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ECC to FTP Scenerio?

Aug 14, 2017 at 06:56 AM

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HI Experts,

I have a Task that ECC to FTP

There is file in ECC system I want to move this file to FTP

They will keep the file path in AL11.

No mapping is Reqired we can send as it is.

so here my question is

1. They will keep file in AL11 so here I can do FILE to FILE?

2.Here there is no mapping Required so we can skip ESR or not if I can skip how the procedure?

Here what iam thinking is

i can skip ESR and in ID directly

step 1 : create Business Component

step2 : create communication channels

if sender adapter is File and I will give path

if Receiver adpter is file transport protocol is FTP I will give receiver path.

its a dual stack so I will do sender and receiver agreements and Sender and receiver determinations

This is my opinion is it right ?

If it wont work mean can u Help me in that

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Former Member Aug 14, 2017 at 07:00 AM
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Your line of thinking is correct. You would create only the ID configuration with a sender and receiver business component with file communication channels and the related agreements, receiver and interface determination objects. Even if you have a dual-stack system, you can still configure this as an ICO so you don't have to convert it later on when you move to single stack.

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Thank u Patrick,

and I has one more doubt can u help me

- so here no need to create SLD & ESR Right?

If no need , I have a question

IN Agreements I will take Service Interface as Dummy, and can u help me how to take NAME SPACE.

IF I has to create NAME SPACE where I has to create it?

please help me Patrick in that

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The same way u define dummy interface u can define namespace too refer this Blog

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Manoj already managed to pull the magic link out of his collection. Just follow the blog - it's way easier than you might think :-)

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Thank u Patrick

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Thank u Manoj K

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