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Two Sender System and two Recievers Systems

Hi .

1) In my scenario I have 2 sender JMS systems and one JDBC receiver and one File receiver system in a single scenario.

2) Based on a key field SEND_FLAG in the JMS message of the sender,data will be forwarded to either JDBC or File .

Hear i can use BPM by using 2 receiver steps i can collect messages and send to either JDBC or File .

Client is very Specific in Neglecting BPM,

Can any one tell me is their any other method in which a single sender communication channel will be designed to fetch data from the two JMS servers.

thanks in advance

shakif

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    Jun 25, 2007 at 03:57 PM

    Hi,

    Instead of BPM u can give condition in interface determination..ie if in this field speicif value come the data go to File otherwise to JDBC

    Regards

    Hemant

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  • Jun 25, 2007 at 04:33 PM

    Hi,

    Without BPM you can not receive 2 messages to a same interface.

    Hence use the BPM and proceed further. The interface detemination condition works based on Sender Message Interface. As here there are 2 sender interfaces..so you use BPM here..

    Rgds

    Moorthy

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    Jun 25, 2007 at 04:35 PM

    Hey

    you can't have multiple sender systems in a single scenario without BPM,you can split up ur scenario and use one sender system for each of them.

    you can have N number of receivers in a single scenario without BPM(does not holds for IDOC or HTTP),but u can't have more than one sender without BPM

    thanx

    Ahmad

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