111</EmpId>

      <Response>(0.1)

      <EmpName>Mark</Empname>

      </Request>

      now u will use the same file in both the mapping,the request mapping will be

      SOAP to File(here u will populate only EmpId.

      and the response mapping will be

      File to SOAP(here u will map Empname to the respective filed in SOAP.

      u will have only 1 Interface mapping.

      One thing i should add is that this is not a very common scenario,Usually if SOAP has to get some response,its SOAP to RFC coz that a lot easier and more rational.

      >>4. How to connect the outbound and inbound to abstract interfaces created for messages and for BPM?

      U dont connect outbound or inbound interfaces with abstract interfaces,they both are totally different things.

      thanx

      ahmad

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