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HTTP -> RFC -> Mail - Mapping


I want to set up an HTTP -> RFC -> Mail Scenario.

HTTP from external party to XI (async).

XI calls the RFC (sync)

The RFC-response I want to sent via the Mail-Adapter (sync).

So I have one Oubound Interface (HTTP)

I have an Inbound Interface (RFC)

And I guess I need another Inbound Interface for the Mail Adapter.

Now I have a problem with mapping. How should I map the response of the RFC to the Mal-Interface. In the Interface-Mapping Editor I only have the option to map the RFC-Request to the Mail-Interface.

I hope it is clear.

In other posts it said that such a szenario is possible. I just need to know how to do the mapping.



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  • Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 08:15 AM

    Any help on this topic.


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    Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 08:21 AM

    Hi Elko

    Hi Pl refer These link for ur Scenario

    <b>HTTP -> RFC</b>




    Unable to view payload in HTTP to RFC Scenario


    /message/266750#266750 [original link is broken]

    <b>Mail Scenario</b>

    Check this blog-




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    • Message mapping is no problem. Here I have mapped the RFC.response to the Mail Message.

      My Problem is the interface mapping. I am not able to choose the RFC.Response as source message in the interface mapping editor. There is no F4 help for the source message in the editor.

      At the top of the screen you enter source and target interface. In my case source: RFC and target Mail-Interface. Then you hit the button "Read Interfaces". Then it shows the source message and the target message and you have to enter the mapping program. For sync scenario you have this screen for request and response; for async scenario you only have it for request.

      So you see there is no way to choose the source message.

      How did you do it ?????